Dundee 3
Queen of the South 0
League (First Division)


Dundee
3 - 0
Queen of South 

League (First Division)
Saturday, April 22nd, 1978
Dens Park
Attendance: 6,152
3:00 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
Eric Sinclair 
Dave MacKinnon 
Billy Williamson 
None.

Team Managers
Tommy Gemmell
Unknown.

Starting Eleven
1. Ally Donaldson
2. Alec Caldwell
3. Erich Schaedler
4. George McGeachie
5. Bobby Glennie
6. John McPhail
7. Billy Williamson
8. Dave MacKinnon
9. Billy Pirie
10. Eric Sinclair
11. Ian Redford
Unknown.

Bench
12. Ian McDougall
14. Jocky Scott
None.

Substitutions
Ian McDougall for Dave MacKinnon
Jocky Scott for Billy Williamson
None.

Cautions
None. None.

Red Cards
George McGeachie
None.
Match Officials

A. G. McFaull (Glasgow) (Referee)
D. McCartney (Edinburgh) & R. D. Keggie ( Edinburgh) (Assistants)


Match Report


This match has no report.



Squad Statistics (as at April 22nd, 1978)


1977-78 All Time
Age
Ally Donaldson (GK)34 26 - 317 -
Alec Caldwell23 25 - 1384
Bobby Glennie20 12 - 12 -
Dave MacKinnon21 263353
Erich Schaedler18 151151
George McGeachie19 152152
John McPhail22 38 - 79 -
Billy Williamson25 44174417
Ian Redford18 409419
Eric Sinclair24 37159431
Billy Pirie29 45378981
Ian McDougall (sub)23 433433
Jocky Scott (sub)30 214423154






League Table (as at April 22nd, 1978)


No league table has been added for this season.


Manager's Programme Notes


This is the last home game of the season and whatever the outcome of our battle for promotion we have to say a big "Thank you" to all our fans. When it really counted in our big matches they have been there to spur us on.

If we go up to the Premier League we will be very pleased along with our supporters. If we stay down and have to face another season in the First Division we have to buckle to and make sure we go up next season. Then we will be counting on the loyal support of our fans again.

If everyone gets down to it and works that bit harder when the chips are down our objectives are not beyond us. Our support has done a good turn for us this year and hopefully they will do it again wherever we are playing. If we are still in the First Division it will be as big a disappointment for us as it will be for them.

We know we are no longer in the driving seat in the race for pro motion as we were before our recent home game against Morton and that we must win today and again next Saturday at Cappielow.

The teamwork and team spirit at Alloa where we won 5-1 last week meant that goals must come. If we get the same effort and workrate in our last two games we will win both.