The row over the official capacity at Stranraer Football Club appears to have been settled.
Club members have met and accepted the council's decision to limit the numbers on safety grounds.
Stranraer's capacity could increase to up to 4,000 if they make improvements - but they were hoping to sell 6,000 tickets.
The club's been given less than three weeks to make the changes before Glasgow Rangers visit on August 17.
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