From the Archives, 1972: VFL Park, Waverley – glittering jewel or cold, grey monolith?

VFL Park, Waverley. A glittering jewel in the crown of league football as envisioned by VFL president Sir Kenneth Luke or a cold, grey monolith parked inconveniently in the outer eastern suburbs situated in a bitterly cold rainbelt with major traffic problems caused by the refusal of state governments to provide public transport?