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Ross County and Caley Thistle meet to tackle fans' bad behaviour


By Gregor White


Seats were damaged at Inverness's Caledonian Stadium during Ross County's Irn-Bru Cup final victory.
Seats were damaged at Inverness's Caledonian Stadium during Ross County's Irn-Bru Cup final victory.

OFFICIALS from Highland rivals Caley Thistle and Ross County have been discussing how to stamp out unacceptable behaviour by fans of both clubs.

It comes after some County fans allegedly damaged seats at Inverness’s Caledonian Stadium on Saturday during their side’s Irn-Bru Cup final victory.

In a statement issued less than 24 hours after the match, County officials blasted the “unacceptable conduct” of some of the club’s fans, adding: “This small minority of fans are bringing our club into disrepute at a time when there is a very positive
feeling about the club.”

A Caley Thistle spokesman said yesterday: “We are assessing everything that has happened.

“Ross County have been supportive. Our fans have also caused damage at their stadium and the two clubs are meeting to discuss this ongoing unacceptable behaviour and how we can stamp it out.

“There was not a massive amount of seats damaged but it was the premeditated way it was done that is annoying.

“We do not know how much the damage will cost us until we have done a review.”



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