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Following the success of similar initiatives last season, Ross County Football Club have announced that fans traveling on supporters buses to both the opening two away fixtures of the 2015/6 Ladbrokes Premiership season will qualify for discounted travel. Supporters who book travel on the official Black Isle Supporters Club buses to the opening away fixture of the 2015/16 season with champions Celtic on Saturday the 1st of August are entitled to half price travel to the second away game of the season against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park on Wednesday the 12th of August.Travel to Celtic Park costs £10 for supporters club members and £15 for non-members, with discounted travel to McDiarmid Park costing a £5 for supporters club members and £7.50 for non-members. Discount is only applicable when booking both trips. Supporters can secure their seat on the buses for both games by calling the club’s ticket office on 01349 860 860. “The continued generous support of Weldex – who sponsored our supporters buses last season – will allow us to go on subsidising fan travel this season too,” said Stadium & Services Manager, David O’Connor. “The atmosphere created by fans at our away fixtures last season was well documented and we look forward to recreating that buzz this season through initiatives such as the one for the first Celtic and St Johnstone games.”
As a direct result of a discussion at the recent Ross County Football Club Supporters Meeting, the Club is pleased to announce that is introducing a 10 game, Multi Match Season Ticket for fans who are not able to attend every home game. The ticket should particularly appeal to those regularly working away or off-shore or who work shift patterns.
Ross County Football Club are delighted to announce the appointment of summer recruit Andrew Davies as the new Club captain. Davies, a 30-year-old centre-half who has previously played for Middlesbrough, QPR, Derby, Southampton and most recently Bradford City, arrived on a two year deal and was immediately installed as captain by manager, Jim McIntyre.
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