Fraserburgh chairman Finlay Noble is confident his club will not be out of pocket after yesterday’s Scottish Cup tie at home to Rangers was postponed and rearranged for the end of the month.
Fraserburgh chairman Finlay Noble has revealed that Sunday’s eagerly-awaited William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round tie against Rangers at Bellslea is not quite the money-spinner many would have imagined.
They will be dancing in the streets of Fraserburgh if the Broch can pull off the shock of all shocks in the William Hill Scottish Cup on Sunday but supporters won’t be hearing Bluebell Polka ringing out from the Bellslea Park tannoy.
There will be no tickets on public sale for the Scottish Cup fourth-round tie between Fraserburgh and Rangers at Bellslea Park on Sunday, January 21.
Highland League club Fraserburgh hit the Scottish Cup jackpot yesterday when they were paired with Rangers in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Highland League president Finlay Noble wants an overhaul of the competition with an expansion to at least 20 teams and the creation of two divisions with promotion and relegation.
The landscape of Scottish football has been redrawn and senior clubs from Angus will play in the Highland League if they are relegated from League 2 from next season.