Crowd safety expert Andrew McQuillan says a temporary stadium isn't feasible
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Windsor Park: Matches postponed due to safety issues over damaged stand

Linfield Football Club say their next two home games will not be played at Windsor Park because of the safety issues concerning the stadium's west stand.

Major cracks appeared on Tuesday, two days after Northern Ireland beat Finland in a Euro 2016 qualifier held at the ground.

The IFA say they won't make a decision about where Northern Ireland's home matches will be held until an engineer's report is submitted.

Andrew McQuillan, who works as a crowd safety expert, says a temporary stadium isn't feasible due to safety reasons.

BBC News NI's Rick Faragher reports.

  • 02 Apr 2015
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