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Just out of interest do you have to take the test with you on the day or do they trust you not to turn up if you're positive?
Its a LfT - couldn't take it with you as they are not that simple to do out of the home. Although the test has arrived the emailed questionaire has not, so I don't know what to do with it is the answer! We have to do school tests on a Thursday so will be doing them today anyway.
 

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Its a LfT - couldn't take it with you as they are not that simple to do out of the home. Although the test has arrived the emailed questionaire has not, so I don't know what to do with it is the answer! We have to do school tests on a Thursday so will be doing them today anyway.
Sorry, I meant do the test at home and then take it as "evidence" to the game.

Reading the OS though suggests it isn't mandatory so I guess they trust folk to be honest, I guess you do it a day or so before the match.
 

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The tests are not compulsory but they would like us to complete them within 48 hours of the game. When you have completed the test you go online to register your result and the NHS then sends you an SMS and email confirming your result so you have it available if asked on Sunday. I've done one today and will do another on Saturday
 

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Got my pack of LFT today, but had already picked up a pack at the local chemists so have them all over the house now.

Not received the health form yet
 

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Just had the health declaration through - just the usual statements re: Covid and just have to click 'I confirm' and that's it
 

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The restrictions at the ground are quite tough - no kiosks open.
 

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The restrictions at the ground are quite tough - no kiosks open.
I wouldn’t class not being able to have a balti pie or bovril for 90 mins as tough. I think I’ll cope. Watching the action on the pitch will be tougher.
 

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I wouldn’t class not being able to have a balti pie or bovril for 90 mins as tough. I think I’ll cope. Watching the action on the pitch will be tougher.
You won't have 2 kids in tow
 

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It's maverick stuff but make some sandwiches before you go?

I never ever eat in the ground (why would I), before all this shite hit Kenny and I got into a pre-match Bovril as the pub was getting ridiculous in the hour before kick off.
 

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You won't have 2 kids in tow
Presume the vans outide will be back in action, so manky burger and coke all round

The football ground near my house has started to host games again. Currently hosting the Shropshire Senior Cup Semi and Final and they have their food and drink outlets open.
 

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It's maverick stuff but make some sandwiches before you go?

I never ever eat in the ground (why would I), before all this shite hit Kenny and I got into a pre-match Bovril as the pub was getting ridiculous in the hour before kick off.
Only allowing a smaller than A4 bag in too 🙄

I’ll load them up before match I think!
 

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I love a pre match burger from one of the vans. Just adds to the experience.
 

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The first half in the toilet?
 

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When we beat Forest 5-1 under Mick, Kenny bought an iffy burger from one of the vans on the way towards the South Bank and somehow managed to (wind-assisted) squirt sauce all over his top, which I found as hilarious as you can imagine.

He rejected my suggestion that he should do that every game from now on.
 

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I've experienced worse burger vans than the ones outside Molineux
 

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I like the one outside the Billy Wright turnstiles personally.
 

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Same, that’s pretty good as far as burger vans go.
 

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I've experienced worse burger vans than the ones outside Molineux
I did a boatload of always in one of the Championship seasons under Mick. Think I missed about four games total. Bought a burger at every away, including in the Chesterfield monsoon. By far the worst was Sheffield Wednesday. Good pub that day, but the burger was indescribable in its awfulness and spent most of the first half pushing for a quick exit.
 
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