Dave King to use season ticket money to improve Rangers squad


McInnes told Caixinha he should be embarrassed of finishing below Aberdeen in the build up to last night's game and has been annoyed by Rangers' pursuit of Ryan Jack.

"I need to keep doing my job in order to bring the players I want to Rangers and the players I know that are going to perform according to the Rangers standards".

"So I said that if you didn't show up in the previous match, you are definitely not welcome to come to my office". It is a question of respect.

But Shinnie insists he and his colleagues paid no attention to the mind games being played by the Light Blues camp as he backed his own boss to maintain Aberdeen's forward momentum. What do you call that? The fact we have already reached nearly 35,000 renewals - against what has been a backdrop of transition and managerial change - demonstrates the terrific fan base we have'.

"All of our season ticket money will be invested in the squad as we work towards taking our club back to the top", King said on the club website.

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Pedro Caixinha arrived in February to replace former boss Mark Warburton, and while he has so far been unable to stop the rot, the Portuguese has at least clinched the club's return to European action after booking a Europa League slot.

"At this stage of the season you always get asked about players and speculation", said McInnes.

McInnes replied: 'It's not about managers tonight, it's about performances and that performance was exactly what I wanted'. Any manager is welcome in my office, so it's not something you could aim at me. He's wrong, he's mistaken. "So I think that he likes to do a lot of talking". Tony and my staff were there at the time and said he came in, had a quick glass of wine and shot away.

It was a first defeat in four games for Dundee's interim manager Neil McCann, albeit the Taysiders' top-flight status had been confirmed on Tuesday night with Hamilton losing to Ross County.

"Up at Pittodrie last time we were also bitterly disappointed because we deserved better from that match than what we got out of it". Everyone is just fighting their corner for the team during the game.