Fans and players of Kelty Hearts have been left furious as the club's planned match against Rangers was postponed at the 11th hour, after the Glasgow club failed to receive an SFA licence in time for the match at Central Park to go ahead.
The match, a testimonial for Kelty stalward Stefan Winiarski, was due to be played on Wednesday 25th July.
A statement from the club said: "The Stefan Winiarski testimonial match between Kelty Hearts and Rangers on Wednesday has been postponed due to the SFA not granting Rangers a licence to play any matches, friendly or competitive."
"Rangers have instructed us that an alternative date will be arranged very soon so all tickets and hospitality tickets are still valid for the match.
"We are all gutted with all the work done sending tickets out etc, money spent and time put in by volunteers to make the night a great one, as you can imagine Stefan is also sick at this outcome.
"Programmes have been printed, food ordered, marquee for hospitality etc. the licence situation is having a negative impact on not only the top end of Scottish Football but the lower end also."
Tickets had been selling fast for the game, and hundreds of Rangers fans were also set to make the trip for what would have been the new club's first game after liquidation and expulsion from the SPL during the close season.
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