My situation was to report on how the match went, if there had been any incidents on the field and so on. I only report about spectators if there has been trouble, so technically I could have ignored it!lindal1000 wrote: ↑Tue Sep 15, 2020 10:06 pmThat's different because you had a specific responsibility in that situation. I don't have a responsibility to spy on my neighbours.
In your situation Crabtree, who did your report go to, and what action did they take?
Also to add, in your situation the rules are clear. In the situation in the UK the rules are far from clear and unless you knew the intimate movements of your neighbours I don't know how you would know whether the people in they were socialising with were outside of their bubble or from different families.
However, in order for football, and our lives to return to normal we must keep these rules until a vaccine is available.
So, I want to try to be as normal as possible. Therefore if people are selfish about this I am going to report them.
That applies as far as I am concerned to everything and everyone!