Adams Posted June 13, 2006 Report Share Posted June 13, 2006 Officials were left with egg on their faces earlier this year when it emerged that the stadium would not be completed before the 2006 showpiece, leading to universal derision of those in charge and constructors Multiplex. Wembley National Stadium Limited chairman Michael Cunnah has now revealed that no timescale has been put in place to get the job done. He has insisted that deadlines are low on the list of priorities, and that the country is doing just fine without a national stadium. "For us the most important thing is not to hit a particular date," he told BBC Radio Five Live. "The England matches can be played around the country, which has been very successful, and the cup finals have a very good home down in Cardiff. "The important thing for us is that the stadium is built to the right quality and for the price that we can afford. "So from that point of view, time becomes our variable and although we were very, very disappointed not to have the FA Cup final here it is more important to get the stadium that is going to be here for 100 years." Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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