The Superleague side the Wakefield Wildcats look set to move into a new home after the Government said building work on a purpose-built stadium could go ahead.
The team want to swap their ageing Belle-Vue site for a new 12-thousand seater ground off junction 30 on the M62. It's expected to be finished ready for the 2015 season. The Wildcats were offered a Super League licence on the condition that they found a new stadium.
We have spoke to the club's Chief Executive, James Elston, and Chairman, Andrew Glover, about it.
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