If all states close their borders, which could happen in the next few days, it might all be a bust.
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But at least they have given us something to be optimistic about, so I am staying positive about it and here are a few ideas.
I know we are short on detail, but since teams need to play in empty stadiums, why not move all the franchises to say Sydney and Canberra for training purposes, and play all the games at one stadium (GIO or Parramatta) and have a so-called Super studio set up for the broadcasts.
Each round could be a double header, with the Force going second, to make up for the time difference.
You’ll no doubt notice in the coming weeks that we’ve cooled our jets on the amount content we’re producing. With no live sport, and our advertisers pausing, we are sure you’ll understand and stick with us.
Let’s all remember to breathe, be grateful, and look after each other. And, if you want to send in an extra article or comment every now and then, go for it.
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