Scottish Side Heart Of Midlothian Has 'Plan B' If Stadium Redevelopment Is Delayed
Scottish Premiership side Heart of Midlothian Manager Craig Levein admitted the club has "drawn up a Plan B" if building work on its new stand runs over again, according to Brian McLauchlin of the BBC. The team has played home games at Murrayfield during stadium redevelopment of the main stand. Hearts are due to host Kilmarnock on Nov. 5 and the club is "determined to see that played at Tynecastle." Hearts Owner Ann Budge set a date of early September for playing matches at Tynecastle, but the club was "forced to play recent fixtures at Murrayfield after a delay in building work." Levein said, "We don't need the place to be finished. We just need it ready to put a game on. I'm hopeful. There is a Plan B, but I have not been party to those discussions just yet" (BBC, 10/19).