According to the Daily Record, Dundee insists that their rescheduled game against Rangers will take place on Wednesday night, despite the fact that contingency plans have emerged.The newspaper stated on their website late on April 8 that the club was sketching up plans the same night as concerns grew over the playing surface at Dens Park.

If the pitch is again unfit to use, after the pre-international trip visit from Philippe Clement’s men was postponed at the last minute due to it being waterlogged, then plan B is for the game to be pushed back by 24 hours and played on Thursday night (11 April).

  • And with downpours reportedly expected for most of the time between Monday night and Thursday morning the “worst case scenario” plan C is for it to be played behind closed doors at a neutral venue, although Dundee are said to be “adamant” that their pitch will be playable as planned on Wednesday.

Motherwell won 3-2 after their game on Saturday controversially went ahead, with Stuart Kettlewell claiming the sanded pitch was “unplayable” and a endangered his

Ferguson was present at the ground prior to the game and talked with supporters who had traveled long distances to attend, but when money has not been invested in Dens Park’s pitch, the absence of drainage can only imply one thing.

With video technology for officiating proving so polarizing, he stated that it was one obvious way to free up funds to invest onto pitches.

He exclusively told Ibrox News: We’re talking about VAR, and that money could be better used. It’s evident that it should be spent in Dundee’s park.”

Ferguson was present at the ground prior to the game and talked with supporters who had traveled long distances to attend, but when money has not been invested in Dens Park’s pitch, the absence of drainage can only imply one thing.

With video technology for officiating proving so polarizing, he stated that it was one obvious way to free up funds to invest onto pitches.

He exclusively told Ibrox News: We’re talking about VAR, and that money could be better used. It’s evident that it should be spent in Dundee’s park.”

By Fafa T

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