They're obviously giving all the teams whose grounds don't quite meet the standard, or possibly never will, a wee bit of an incentive to continue trying to bring their facilities up to at least a minimum standard by letting them have access to less prestigious games. Probably be Edinburgh City's turn next time.
Last edited by Bostonhibby; 09-07-2018 at 04:07 PM.
"I did not need any persuasion to play for such a great club, the Hibs result is still one of the first I look for"
Scotland 21ís will be based at Oriam, nothing to do with Hearts though
Probably makes sense to play locally, not sure why they picked Tynie over ER though
Hearts have spent a fortune on the rust arena, I presume the SFA want to be seen as rewarding their efforts and not playing favourites with Easter Road either Ö we have had a couple of full internationals since Hertz last hosted a Scotland game. I dare say if Aberdeen ever get their act together the new sheep pen will get chosen far more often than Pittodrie is now.
The next thing is she will be offering the young lads the use of their state of the art training facilities.
This is one thing that grips my tits, Hearts continual references to "Riccarton" as if it's some spiritual home for the Jambos instead of just a local hired sports centre that anyone can use. I think it's more spin by Barry Anderson being built up when he refers to the goings on over at "Riccarton" instead of Tynecastle.