Chelsea prepared to welcome fans back to the stadium.
Chelsea prepared to welcome fans back to the stadium. Following the Prime Minister's press release informing the public about the plans for entertaining football fans back to the stadium after the end of lockdown by December, 2. The news went well to the Blues camp as they start preparing for the return of fans following the new plans put in place by the Prime Minister. The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, added that only areas with a high level of coronavirus have to be constrained. Boris further
See New Date Chelsea Fans May Likely Return At Stamford Bridge To Watch The Blues.
Since the outbreak of the global pandemic,they was global lockdown that restricted flights,football matches,offices and all works of life,this was observe inorder to avoid the spread Covid 19. All leagues in the World were shut down inorder to maintain social distances as one of the measure to tackle the spread of disease. The Premier league was shut down,the resumption of matches in the Premier league was very stressfull as many matches were played mid week and weekends. The resumption of league after the Covid
See Man United's Statement on the UK government's decision to get fans back to the stadiums
The club insists that they're prepared to take fans back to Old Trafford when they're permitted to. United plan on working with the necessary authorities to ensure fans can return to the Theater of Dreams soon. In an official statement not long after Boris Johnson pronounced that fans can return back to arenas from December 2, Man United stated: "We welcome today's announcement from the Government and we emphasize that we are prepared to welcome fans back to Old Trafford, when it is safe to do as so. "We
Boris Johnson reply to Mnoti (aged 8) who wrote a letter to him.
Christmas (or Feast of the Nativity) is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world Christmas is a day of sharing and receiving gifts from loved once. It is a unique time and season that everybody both old and young always expect to celebrate and exchange gifts. Boris Johnson, was surprised and excited to receive a letter from Monti, an 8-years-old child asking if Father Christmas
Jubilation As Premier’s League Fans Will Be Permitted In The Stadium By Dec 2
Football has not been so interesting since the lifting of the lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic that hit the world early this year. Football is just another segments of the global community that was seriously affected by the menace of the deadly disease that has left many dead at its wake. Football activities all over the world was halted and the world witnessed months of no football activities; this has rarely happened before. Smile came to the cheeks of football lovers months ago (around August) when
Mood Hoovers’ Attack Boris Johnson After He Tells Boy Santa Has Not Cancelled Christmas
The British economy is expected to shrink by 11.3 percent this year and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to claim lives in the UK. So bleak is the picture that an eight-year-old boy wrote to Boris Johnson and asked him if Christmas was cancelled this year. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised Britain’s children: "Father Christmas will be packing his sleigh and delivering presents this Christmas. I have put in a call to the North Pole." Johnson tweeted that he had received a lot of letters at 10 Downing
Premier League matches again with the public from 2 December
Coronavirus rules in England will be relaxed as of December 2, which is good news for the Premier League and the lower tiers as well. Various media report that supporters may again be present at the matches from next week. As is the case in the Netherlands, the matches in England (where there is a lockdown of krcht) are currently being played behind closed doors. But that will come to an end, reports the BBC, among others. Later this Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson would announce that from December 2, limited
New Government rules on how fans will return to stadium 2 December
Football fans will be allowed in some grounds next month when lockdown is over after the Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlined a plan for sporting events to resume after December 2 The Premier League is set to install a strict set of rules upon the return of fans next month, including banning drinking alcohol and keeping food kiosks within grounds closed. It follows the Prime Minister's announcement that fans will be allowed into sporting events when the lockdown is over. Up to 4,000 fans will be allowed into
Good News For Football Lovers As They Will Have Grant To Attend Events In Stadiums -Check Out Details
Good News For Football Lovers As They Will Have Grant To Attend Events In Stadium - Check Out Details Since the outbreak of corona virus pandemic we all know that many things have been shut down all over the nation and this affect football fans as well as they are no more allowed to attend the events in Stadium. The British prime minister Boris Johnson said that supporters will be permitted to attends event in Stadiums in England when the national lockdown ends on December 2 According to statement Outdoors
Fans will be allowed to the stadium in premier league but under one condition
Great news as football fans are set to return to the stadium to cheer their teams for the first time since March. Speaking to the House of Commons this afternoon, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed his plans for the festive period as part of a 'Covid Winter Plan' from December 2. This new change comes under the condition that only 4,000 fans or 50% of the stadium capacity depending on the one that is lower, will be allowed in the stadium. Only two Premier League clubs - Brighton and Southampton, which