Schumacher hoping behind closed doors games can be avoided
The Herald|December 24, 2021
STEVEN Schumacher believes allowing football fans to continue watching games is a 'good release for them during the current uncertainty caused by Covid pandemic.
CHRIS ERRINGTON

The Plymouth Argyle manager hopes there will not be a return to fixtures being played behind closed doors, as was the case for virtually all of last season.

The Pilgrims had three games at Home Park with very small crowds allowed, plus another one away to Crewe Alexandra, but all the others took place in empty stadia.

Rising positive Covid cases, largely due to the Omicron variant, have led to lots of matches across the Premier League and the EFL being postponed over the past week or so.

However, the Premier League and the EFL have stated their intention to continue with their schedule of matches where possible.

Argyle are scheduled to be away to Cheltenham Town on Boxing Day and have sold out their allocation of 1,500 tickets.

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