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kowenicki

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  1. Underwhelmed. Never really liked him as a player though he obviously had a great spell at Leeds. The way he hid in that Liverpool win in Istanbul was incredible. He gets the same chance as everyone else though. Which means that the Oldham fans will give him until half time in his first match to impress.
  2. We shall never know. Ah well. (you actually bookmarked this and came back after an effectively voided season to post a response. Wow. 😂😂😂)
  3. Pitch work looks thorough. Let’s hope we see players on it soon.
  4. Purchase completed 4th June 2020 Admin 1st July 2020 Fit and Proper.
  5. Option 1. Anything else is just cheap. 😉
  6. It was the repayment of a debenture created in 2015, according to Maguire.
  7. A message from Oldham Athletic 1 Hour ago An update from the club regarding the response and impact of the coronavirus pandemic as well as the suspension of football. First and foremost we hope all Latics supporters are safe and well in these troubling and uncertain times and would like to thank you for your support during this very challenging period. As football is in lockdown for the foreseeable future and no further changes due in the short-term, the club has taken the decision to use the government’s support system and in turn furlough a large majority of Oldham Athletic staff as a result of income streams being severely impacted. With Boundary Park also being closed to prevent the spread of the virus which is the priority at the moment, it has meant the workforce have been unable to carry out their usual duties and this decision will safeguard the future of the football club whilst also retaining our hardworking and committed workforce. The decision in essence puts the club into ‘hibernation’ like many others have done and once football resumes the club will be able to function again, whilst also offering all staff the support and guidance that is available at this moment in time. This also means there will be no further updates from the club via the website and social media until staff return. In the meantime, continue to be safe, follow the guidelines to help the NHS and stay at home where possible. Finally, for clarity, the Early Bird deadline for season tickets has now been extended to Monday 1 June 2020 with renewals and purchases still available online for those that want to do so. We understand though that more information is needed from the authorities including the FA and EFL on when and how football will return once it is safe. However, if your query is urgent and you need to contact the club, you can through the Managing Director on Natalie.Atkinson@oldhamathletic.co.uk Keep the faith!
  8. It said between 210 and 330 peak likely. Although 260 is still the peak to be fair, as yesterdays numbers went down. but like I said, yes I think it will be wrong very soon probably.
  9. Wasn’t this shown to be fake. Also, I think we, and other countries are reporting deaths where people died WITH the disease rather than OF the disease. Germany only reporting cases where the cause of death is Covid.
  10. Hope this guy is right! But some of those numbers elsewhere are horrific.
  11. List of high consequence infectious diseases A list of HCIDs has been agreed by a joint Public Health England (PHE) and NHS England HCIDProgramme: Contact HCID Airborne HCID Argentine haemorrhagic fever (Junin virus) Andes virus infection (hantavirus) Bolivian haemorrhagic fever (Machupo virus) Avian influenza A H7N9 and H5N1 Crimean Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) Avian influenza A H5N6 and H7N7 Ebola virus disease (EVD) Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) Lassa fever Monkeypox Lujo virus disease Nipah virus infection Marburg virus disease (MVD) Pneumonic plague (Yersinia pestis) Severe fever with thrombocytopaenia syndrome (SFTS) Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)* *No cases reported since 2004, but SARSremains a notifiable disease under the International Health Regulations (2005), hence its inclusion here
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