The Czech Republic has apparently learned a lot about democracy in a short time. It seems that Czech lower house chairman Miloslav Vlcek may have used his position to get 35 million Czech crowns worth of funding for a soccer stadium in his hometown. See the full article here. At the current exchange rate that is only about 1.7 million dollars. On the other hand, there are only 3000 people in the town where the stadium was built. The facility is the only one in the country with artificial grass, it meets the standards for the top European football league matches, and has heated seats.
I wonder if the seats in Jerry Jones’ Cowboys’ palace will be heated.