Wakefield Argue With Council Over Stadium Saga

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29 April 2015 by Mark Tilley

A blame game has developed between Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and Wakefield Council over who is responsible for the failure to build a new community stadium.

Over 100 people attended a public meeting at the club last week to discuss the stalled plans for the Wildcats to move into a new facility.

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