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Ross County chairman sends ticket warning


By Andrew Henderson


Staggies fans have taken to the masses with record high season ticket sales being announced by the club at a board meeting yesterday.

Having taken last seasons Championship by storm, it’s no surprise demand is high to see Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson’s team tackle the best in Scotland next term.

Ross County club chairman Roy MacGregor (centre) says season ticket sales could affect availability for individual matches. Picture: Gair Fraser. Image No.043801
Ross County club chairman Roy MacGregor (centre) says season ticket sales could affect availability for individual matches. Picture: Gair Fraser. Image No.043801

On the achievement, Staggies chairman Roy MacGregor gave a warning to supporters.

“As much as we are elated at the early results of our season ticket sales, its also important to remind people that this will mean less opportunity to purchase individual match tickets in the lead up to matches," he said.

"Our aim is to try and get as many of our own fans through the door as we possibly can and the fact that for big matches we might not have enough tickets for our locals is a tough position to be in, however we can only go with what is in front of us.

"We want our home crowds to be big, to stand up against the Celtic, Rangers and Aberdeen fans. I would encourage anybody that hasn’t renewed or purchased their season ticket to do so now to avoid the disappointment of missing these matches.”



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