It is Monday afternoon at Brockway Medical Centre in Nailsea and parked outside is the unmistakable bright red Bristol City team bus. Fresh from training, players and staff file into an outdoor marquee before, one by one, being called in for their Covid vaccination booster, after 98 per cent received two jabs. It is an encouraging number given the English Football League recently revealed that, as of November, one in four of its players did not intend to get jabbed. “Did it hurt?” the club’s chief executive, Richard Gould, asks teenage midfielder Alex Scott, who smiles and shakes his head.