Elgin City to launch ticket inquiry after Rangers match is postponed

24 November 2012 04:38
• More than 1,000 extra tickets had been sold• Fans assured of full refundElgin have promised a full investigation into the postponement of their Third Division game against Rangers following a board meeting on Saturday morning. The televised match, which was set to be played on Sunday lunchtime, was called off after too many tickets were sold.Moray council, Grampian police and the Scottish Football League took the joint decision to postpone the fixture at Borough Briggs on safety grounds after it emerged that at least 1,100 extra tickets had been sold. Fans have been assured they will be given a refund but tickets issued for the game will not be valid for the rearranged date, which has yet to be announced. Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian

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