Llandudno FC to borrow Conwy council cash for Euro bid

Llandudno football club have been granted an emergency loan from Conwy council to fund their European quote. The club are awaiting a Uefa ₤ 157,496 (200,000 euro) payment after qualifying for the Europa League. But with the cash not due to strike their account until December, the club had to borrow ₤ 30,000. In return for the interest-free loan, the local authority will include as sponsors on the club’s brand-new away European set. The club stated expenses include air travels to Geneva for the draw, medical screening of gamers, hire of house leg place, and hospitality of checking out team officials and delegates. Council policemans had suggested the authority authorize the request, on condition that, “Llandudno Football Club work with officers from Conwy council to increase chances to promote the area i.
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