St Albans City FC to put their case to district council

PUBLISHED: 14:50 18 October 2012

Barry Hayles celebrates City's first goal

Barry Hayles celebrates City's first goal


REPRESENTATIVES of St Albans City Football Club will outline proposals for the future of the organisation tonight, Thursday, to district councillors.

Fifteen minutes have been set aside for club owners Lawrence Levy and John McGowan to present their vision for the club’s future at Clarence Park to St Albans district council’s cabinet meeting.

They have been given an opportunity to outline their plans in an effort to ensure the Saints’ stability and sustainability after recent turbulent years.

Lawrence and John said their aim has always been for the club to become self-sufficient.

Their presentation begins at 7pm and can be watched live via the council’s webcam:

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