Correct! You are forgiven because you recognise End Kulchaaa.
back to Paul's main point. I'm not sure if it would be worth adding a full stand behind either end just yet. If the Western Stand was to mirror the Eastern Stand's capacity and the end hills turned into concourses, capacity would be at what? 28,000? The Knights would only crack a sell out once or twice a year atm. The Jets probably not once in an average season. So a third grandstand would hardly ever be filled and simply wouldn't pay off it's own construction.
Maybe in 10 years time which is kind of the long term goal anyway.
western stand holds 5k, eastern 12k, cap is 26k - cap of a mirrored western stand on top would therefore be 33k.
working on rough dimensions of 136 x 80 (pretty average for RL surfaces) you're looking at the ends holding about 7k each if they don't wrap around. that makes a 38k stadium if all 4 sides get done.
they don't need something that big on current crowds. the question is whether moer people would come if the ground was better - they ay well. at the moment it's a dead set dump, barring one nice stand, and it would likely be much more attractive if it was better. and on the melbourne 'there's nothing else to do in this hick town' logic, a big venue with high class sport should draw in enough punters that you have to beat them off with a stick.
but that's pretty speculative logic to throw $60 million at.