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04 Mar 2020 13:17:30
Rashford like kane could be back before the end of the season, maybe even by April. Let's hope the club don't rush him in order to boost our top 4 hopes and end up doing him long term damage.

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04 Mar 2020 13:40:02
Being selfish, I would prefer for him not to be back this season. If he makes it back he does for 2-3 games at most. But that would mean he would go to the Euro's. I would prefer for Rashford to have the summer off, fully recover and be ready for next season which will be a big one for us. Rather than him rush back, not be quite fit, get injured again and mess up his pre-season.

04 Mar 2020 14:18:22
the rags stating the euros could be canceld due to this virus don't no if true or not.

04 Mar 2020 15:05:51
I suppose they have to plan and have contingencies in place for the summer, but its a long way away until the euros. Who knows where we will be with the coronavirus by that stage.

04 Mar 2020 16:12:02
I flew out of Dublin on early flight this morn to Poland.
Airport was half empty.
About 30% of passengers were wearing surgical masks which of course are useless unless your have the virus.
I can see both the euros and olympics being postponed if numbers of new cases spiral.

04 Mar 2020 16:36:05
There will be lots of talk about them being cancelled. In hindsight the idea to host them across all of Europe seems even more stupid with the outbreak of Covid-19. With teams and probably close to 1 million fans moving all over Europe during a three week period must be a nightmare for trying to contain the virus.

That said, I can't see them cancelling an international tournament for the first time since the war for a virus. The money it would cost would be astronomical. It could literally bankrupt UEFA. The amount of lawsuits over lost revenue, reimbursement of costs incurred, in lost advertisement, loss of TV revenue, etc etc. It would run into billions.

For that reason alone I don't see them cancelling it. The worst I can see them doing is playing all the games behind closed doors.

For now its just the rags and their usual hyperbole.

04 Mar 2020 16:54:46
Its actually not shappy and their would be no law suits you got to brush up on your legal knowledge. ( look up force majeure) It would come nowhere close to bankrupting uefa in any case.
Rags hyberbole.

04 Mar 2020 18:13:40
I've taken the week off for Cheltenham. Last time I did that, feckin BSE cancelled it.

04 Mar 2020 18:32:49

04 Mar 2020 20:57:46
I'm not sure UEFA will get much of a say about it. If Governments across Europe say its not happening then that will be the end of it.

04 Mar 2020 21:33:33
Correct manc man.

04 Mar 2020 22:24:45
Would Eufa not have insurance to cover possible cancellations.

04 Mar 2020 22:41:44
Possibly but will have force majeure clause on all contracts its standard practise. Its no drama for uefa if postponed unlike some will have you believe.
Don't believe everything you read on here as people post without having the slightest clue about contracts and just get carried away with their imagination😂.

05 Mar 2020 13:10:29
Ken the voice of reason.



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