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|Adrian Bevington happy with conditions in Krakow|
Football Association director of communications Adrian Bevington has insisted that he has no issues with England’s training camp in Krakow, Poland for next summer’s European Championships.
This comes after a newspaper recently highlighted the current poor state of the Hudnik Stadium and its facilities.
Bevington told Sky Sports of his disappointment of the reports; "We're very disappointed with the reports that are in one of the national newspapers (on Monday), that's for sure."
"Clearly the Hutnik Stadium is an older ground. There is some remedial work going on there already being organised by the council and club. So clearly there are some images of building work going on.”
"The most important thing for us is the pitch will be of the highest standard when we get out there in June. That is Fabio's primary concern. We're very confident in that.”
Bevington also spoke of the plan the FA have in place to make sure that the surface is top notch; "We work with an international company Sports Turf Research Institute (STRI). They work with FIFA and UEFA. They will be working closely with us to the period of the team arriving in June. We're confident when do arrive the pitch will be of the highest standard.”