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Rangers fans have started receiving refunds from Highland League minnows Fraserburgh after counterfeit tickets were circulated leaving fans with genuine tickets unable to gain access to tiny Bellslea Park – leaving Gers fans delighted by Broch’s handling of the fiasco.
Greenock Britannia Rangers Supporters Club shared a letter on Twitter that they received from Fraserburgh after being locked out of the Scottish Cup tie.


Broch’s chairman Finlay Noble expressed his disappointment at fans being unable to get into the game and as well as refunding the ticket price have offered complimentary tickets to a future game at Bellslea Park.
Gers fans were blown away by the gesture as they praised Fraserburgh  with one fan saying they “wouldn’t cash the cheque” that was sent by Fraserburgh – although the supporters club later confirmed on Twitter they had donated it to a veteran’s charity.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:


https://twitter.com/gersspareticket/status/966686612217352192


Fraserburgh’s tiny Bellslea Park was absolutely packed for the Gers’ visit as Josh Windass scored a hat-trick to secure the Light Blues’ passage into the next round.
Despite being left out of pocket by the gesture, the Highland League side’s classy gesture will no doubt be long remembered by Rangers fans – many of whom still hold a grudge against Dundee United for their handling of a re-arranged game a decade ago.
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