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Teams that are able to start training not getting to do this in the lower leagues? If you’re able to get your team back training then surely it’s got nothing to do with what effing league your in? 😡😡😡

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Teams that are able to start training not getting to do this in the lower leagues? If you’re able to get your team back training then surely it’s got nothing to do with what effing league your in? 😡😡😡

Unfortunately, it does.  The further down the leagues you go, the less likely players are going to receive [full] wages for just training during 'off season.'  If fans aren't allowed to attend games, there's a critical lack of income and thus less likelihood of games taking place.  If there are no games scheduled for the next six months, there's no point in training.  The Premiership is different because it's more likely to proceeded in August with TV money but no fans.          

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38 minutes ago, Deeboy08 said:

Teams that are able to start training not getting to do this in the lower leagues? If you’re able to get your team back training then surely it’s got nothing to do with what effing league your in? 😡😡😡

Full Time players are being asked to train then effectively self isolate. 

Part Time players with other jobs as their main money maker simply can't do that and therefor increases the risk of passing infection on. 

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18 minutes ago, kemback1997 said:

Unfortunately, it does.  The further down the leagues you go, the less likely players are going to receive [full] wages for just training during 'off season.'  If fans aren't allowed to attend games, there's a critical lack of income and thus less likelihood of games taking place.  If there are no games scheduled for the next six months, there's no point in training.  The Premiership is different because it's more likely to proceeded in August with TV money but no fans.          

I get your point but that's a bit of a 'one size fits all' approach. While some clubs might not fancy heading into a season of football, others will so let them train for it. That will require clubs to make their call on what they intend to do right enough. Even if there are 10 lower league clubs (or 8 at a push) then let them play, anything else could leave the SPFL open to legal action I would guess. If it means Kelty Hearts are in some barstardised second tier for a year then so be it, you don't even need to call it the Championship, call it SPL2 or Second League or whatever, it would be harsh to not let clubs who are willing to carry on.

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