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Originally posted by Slow & Blind Slow & Blind wrote:

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That FIRSTNAME f**k up is right out of 'Marketing For Dumimies'. Shocking mistake!
It's a basic mail merge for a comms team but god knows what size teams  or departments the fai have left working for it. 

Probably cut a lot of ops people and asking creative teams to do this work. I think the marketing team punches above its weight in terms of social media and creative (especially video) but they can’t do everything I suppose 
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Maybe greenforever got a gig in the fai sending out mails :) 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ConorMac77 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Sep 2020 at 7:00pm
And there I was gonna ask on here for an email address to report my ST lost (I had lost my wallet a few days ago and I had the card in it) but it looks like it doesn't matter now, nobody else is going to get the use of it anyway. LOL

Not surprised I'm not the only one who got that greeting btw. Ffs, the FAI truly are the gift that keeps on giving. ClapLOL
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Daragho Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Sep 2020 at 9:59am
Originally posted by Reillers88 Reillers88 wrote:

It's not really 20%off though? It's refunding the money for a game that won't take place and they're pushing to have the refund used to buy next year's season ticket. 

Exactly. They owed us one more match on last season's ticket so credit for that is being applied to next season's purchase.

Although you have to ask - what Season Ticket for 2020/21? There won't be any spectators in the Aviva for months yet I'd say. 
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Not sure if this is the best place to post this. Mods feel free to move.

FAI statement 

The FAI welcomes today’s announcement by UEFA allowing the return of fans, up to a maximum 30% of capacity, to all international and club games under UEFA’s jurisdiction. The ruling will begin with next week’s national team fixtures, and the FAI will now discuss today's developments with the Irish Government.

This UEFA decision could help facilitate the return of Ireland fans in significant numbers for upcoming home fixtures involving the senior men, senior women and Under-21 men’s teams. It could also allow for Dundalk fans to attend their home games in the group stages of the UEFA Europa League following tonight’s win over KI Klaksvik at the Aviva Stadium.

Under the UEFA ruling however, no visiting fans will be permitted to attend International or club fixtures, including next week’s UEFA EURO 2020 Play-Off Semi-Final away to Slovakia.

As of now, the ruling will also be superseded by Slovakian government guidelines forbidding spectators to attend the Play-Off Semi-Final in Bratislava.

Current COVID-19 guidelines will not allow any fans to attend the upcoming UEFA Nations League clash with Wales, at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday, October 11th, but this will be monitored on an ongoing basis in collaboration with the Government and Health Authorities.

The Finnish FA have informed the FAI that they expect to have home supporters present for the UEFA Nations League clash with Ireland in Helsinki on Wednesday, October 14th.

Interim FAI CEO Gary Owens told said: “The FAI welcomes today’s announcement and looks forward to welcoming Ireland fans back to UEFA fixtures in the very near future.

“This is a major step forward for football and a timely boost for the Association. We are currently working with our colleagues in the IRFU and the GAA on a joint proposal to Government to facilitate the return of fans to all our games.

“This news tonight is another step in the right direction and we will look forward to outlining it to Government and examining what it means for Irish football. 

“Any decision to allow fans back to UEFA fixtures featuring Irish international and club teams will of course be taken in conjunction with all Government agencies and with the safety of those supporters our prime concern.”

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If we move to Level 5 restrictions I presume that means we must forfeit our game on Sunday and give Wales a walkover? (no sport of any kind allowed under Level 5, including elite sport)
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TBH I can't see us going to Level 5 from what I've read NPHET has been saying we should be in Level 5 for weeks, but the government is resistant to do it as they fear public backlash.

It appears the latest leak of Level 5 is very similar to an agent sprouting a players interest from one club to entice another club to bid
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Originally posted by Daragho Daragho wrote:

If we move to Level 5 restrictions I presume that means we must forfeit our game on Sunday and give Wales a walkover? (no sport of any kind allowed under Level 5, including elite sport)

You'd imagine an exception would be made. If not it more than likely moves to a natural venue. Somewhere in the UK would be my guess 
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Originally posted by wanderer wanderer wrote:

Originally posted by Daragho Daragho wrote:

If we move to Level 5 restrictions I presume that means we must forfeit our game on Sunday and give Wales a walkover? (no sport of any kind allowed under Level 5, including elite sport)

You'd imagine an exception would be made. If not it more than likely moves to a natural venue. Somewhere in the UK would be my guess 


What about an unnatural venue?
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I understand that this may not be possible to answer yet but will they re-open season ticket sales for next season?
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Moved your post to here and the thread you started before. 

You answered your own question with the first part. How can they sell STs when they dont even know how many are allowed in? Rest assured that once they know they can sell them we’ll be second to know so they can get some badly needed cash in. 


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People hoping to get to Faro in September but we don't even know if we'll get to Lansdowne.
18,500 people allowed into Croke park this weekend, but I know it's a larger ground. how many are Bohs allowed tonight.
Anything been mentioned to the mandate committee? 
Even if it's been discussed but too early to call.
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Originally posted by darmack darmack wrote:

People hoping to get to Faro in September but we don't even know if we'll get to Lansdowne.
18,500 people allowed into Croke park this weekend, but I know it's a larger ground. how many are Bohs allowed tonight.
Anything been mentioned to the mandate committee? 
Even if it's been discussed but too early to call.

6,000 being allowed in tonight.

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6k in Lansdowne tonight 


I reckon 15-20k at least and maybe even over 25k  for the Serbia and Azerbaijan matches as they seem to be hoping for 50k for the AI Finals at the end of August


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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

6k in Lansdowne tonight 


I reckon 15-20k at least and maybe even over 25k  for the Serbia and Azerbaijan matches as they seem to be hoping for 50k for the AI Finals at the end of August
I read a figure of 25,000 for the AI final but maybe they've updated that since then. 

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If Bohs get through tonight there’ll be an increase for the next round according to Jack Chambers so they’ll hopefully be good test events for the international games 
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I believe the FAI are hoping for 20000 capacity
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