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Ross County blast 'unacceptable conduct' of fans after stadium in Inverness damaged during Irn-Bru Cup final


By Andrew Dixon


The Irn-Bru Cup final was at Caledonian Stadium in Inverness.
The Irn-Bru Cup final was at Caledonian Stadium in Inverness.

ROSS County have blasted the "unacceptable conduct" of some of the club's own fans during yesterday's Irn-Bru Cup final in Inverness.

The Staggies lifted the trophy after beating Welsh side Connah's Quay Nomads 3-1 at Caledonian Stadium.

But it seems some seats at the ground – home of Highland rivals Inverness Caley Thistle – were damaged by supporters.

County officials have issued the following statement this afternoon: "Ross County FC are aware of some of our fans indulging in unacceptable conduct and allegedly damaging seats at Caledonian Stadium at yesterday's Irn Bru Cup final.

"We will work with ICTFC and Police Scotland to deal with any complaints that may arise and irrespective of any action by other authorities, should any supporter be identified the club will take further action.

"There has been a trend of unacceptable conduct at recent derbies both home and away. This small minority of fans are bringing our club into disrepute at a time when there is a very positive feeling about the club."

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