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Rangers: Fans rage at ticketing problems

Rangers: Fans rage at ticketing problems -Rangers News

Glasgow Rangers fans are livid with the latest struggles they have had in securing away tickets for their Premiership clash against Ross County this weekend.

The Gers have not had the best start to the new season – they have already lost three games, two of which came in the Champions League third qualifying round against Malmo, and once against Dundee United in the Premiership.

They did beat Livingston 3-0 and then Dunfermline 5-0 in the Scottish League Cup, but there is seemingly plenty of work for Steven Gerrard to do to get his team firing on all cylinders.

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Of course, having the famous Gers support back on away trips could have a big positive impact, and the next league match comes against Ross County this weekend, with fans desperate to secure tickets for the clash.

However, the supporters have had trouble in doing so and have therefore criticised the club’s ticketing system.

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The fans were quick to share their frustration with the ticketing system, and they took to social media platform Twitter to share their thoughts.

Let’s see what the fans had to say about the problems below


Credit: @jimstew15820416

“This system needs binned right now what an absolute mess”

Credit: @DecCairns72

“Av gave up tae”

Credit: @Lewis74191913

“Needs to be changed so you have to be logged in and have the requirement to be able to add the ticket to basket.”

Credit: @zeroi13i

“It’s a shambles… Stadium 30 mins from the house and canna get a ticket”

Credit: @sammyallan84

“Officially given up…”

Credit: @SeafarerMichael

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