Queen's Park president warns SFA that Hampden exit for national team would leave Spiders on the brink

Queen's Park president warns SFA that Hampden exit for national team would leave Spiders on the brink
 

Queen's Park president Alan Hutchison has warned the SFA that taking Scotland games away from Hampden would leave the country’s oldest club on the financial brink.
The Spiders chief expects an answer from Stewart Regan before the end of the year on whether they will renew the current lease that expires in 2020.
The SFA took out a 20-year rent deal - at £800,000 a year - after the £60 million Hampden rebuild with most of the cash paying of Queen’s Park debts.
Hampden has been home to Scottish football for 114 years and while Hutchison knows the decision will be based mainly on money, he... read more

 
19 October 2017 in Sport, Views: 49
Source: Daily Record
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