Fraserburgh club Chairman Finlay Noble has revealled how much it is going to cost the Highland League outfit to host Rangers in the Scottish Cup.
Gers travel to the north-east on Sunday the 21st to play Fraserburgh in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup, yet the cost involved is staggering for the fifth-tier club.
Speaking to Sky Sports, as quoted by the Daily Record, Noble claims that a five-figure sum is required to put on the game, but admits the Television coverage is going to help with the funding.
“It’s good that the Sky cameras are coming along and hopefully the town can be shown in a good light as well as our club,
“It’ll cost us a fair bit of money to even put on the game, somewhere in the region of £15k to £20k but again with Sky Sports coming that will help with that.”
Rangers enter the competition in the fourth round, alongside their Scottish Premier League rivals, and will play for a chance to move on the Cup in a stadium that only holds 3000 people.
It is expected that the Gers are going to travel well, as fans do not want to miss this historic tie.
Murty’s men will be up for the fixture, having finished their succesful trip to america where they beat Brazilian teams Atletico Mineiro and Corinthians.
In other Rangers news, Gers fans have taken to Twitter to rave about an incoming international signing.

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