By Liam Chronnell
FC United of Manchester have moved a step closer to getting their own ground after the club reached a landmark target five months early.
The Unibond League Division One North outfit are aiming to raise £500,000 to build a new stadium in Greater Manchester. And more than 300 supporters have helped the Rebels hit the £30,000 target.
FC, whose game last night against Woodley at Gigg Lane was postponed, visit Nantwich Town in the Presidents Cup quarter-final on Friday night.
4:48pm Wednesday 6th February 2008