I'm open to it as long as 'SAFE' is the key word. It's no safer and no more dangerous than is seating. The Bradford disaster, remember, was in a seated area and the fact here was that seating was an obstruction that made evacuation difficult, along with narrow exits which are still commonplace in grounds. As with Hillsborough, this stand was old and dangerous. Other than that, in this modern era, stadiums have to be certified and it's only the handful of nutters that this sport attracts who transform 'SAFE' into 'DANGEROUS', and it is these same nutters who will transform either safe standing or safe seating into dangerous standing or dangerous seating. It is really a social problem rather than a structural one, but with improved segregation and improved crowd monitoring, this rogue element should easily be dealt with.