Funny that because I could have sworn that when the new Wembley was built the FA said that the income generated would help grow and revolutionise the grassroots of the game. And then this massive St George's Park with umpteen football pitches and all that was announced and the FA said it would 'revolutionise the grassroots of the game'.
I think it's safe to assume that the £800m recouped from the sale of Wembley won't be reinvested into grassroots. Kids will still have no pitches to play on during the winter months, no access to them because of the costs and young ambitious coaches will continue paying £6000 of their own money to achieve a top level coaching license while pitches across the rest of the continent continue to be free at the point of use and coaches only have to spend 500 euros to obtain their top level coaching license.
Nope - all that money will subsidise, once more, the cushty, privileged lifestyles of the FA hierarchy with all their sexist, racist, old man attitudes along with it.