Simon Jordan has ripped Rangers' strongly-worded statement about Dundee's pitch apart.

The successful entrepreneur has branded the club's behaviour as 'ridiculous and hypocritical,' questioning their 'holier-than-thou' approach.

Yesterday, the Ibrox club's rearranged match against Dundee was called off for a second time. 

This sparked an angry response from Rangers, with the club taking aim at the Dens Park side for their 'unprofessionalism' in failing to ensure the game went ahead.

The game will now be played on Wednesday, April 17, just days before Rangers will play in their Scottish Cup semi-final against Hearts.

But Jordan did not have any moans from those of a Rangers persuasion, as he reminded everyone that there was a chance to play the game prior to the derby with Celtic, and he told the club that they must get their own house in order before having a go at others.

"This is a club that can't get its act together to let fans in against their biggest rivals," the former Crystal Palace owner exclaimed. "They are probably breaching SPFL rules themselves by not allowing away fans for their biggest rivals.

"So there's an irony behind that, I'm not sure why Rangers have felt the need to go so robust. They may be playing to the gallery of their fans but it's a bit ridiculous and hypocritical.

"I don't know why they're being holier-than-thou. It sounds remarkably pompous and condescending. They don't have their own house in order.

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"If you're going to stand there and start preaching to people, even if you've got validity in what you're saying, when you're pointing at other people, four fingers point back at you. Because Rangers don't cover themselves in glory. They could have played this game last week but it didn't suit them.

"I like Rangers and I want them to win the league. But I don't understand why they had to be so vitriolic.

"They are standing on the mountain looking down on everybody else as if they are someone really meaningful. They are a significant club but it's very high-handed and slightly unnecessary. There's probably a reason other clubs don't like the Old Firm, and this is probably it."

Host Jim White then read out the opinions of some Rangers fans who had text in the show. 

Conspiracy theories were mentioned in this breath, and Jordan challenged this view.

He continued: "What's the conspiracy theory then? What is behind this? Why didn't Dundee want it played? Is there something we're missing in this conversation? Why are Rangers fans and supporters suggesting this is some form of conclusion? Are they not going to play Rangers now? Of course they're going to play them.

"If the pitch is waterlogged, the club could maybe do better. Yes, agreed. But maybe they just don't have the money or the means.

"If I was Dundee, this is what I would say. 'That's wonderful, but I don't give a monkey's what you think. I will be judged by the SPFL, not you. Who are you? You can't get your own house in order. You can't even have fans coming from your rivals because you can't behave yourselves. You get into line.'

"It wasn't so long ago that we were watching these clubs argue about the sponsorship of the league because it compromised the owner of the football club who had car garages. Let's have it right.

"If you're going to get on your high horse and go all guns blazing at another club, you need to be perfect. I admire Rangers, I have an affection for them, and I want them to win the league. But just a moment."