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11 hours ago, Hullfan said:

Glad I never went to Carlos tuimavave's party after the game now. Them sheesha pipes been past around will have been covid heavy let me tell thee!!! 

 

That is a very strong accusation for you to make on a website where the comments can be accessed with a simple google search.  

 

 

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14 hours ago, Les Tonks Sidestep said:

 

Of course she didn't, she'll be well aware of the rules. No one who's tested positive after the Aberdeen incident  has been named as doing so in the UK media. The players who visited a bar might have been named after issuing an apology but all we know from the media is that 2 players have since tested positive. 

A further aspect of Pearson's comments is that an infant is involved, so as well as breaking medical confidentiality could easily open a new can of worms with child protection rules.

  Even i had the common sense not to name any of the Aberdeen players.Thats probably a first for me common sense.

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I'm not sure if this is just Leeds or its every team but Leeds are training in 3 groups of 8 to minimize cross contamination. Hopefully in the Hull case its been just one of these groups that has been affected. 

Long term I hope this is a bit of a wakeup call to players/clubs and mean they all become even more cautious.

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1 hour ago, Tommygilf said:

I'm not sure if this is just Leeds or its every team but Leeds are training in 3 groups of 8 to minimize cross contamination. Hopefully in the Hull case its been just one of these groups that has been affected. 

Long term I hope this is a bit of a wakeup call to players/clubs and mean they all become even more cautious.

Whats the point if they still let players "socialise" out and about... and if one contaminate the other 7 in group of 8 they wouldn't be able to play the game anyway.

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8 minutes ago, redjonn said:

Whats the point if they still let players "socialise" out and about... and if one contaminate the other 7 in group of 8 they wouldn't be able to play the game anyway.

Like I said I don't know if thats a Leeds specific policy or is league wide. Simon Woodford has apparently called for stricter guidance and rules. Relying on common sense isn't realistic.

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3 hours ago, redjonn said:

Whats the point if they still let players "socialise" out and about... and if one contaminate the other 7 in group of 8 they wouldn't be able to play the game anyway.

This is the issue for me.  There’s too much left to trust.  

Imho the NRL set the standard and we should’ve been sensible enough to follow it.  They’ve still had their problems but I think we’ve been too niaive. 

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6 hours ago, Lowdesert said:

That is a very strong accusation for you to make on a website where the comments can be accessed with a simple google search.  

 

 

Don't be jealous 

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8 hours ago, Wellsy4HullFC said:

I doubt you're ever invited to parties, to be fair.

To be fair I live behind Carlos. So what you know and where I get invited to isn't none of your concern my little friend. Sheeshas was blazing 

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hull fc players stats double as squad prove they can actually catch something for a change 

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the grass may be greener on the other side of the fence but the crows are just as black

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2 hours ago, Hullfan said:

To be fair I live behind Carlos. So what you know and where I get invited to isn't none of your concern my little friend. Sheeshas was blazing 

How can you live behind Carlos' place when I live there? 

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21 hours ago, Hullfan said:

Glad I never went to Carlos tuimavave's party after the game now. Them sheesha pipes been past around will have been covid heavy let me tell thee!!! 

My word, you never give up do you?

Whoever you think you're gonna impress on here, it ain't gonna happen.


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4 hours ago, Hullfan said:

To be fair I live behind Carlos. So what you know and where I get invited to isn't none of your concern my little friend. Sheeshas was blazing 

Just take the burn.


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If that is true, IF, then it's a truly appaling state of affairs.  Every act has consequences and in this case, the player should have to cover the financial losses that others have incurred because of his irresponsible actions. I say again IF it's true. 


Four legs good - two legs bad

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1 hour ago, JohnM said:

If that is true, IF, then it's a truly appaling state of affairs.  Every act has consequences and in this case, the player should have to cover the financial losses that others have incurred because of his irresponsible actions. I say again IF it's true. 

I don't think we need to go that far, but I'd certainly be looking at disciplinary procedures for this kind of thing. 

But this does then bring us back to the fact that Pearson seems to have released info which implicates a player, and could make people pretty angry. That ain't good. 

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20 minutes ago, Dave T said:

I don't think we need to go that far, but I'd certainly be looking at disciplinary procedures for this kind of thing. 

But this does then bring us back to the fact that Pearson seems to have released info which implicates a player, and could make people pretty angry. That ain't good. 

It’s not up to you,to saying what is what. The guidance was and is quite clear. 
The club have taken on beating a pandemic and tried to continue as normal.

Will never happen, with what’s in place.

2600 tests in SL not one a positive.

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Agree, Dave. I'm just in a shouty frame of mind at the outbreaks of idiocy brought on by the virus.😓

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On 13/08/2020 at 21:16, Old Frightful said:

My word, you never give up do you?

Whoever you think you're gonna impress on here, it ain't gonna happen.

It's nonsense. Surely the more likely cause is that the home Gareth Ellis lives in uses agency staff.

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Surely each of our SL Clubs have been required to submit a Risk Assessment. Surely part of the Assessment would focus upon how the club would manage player interaction both inside & outside the recognised bubble. Surely the Assessment would identify player responsibility on what not to do. Surely this would include avoiding pubs, parties and the player advising close family members to not go mad all around town. Surely it would flag up a direct responsibility to inform the club immediately if they had any covid symptoms or needed to attend a medical facility/hospital... instead of just rocking up in the club car park?

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3 minutes ago, Hela Wigmen said:

Three more players tested positive and one backroom staff member positive, too. 

Best wishes to them. 

If these are all shown to have followed the processes, we have a problem and that needs fixing quickly. 

If these haven't been following the processes, then stern words and maybe more needs to happen. 

All unnecessary contact should be taken out of the sport. I cringe every time I watch sport and they shake hands or hug or whatever - that part is unnecessary and additional contact for literally no reason. To my untrained eye it really doesn't look like the docs and physios are protecting themselves and others too well either. 

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