It's not the end of the world for the hosts, as Charlie Adams and Danny Mullen have each netted in the last five minutes to secure a deserved draw. Aberdeen's attempt to reach the Premiership top six has hit a stumbling block after the draw, but Dundee's players and fans feel 'job done' after the result.
Charlie Adam and Danny Mullen earn visitors draw
Charlie Adam and Danny Mullen scored second-half goals to earn visiting Rangers a draw at Dundee. Charlie Adam's effort from 25 yards earned the visitors a point in the Scottish Championship. Despite their late equaliser, Rangers deserved to claim all three points and stay in the top six. Despite their disappointing draw, the game was a good example of what can be achieved when the quality of the opposition is so high. Aberdeen's bid to reach Premiership top six hit a snag In a tense second half, Aberdeen pushed for a late winner as they held off St Mirren. The result puts Dundee in the driving seat to make it into the top six. Meanwhile, Dundee have announced ticket details for the derby, with home tickets already sold out. The game is scheduled for Saturday, January 25.
Dundee's plans to sell land south of the pitch to a real-estate developer
The stadium's ownership has been under scrutiny for some time, but a local businessman has stepped up to put a positive spin on the plan. John Bennett is a local businessman who has made investments in the city and has joined the Dundee board of directors. The club's first stadium, the Carolina Port, was sold in 1899 and renamed the "Den."
Dundee's players feel 'job done'
The visitors started brightly in their match against relegation-battling Dundee United but were unable to make the most of their chances, allowing the home side to rack up several corners. In the second half, Aberdeen took the lead through a Kevin Van Veen free-kick, and a well-worked goal from Charlie Adam was soon added to the score sheet. Adam's perfectly weighted free kick found Lee Ashcroft at the back post, and his header was deflected into the goal by Sweeney from a yard out.
John Bennett rejoins Dundee United board
Former board member John Bennett is re-joining the Dundee United board. The 61-year-old joins from his current position as Associate Director. He brings financial acumen and a wider presence to the full Board. While he does not intend to buy the club, he is expected to help with the club's finances. If you were wondering why he joined in the first place, you'll be happy to hear that he has a proven track record in the Scottish Premiership. Source : يلا كورة