Hungary first to let crowds back in


Hungary first to let crowds back in

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Just saw a banner on some news saying Hungary will be the first to let crowds back to games .
Makes perfect sense to me if done this way .
Would be easy at Suncorp Stadium .

https://edition.cnn.com/2020/05/31/football/hungary-football-fans-return-spt-intl/index.html

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miron mercedes - 1 Jun 2020 9:20 PM
Just saw a banner on some news saying Hungary will be the first to let crowds back to games .
Makes perfect sense to me if done this way .
Would be easy at Suncorp Stadium .

https://edition.cnn.com/2020/05/31/football/hungary-football-fans-return-spt-intl/index.html

Just before complete lockdown we went to the last Sydney FC game at Kogarah.  Crowd was about 4 thousand ish because alot of people were spooked away already. 

Had virtually a whole row to ourselves & people were scattered away from each other anyway so we felt safe. 

I don't see why a crowd of 5,000 in a huge stadium would be a problem. 

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Anyone heard of FC Seoul using sex dolls to place empty seats? Isn't it just the best way to improve the atmoshpere lol...I think we don't have to be so quick about going back to stadiums. We can still watch football at home and public health is the most important matter in this case. I've been to Europe last year to look for a property for sale in Budapest Hungary and I think those people can manage the situation very well, however it's still better to stay at home as long as this darn sickness is still somewhere outside.
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