News Report: Rangers clash with Dundee bring back underway after fresh delay…

Rangers’ Scottish Premiership clash with Dundee is back underway after a fresh delay saw the game suspended after a couple of minutes.

Referee Kevin Clancy halted the match after only two minutes due to pyrotechnic and smoke issues making visibility on the park near-on impossible at Dens Park.

The use of the flares also triggered the fire alarm at Dens Park as Rangers’ Scottish Premiership trip to Dundee was hit with yet another delay, with the game now set to finish late this evening.

This has added to the problems surrounding the weather at the stadium, with the City of Dundee being battered by torrential rains caused by Storm Ciaran.

Rangers’ Scottish Premiership trip to Dundee back underway

Remarkably, the fresh delay came after Rangers had to delay the kick off by 45 minutes due to traffic congestion as they tried to reach the stadium.

Heading into the match, Rangers announced that the game would be delayed due to the congestion in and around Dundee.

“Tonight’s match at Dens Park will kick-off at 20:30 following severe traffic congestion in and around Dundee,” reads a statement.

“Rangers thank our supporters for their patience, understanding and what will undoubtedly be their fantastic backing this evening.


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