Rangers fans turned away at Fraserburgh over ‘counterfeit tickets’

The match was held at Fraserburgh's Bellslea Park ground. Picture: SNS
The match was held at Fraserburgh's Bellslea Park ground. Picture: SNS
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Rangers fans who travelled up to see their Scottish Cup match with Fraserburgh have been turned away at the gate after the Highland club accused supporters of using counterfeit tickets.

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Fraserburgh explained on social media that the away end was at full capacity, despite Rangers supporters still queuing outside for the all-ticket clash.

This led them to believe that fake tickets had been used by some supporters in order to gain access.

The hosts wrote on Twitter: “The capacity of the stadium is now full and we believe this is due to a number of counterfeit tickets in the away end. No further persons can be admitted. The club will hold an investigation and further details will be advised.”

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