Dundee 3
Rangers 1
League (Premier Division)

3 - 1

League (Premier Division)
Wednesday, April 14th, 1982
Dens Park
Attendance: 7,975
7:30 PM Kick-off

Ray Stephen 
Ray Stephen 
Iain Ferguson 

Team Managers
Donald Mackay

Starting Eleven
1. Bobby Geddes
2. Les Barr
3. Stewart McKimmie
4. Cammy Fraser
5. Jim Smith
6. Bobby Glennie
7. Iain Ferguson
8. Ray Stephen
9. Eric Sinclair
10. Albert Kidd
11. Brian Scrimgeour

12. Peter Mackie
14. Gerry Davidson

Peter Mackie for Iain Ferguson
Gerry Davidson for Cammy Fraser

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

D. F. T. Syme (Rutherglen) (Referee)
D. G. Peters (Aberdeen) & W. J. Moulds (Hamilton) (Assistants)

Match Report

This match has no report.

Squad Statistics (as at April 14th, 1982)

1981-82 All Time
Bobby Geddes (GK)21 29 - 60 -
Bobby Glennie - 38 - 1882
Stewart McKimmie - 16 - 33 -
Brian Scrimgeour22 14 - 415
Les Barr - 22 - 1251
Jim Smith - 131131
Cammy Fraser - 3156812
Eric Sinclair - 25624786
Iain Ferguson - 33125818
Ray Stephen - 2465114
Albert Kidd - 332332
Peter Mackie (sub) - 3259912
Gerry Davidson (sub)21 1 - 10 -

League Table (as at April 14th, 1982)

No league table has been added for this season.

Manager's Programme Notes

This evening we welcome Rangers to Dens Park for the third time this season. On the two previous occasions we have lost by the odd goal, so tonight we will be all out to reverse this trend.

Rangers have had many critics recently but are once again in the cup final and as they are at present Scottish Cup and League Cup holders, they are not nearly as bad a team as many people would have us believe they are.

Much of the criticism directed at them is unfortunate. They are third in the league.

So, as I have said recently, it is points for glory for Rangers and points for survival for Dundee this evening.

A good result at Paisley on Saturday has made our position a little bit stronger and we hope to continue in the same direction this evening.

Our away results have been very good recently whereas our home performances have been a great disappointment. It is something we must go all out to rectify.

We have to win our home games. This is vital to our survival in the Premier League.

The past weeks have seen ups and downs with injuries at Dens Park with lan Fleming, Danny Cameron, Stuart McKimmie, lain Ferguson, Les Barr and lain MacDonald all being out through injury or illness.

This has not helped team selection but, as I have always said, football is a tough game and we must expect injuries. There is no use complaining about it, we must get our sleeves rolled up and battle on for the remaining seven matches, starting tonight with two points from Rangers!