It might still be a couple of months away, but it’s still something for us to look forward to.
Think of it like Christmas Day, but in October, and instead of watching classic comedies on TV, you get to watch Blues play at St Andrew’s again, which can sometimes be described… well you see where I’m going with this.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed today that fans could be allowed back into stadiums by as early as October. It certainly is a major step forward considering that some estimates were that fans weren’t going to be allowed in until 2021, but it is highly likely that stadiums will be back with a limited capacity to start with, with things gradually getting back to normal.
Will next season start with...
Fans staying away
Fans in grounds
When the news came across the wires about the update, fans were on a jovial mood about it all, pretty much implying that given way things have been going recently, they aren’t in any rush to get back to ‘normal’.
Honestly haven’t been as bothered as I thought about not going up until Wednesday. Then after that I’m still in no rush to go back 😂
— Michael Jabbari (@mike1983jabbari) July 17, 2020
Half of our lot dont bother turning up so we will be fine.
— Woody (@bluenose199011) July 17, 2020
Yea, really missed my life draining away in the #fastpay queue.
— Mr T – Misanthropissed (@paulturner66) July 17, 2020
We aren’t craving it at all tbh
— dale (@zdpj_) July 17, 2020
Be Blues Villa in September then
— Bluenose Bear🐻💙 (@UpTheBlues1875) July 17, 2020
We've been socially distancing at Blues for years, so I don't see an issue.
— Tilley (@Tillz75) July 17, 2020
What about you? What do you make of this news?