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Local lockdown measures to make Premier League statement irrelevant for Newcastle United fans

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Newcastle United fans hoped to be back inside St James Park from the start of October.

The Government giving the go ahead for trials throughout September at various sporting arenas, including Premier League stadiums, with limited numbers of fans allowed in, in order to test virus safety measures ahead of supporters being allowed into grounds across the board.



The Premier League statement indicating that the talks had been positive with the Government and would be ongoing.



Which of course would rule out for definite any Newcastle United fans attending the Burnley match at St James Park currently scheduled for Saturday 3 October, even if the Premier League do get the go ahead to allow a certain percentage of fans back into stadiums.

However, Wednesday’s Premier League statement was swiftly followed by breaking news in the north east.

The Chronicle revealing that new local lockdown measures are set to be announced for Newcastle, Northumberland, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Gateshead, County Durham and Sunderland.

Wednesday though brought a new Premier League statement that revealed they and other sporting bodies had met with the Government to press their case for higher numbers of fans to be allowed in as a financial necessity, once given the go ahead.
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