Rangers refuse cup tickets

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Rangers supporters have their wish after chief executive Charles Green announced the Glasgow club will not accept their ticket allocation for February's William Hill Scottish Cup clash at Dundee United.

Rangers were drawn to play at Tannadice in the fifth round, with supporters' groups immediately calling for a stay-away protest for the first match away to Clydesdale Bank Premier League opposition since they were relaunched as a new company and denied entry to the SPL.

In a statement, Green said: "Rangers Football Club will not be taking its allocation of tickets for the forthcoming Scottish Cup match against Dundee United at Tannadice. This is a unanimous decision by the board, senior management and staff at Ibrox."

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