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Probe launched after Dundee United manager Jim Goodwin says he was hit by object

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Police are investigating after Dundee United manager Jim Goodwin said he was hit by an object during the Scottish Premiership clash against Aberdeen yesterday.

Goodwin claimed coins, a pie and a cup of juice were thrown at him during the game against his former club at Tannadice Park in Dundee on Saturday.

Police said they are reviewing CCTV footage and engaging with the clubs to establish the circumstances.The Irishman, who was sacked by Aberdeen on January 28 after a string of poor results, was named the new Dundee United manager on Wednesday.

His first game in charge was against his former club, who won the Cinch Premiership contest 3-1. Speaking after the match Goodwin said: “I obviously wasn’t expecting a warm reception from the Aberdeen fans. "But I was disappointed that there were coins and other projectiles getting chucked down on top of me.

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