Europa League Final

CityFox

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Has this been considered/mentioned?...

The Europa League Final is 26 May. Currently due to be played in Gdansk.
There's a fair chance the final might be contested by two UK teams (I'm not suggesting it'll be us for fear of kyboshing our chances).
Surely then it would be sensible to move the final to a UK venue, given travel abroad will still not be permitted or, at best, be subject to restrictions.

I guess the only thing preventing this is that the second leg of the semis isn't until 6 May, and so the finalists won't be known until that date, meaning it's too late to change plans?

(Unless it's four UK teams in the semis of course in which case 15 April would be the date it could be looked at).

Just a thought.
 
From 17th May, no more than 10,000 will be allowed into a sports stadium. Assuming this will still be the case, would they consider it worth changing the location for the sake of a 10k crowd? I don't think they would take the risk, seeing the amount of people not following the rules who would probably turn up to the ground.
 

oxonfox

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Don't count your chickens, soon as schools go back covid rates will be up and we will be in lock down, until everyone has had at least one vaccine and that includes kids there will be nothing to look forward to, certainly not foreign holidays.
 

oxonfox

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This virus was created in wuhan but the Chinese have shot themselves in the foot cause people not going to Argos to buy their cheap products.
 

AlgarFox

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This virus was created in wuhan but the Chinese have shot themselves in the foot cause people not going to Argos to buy their cheap products.

That applies to Amazon as well, it seems half the sales seem to come with "Made in China" written on them. Since Brexit, expats in Europe cannot buy online due to all the red tape. Amazon.co.uk are not happy. Fvck em.
 

SardiniaFox

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That applies to Amazon as well, it seems half the sales seem to come with "Made in China" written on them. Since Brexit, expats in Europe cannot buy online due to all the red tape. Amazon.co.uk are not happy. Fvck em.
Oh we can. We just pay a lot more and wait a lot longer.
 

AlgarFox

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SF, I have a couple of orders stuck in a warehouse in the UK. I cannot get the appropriate VAT documentation to allow clearance. My shipper has advised me to send the orders back to Amazon or to a UK address. I now order through Amaxon.es with no paperwork.
 
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