Winnipeg high school’s football team will hold the first home game in a foreign field because of an act of vandalism in its own stadium

Winnipeg high school’s football team will hold the first home game in a foreign field because of an act of vandalism in its own stadium

The Vincent Massey Trojans will soon have to play the first home game of the season, and it will not be played on its own field due to the fact that the vandals broke the goalposts

The match will be held at Oak Park High School field. Coach Kelsey McKay is very unhappy with this event. He said that the team has only three home games this year, and one of them will have to be held on someone else's field.

The game will take place on Friday, and by this time the goalposts will not be fixed. The field is in the ownership of the city, and now the school is negotiating with officials about compensation for damage. The damage was estimated at $4000.

The coach McKay does not believe that someone specifically wanted to damage the stadium of the team. He said that the field is in a perfect order, but because of broken goalposts it is dangerous to play on it. He said that his players heard rumors about who could do all that. According to him, most likely they were children who climbed higher on the goalpost and began to shake it to see what would happen.

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