10 EFL clubs to allow 1000 fans in at the weekend

rangeral

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Luton Town pulled out

Championship

Middlesbrough v AFC Bournemouth
Norwich City v Preston North End

League One

Blackpool v Swindon Town
Charlton Athletic v Doncaster Rovers
Hull City v Crewe Alexandra
Shrewsbury Town v Northampton Town

League Two

Carlisle United v Southend United (13:00 BST)
Forest Green Rovers v Bradford City
Morecambe v Cambridge United
 

WinkieWATP

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Luton Town pulled out

Championship

Middlesbrough v AFC Bournemouth
Norwich City v Preston North End

League One

Blackpool v Swindon Town
Charlton Athletic v Doncaster Rovers
Hull City v Crewe Alexandra
Shrewsbury Town v Northampton Town

League Two

Carlisle United v Southend United (13:00 BST)
Forest Green Rovers v Bradford City
Morecambe v Cambridge United
Heard Luton weren’t prepared for it. What the %^*& have they been doing since March?:oops:
 

rangeral

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Heard Luton weren’t prepared for it. What the %^*& have they been doing since March?:oops:
There is the Luton statement

Luton Town Football Club would like to clarify the situation with regards to the ‘return of fans’ pilot programme starting this weekend.

On Tuesday at around midday, having received an email from the EFL asking for clubs to volunteer to take part, we put ourselves forward. We responded within the hour because, like many clubs, we are desperate to have our supporters back inside Kenilworth Road.

To stage a game with supporters here would take a lot of preparation time, and unfortunately, despite asking again from very early this morning, we had heard nothing from the League until a few minutes before they issued their statement stating that we were one of the clubs taking part.

Sadly, this does not give us enough time to get ready so we are unable to host spectators here for the Derby match.

We understand that the EFL are beholden to DCMS, but to request clubs to offer and then not back up quickly, knowing there is such little time to prepare, is very disappointing and we are sorry to disappoint supporters who may have raised hopes of attending Saturday’s match.

We remain committed to working with the EFL, DCMS, SGSA and local authority to getting our wonderful supporters back inside the Kenny as soon as is safely possible.
 

L&D RSC

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I know these sort of amounts need to be used as test cases, but whilst no shouting or singing is allowed, it is going to feel as empty as ever for the players.

Roll on full attendances, whenever that might be.
 
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