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Rangers: Fans call for changes at Ibrox after Andrew Dickson tweet

Rangers: Fans call for changes at Ibrox after Andrew Dickson tweet - Rangers

A number of Rangers fans have called for changes to be made regarding some aspects of the matchday experience at Ibrox following a tweet from freelance journalist Andrew Dickson (via @mrandrewdickson).

He tweeted about his experience at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Tuesday night, where he watched Spurs’ FA Cup replay against Middlesbrough, believing that Rangers could learn a lot from the London club if Ibrox was to be modernised, redeveloped or rebuilt.

One notable feature of Tottenham’s stadium, which opened last April at a cost of £1billion [as per Evening Standard], is that cash payments are not accepted, with spectators instead invited to pay by debit/credit card, contactless or mobile payment (as per tottenhamhotspur.com)

Ibrox last saw significant development in the 1990s when its capacity was increased to more than 50,000 following renovations, with a further capacity increase to 51,082 after three new rows of seating were added to the upper tier of the Govan Stand. [via gersnet.co.uk]

Following Dickson’s tweet about Tottenham’s ground, these Rangers fans took to Twitter to ask for some changes at Ibrox, with cashless payments and an improvement on food and drink options among the calls made by supporters:

Rangers fans, what changes would you like to see being made at Ibrox (if any)? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!


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