Cambridge are flush with cash…
After the 0-0 draw at home against Manchester United in the FA Cup, Cambridge United bagged themselves a replay, which will earn the club in excess of £1.5m – and the League Two outfit start will start by sprucing up by their toilets, reports the BBC.
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Cambridge’s Chairman has revealed where the club will be spending the money, and fans will be delighted to hear that a toilet and tea-bar upgrade is on the cards.
Chairman Dave Doggett told the Sunday Mirror:
“Hopefully we can get the stadium done and start putting in some proper toilets,” said Doggett.
“Some toilets and tea bars and more hospitality… that’s what we will do,” he continued.
Cambridge have been desperate to upgrade their 8,000 capacity stadium – and their FA Cup run will allow them to do just that.
The League Two side’s replay at Old Trafford really epitomises the beauty and the unpredictability of the FA Cup that is almost unheard of in any other competition within the sport.