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'Ridiculous', 'Joke' - Rangers fans rage at club Twitter announcement

Rangers have announced details of March’s Scottish Cup quarter-final with Championship side Falkirk – and Gers fans are furious at having to fork out £24 for the tie.
The Gers will welcome Paul Hartley’s side to Ibrox at 4.15pm on March 4 to accommodate live TV, as confirmed by the Gers’ official Twitter account, and fans are furious at the decision to charge so much.

With gate receipts split – and both clubs having to agree on pricing – smaller clubs often look to cash in with many Rangers fans thinking that’s the case with Falkirk.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:

Paul Hartley’s Bairns are currently eighth in the Championship and trying to avoid being sucked into a relegation fight.
With the match selected by Sky Sports as one of three quarter-finals to be shown live, fans are also worried the attendance will take an even bigger hit than usual.
Rangers beat Highland League Minnows Fraserburgh and League One Ayr United to get to the quarter-finals as they look to lift the trophy for the first time since Nacho Novo’s strike in the 2009 final against Falkirk.
The Gers haven’t lifted any major silverware since 2011 after the club’s financial meltdown the following year with fans hoping they will see their side lift the Scottish Cup come May’s final.
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