Ross County issue stern Celtic ticket warning
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A serious warning regarding tickets for the next match versus Celtic has been issued by Ross County.

On August 6, Ange Postecoglou’s team plays its second league game of the campaign at Dingwall.

Away supporters have been cautioned that no tickets will be sold on game day and that anyone trying to purchase seats in the home support sections will be turned away.

Several tickets bought by “suspected Celtic supporters” for the home allotment have been cancelled, Ross County chiefs announced in a club statement.

Additionally, only individuals who have previously purchased tickets for Ross County home games will be able to do so going forward.

In connection with the Celtic game, the club also criticised the “disappointing and unacceptable” behaviour of ticket office personnel.

The statement read:

“Ross County would like to put out a very clear message at this stage that any Celtic supporters attempting to purchase tickets for the home end will be refused. Those who try to gain entry to the home end will also be rejected.

“We are already cancelling numerous purchased tickets by suspected Celtic supporters for the home end and refunds have been processed.

“We need to be very clear that only those who have a ticketing history for home matches will be sold tickets.

“NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD ON THE DAY OF THE MATCH

“It is disappointing and unacceptable that our Staff have been threatened and intimidated by some individuals attempting to falsely purchase tickets, and this shall not be tolerated.”

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