Heart of Midlothian 0
Dundee 2
League (Premier Division)


Hearts 

0 - 2

Dundee


League (Premier Division)
Saturday, September 22nd, 1984
Tynecastle Park
Attendance: 7,511
3:00 PM Kick-off


Goalscorers
None. John Brown (33)
Tosh McKinlay (66)

Team Managers
Alex MacDonald Archie Knox

Starting Eleven
1. Henry Smith
2. Walter Kidd
3. George Cowie
4. Sandy Jardine
5. Roddy MacDonald
6. Craig Levein
7. Dave Bowman
8. Gary McKay
9. Jimmy Bone
10. Kenny Black
11. Donald Park
Tom Carson .1
George McGeachie .2
Tosh McKinlay .3
Stuart Rafferty .4
John McCormack .5
Bobby Glennie .6
Ray Stephen .7
John Brown .8
Colin Harris .9
Bobby Connor .10
Derek McWilliams .11

Bench
12. Willie Johnston
14. Paul Cherry
Albert Kidd .12
Lex Richardson .14

Substitutions
Willie Johnston for Gary McKay (43)
Paul Cherry for Jimmy Bone (58)
Albert Kidd for Derek McWilliams (74)
Lex Richardson for Stuart Rafferty (85)

Cautions
Donald Park None.

Red Cards
None. None.

Match Officials

Hugh Williamson (Renfrew) (Referee)



Match Report


Newspaper extract from The Sunday Post.

Dundee chalked up their third successive Premier victory against a jaded-looking Hearts team, and underlined the fact new boss Archie Knox has given his men a real lift.

The Dens team mobility and aggression made them deserving winners, although Hearts will kick themselves for scorning several during the second half.

There must be real red-for-danger signs for the Tynecastle club with their Skol Cup and European commitments in the coming weeks.

Dundee established an authority early on. Connor should have done better than head over from eight yards. Then they claimed a penalty when Smith appeared to impede Harris after the 'keeper had slipped going to gather the ball.

Dundee capitalised on their fine first half-hour with a super goal. Stephen and Connor broke down the right and Brown kept his cool to direct a left-foot shot behind Smith.

Hearts staged revival towards the interval and Carson produced a marvellous save when Kenny Black curled a free kick goalwards from 25 yards.

Dundee, however, pulled themselves together after the break and celebrated with a fine second goal.

McGeachie broke down the right and his run carried him all of 40 yards. McKinlay was handy at the far post to meet his cross and calmly stroked the ball behind Smith.

Dundee sub Albert Kidd should have made it three but he shot wide from a couple of yards. Park, of Hearts, was booked for dissent.



Squad Statistics (as at September 22nd, 1984)


1984-85 All Time
Age
Tom Carson (GK)25 9 - 9 -
Bobby Glennie26 10 - 2754
John McCormack29 10 - 10 -
Tosh McKinlay19 102585
George McGeachie25 10 - 2068
John Brown - 9494
Stuart Rafferty23 102102
Bobby Connor24 9191
Derek McWilliams24 8181
Ray Stephen21 10313929
Colin Harris23 81253
Lex Richardson (sub)25 4 - 37 -
Albert Kidd (sub)22 9 - 10610






League Table (as at September 22nd, 1984)


No league table has been added for this season.