Thursday, 22 September 2022
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Because of the energy crisis rumors are circulating that some teams are wanting early kick-offs to cut down on their usage, especially Leagues 1 and 2 and lower down the pyramid.
Suggestions have been made for games to kick off as early as 1pm.
1 week ago
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#316589
How many people could attend a 1pm midweek fixture,doesn't make financial sense to me.
How many people could attend a 1pm midweek fixture,doesn't make financial sense to me.


Guessing this will only apply to weekend games in the winter months where floodlights are needed for the second half - no way it’s viable for midweek kickoffs as it would drastically reduce attendances, negating any savings.
1 week ago
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#316591
What happens on those damp, grey days where daylight seems non-existent?
What happens on those damp, grey days where daylight seems non-existent?


I’d imagine the lights may still be used if needed - all conjecture on my part, admittedly
1 week ago
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#316605
The scousers will just turn up with their candles and it will be like the surface of the sun in there :D :D
1 week ago
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#316618
What happens on those damp, grey days where daylight seems non-existent?


It will be up to the referee, they make the decision on the floodlights as to whether or not they are needed , and it all comes down to safety.
6 days ago
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#317098
Research by Dale Vince found it costs £100 per game for floodlights :D :D :D
6 days ago
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#317100
Could our injured players be used to power the floodlights using exercise bikes during games, which will also aid their recovery?
Win win, surely?
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