0 Kells unmoved by surface criticism

The Hampden Park groundsman will not suffer the same fate as his English counterpart, despite the weekend's Homecoming Scottish Cup semi-finals being spoiled by a sub-standard surface.

Ally McCoist, the Rangers assistant manager, led the calls for another overhaul of the turf - it was relaid at a cost of £125,000 before last month's Co-operative Insurance Cup final - after his team's 3-0 win against St Mirren was spoiled by players slipping and sliding.

All four semi-finalists expressed their dissatisfaction with the playing conditions, but Steven Bache, the head groundsman, will not pay for the problem with his job. See rest of the article on the following link:- The Herald

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