1. An English Soccer Team's Existential Crisis: Is It Really in Wales?  The New York Times
  2. Chester FC to be allowed to play home games again as Welsh Covid rules to be eased  The Chester Standard
  3. Chester game off as Covid border crisis continues  RTE.ie
  4. Welsh government announce lifting of restrictions a week after starting Chester FC border row  Cheshire Live
  5. 'Irrational': Plaid Cymru MS calls on Welsh Gov to end ban on sports fans attending small events  Nation.Cymru
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The English soccer club Chester F.C. postponed a game after Welsh health officials claimed authority over its home. In an era when once loose British borders are stratifying, a curiosity may become a crisis.The English soccer club Chester F.C. postponed a game after Welsh health officials claimed authority over its home. In an era when once loose British borders are stratifying, a curiosity may become a crisis.

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A week after sending Chester FC into chaos, the announcement will see fans return to stadiumsA week after sending Chester FC into chaos, the announcement will see fans return to stadiums

Welsh government announce lifting of restrictions a week after starting Chester FC border row - Cheshire Live

CHESTER FC will be allowed to play home fixtures at the Deva Stadium once more as Welsh Covid restrictions, with have been the focus of a bizarre… CHESTER FC will be allowed to play home fixtures at the Deva Stadium once more as Welsh Covid restrictions, with have been the focus of a bizarre…

Chester FC to be allowed to play home games again as Welsh Covid rules to be eased | Chester and District Standard

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The non-league club's chairman Andy Morris warned last week they could go out of business if forced to play matches behind closed doors in the coming weeks.The non-league club's chairman Andy Morris warned last week they could go out of business if forced to play matches behind closed doors in the coming weeks.

Chester National League match this weekend postponed as they fight Welsh Covid-19 breach | Daily Mail Online

A Plaid Cymru MS has called on the Welsh Government to end the ban on sports fans attending smaller events, calling it “irrational”. Mabon ap Gwynfor has written to First Minister Mark Drakeford asking for the science behind the outdoor spectator sports ban to be published. On Boxing Day 2021, the Welsh Government introduced Covid-19 […]

'Irrational': Plaid Cymru MS calls on Welsh Gov to end ban on sports fans attending small events

The Welsh Government has been urged to end restrictions on outdoor sporting events in Wales. Dwyfor Meirionnydd Senedd Member, Mabon ap Gwynfor, has written to First Minister Mark Drakeford asking the government to publish the scientific evidence behind measures which have stopped spectators going to games. On Boxing Day, new stringent Covid regulations were introduced […]

Welsh Government urged to end ‘unreasonable’ restrictions on outdoor sporting events - Wrexham.com

Their next home game is against Brackley Town FC on Saturday (January 15)Their next home game is against Brackley Town FC on Saturday (January 15)

Chester FC meeting with police over border row and Covid breaches - Northants Live

The English club were previously told they may have been in breach of Welsh Covid regulations due to the location of their Deva Stadium home, which straddles the borderThe English club were previously told they may have been in breach of Welsh Covid regulations due to the location of their Deva Stadium home, which straddles the border

Chester FC postpone home clash and explore legal advice as row over Covid rules continues - Wales Online

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Chester FC has postponed its next fixture amid a row about Covid-19 regulations on the England-Wales border. A statement from the club said the National League game against Brackley Town, which was scheduled for Saturday, would not go ahead. The pitch and some of the stands in its stadium are in Wales, and the club […]

Chester FC postpones next home fixture amid England-Wales border row

Officials said they were not willing to risk the club's future while the row continuedOfficials said they were not willing to risk the club's future while the row continued

Chester FC postpones next home match amid ongoing coronavirus rules dispute - North Wales Live

A Plaid Cymru MS has called on the Welsh Government to end the ban on sports fans attending smaller events, calling it “irrational”. Mabon ap Gwynfor has written to First Minister Mark Drakeford asking for the science behind the outdoor spectator sports ban to be published. On Boxing Day 2021, the Welsh Government introduced Covid-19 […]

'Irrational': Plaid Cymru MS calls on Welsh Gov to end ban on sports fans attending small events

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