Gers supporter Dale shared on Twitter tonight that he wasn’t actually in Bellslea Park despite making the trip up north for it.
That comes after Fraserburgh confirmed that some were being refused entry after counterfeit tickets led to the capacity being filled in the away end:
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.
— Fraserburgh FC (@FraserburghFC) January 31, 2018
That was bound to lead to some very angry Rangers supporters – including Dale, who wrote that the journey would take him five-and-a-half hours in total:
2 days aff work to get to the stadium & told it’s full. Fuckin shambolic. 5 & a half hour travel also. Polis no giving a fuck either. Joke. pic.twitter.com/s2yxVPRdbL
— Dale Mc (@Dmc1872) January 31, 2018
Given this is a Scottish Cup game, that’s why Rangers are going up against the Highland League outfit at their own patch.
The only sympathy you can have with Fraserburgh is that there are thousands at tonight’s game – something they aren’t used to dealing with on a regular basis.
Rangers lead at half-time in the game 1-0 thanks to Josh Windass’ penalty.