Dundee 2
Dunfermline Athletic 0
League (Premier Division)

2 - 0

League (Premier Division)
Friday, January 1st, 1988
Dens Park
Attendance: 8,527
3:00 PM Kick-off

Tommy Coyne 
Tommy Coyne (pen.) 

Team Managers
Jocky Scott

Starting Eleven
1. Bobby Geddes
2. Stewart Forsyth
3. Tosh McKinlay
4. Rab Shannon
5. Jim Smith
6. Stuart Rafferty
7. Graham Harvey
8. John Brown
9. Keith Wright
10. Tommy Coyne
11. Ian Angus

12. Bobby Glennie
14. Alan Lawrence

None. None.

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

G. D. Cumming (Motherwell) (Referee)
J. Dobie (Methven) & A. H. Wilson (Rosyth) (Assistants)

Match Report

This match has no report.

Squad Statistics (as at January 1st, 1988)

1987-88 All Time
Bobby Geddes (GK)27 31 - 245 -
Tosh McKinlay23 1711739
Rab Shannon21 30 - 1288
Stewart Forsyth26 281933
Jim Smith26 3022439
John Brown - 20313339
Stuart Rafferty26 14 - 13612
Ian Angus - 293659
Keith Wright22 30135526
Graham Harvey25 16410332
Tommy Coyne25 31305845

League Table (as at January 1st, 1988)

No league table has been added for this season.

Manager's Programme Notes

At the time of writing this column, the Hearts game had not been played.

However, the results of the two previous games were excellent coming after a disappointing result against Aberdeen.

Our performance against Aberdeen was good although not good enough to win the game due to the fact we lost bad goals again. To give any team two goals of a start makes it an uphill task and Aberdeen's strength is defence which then makes the job of pulling back the deficit harder.

However, against Falkirk and Morton the players made amends and ran out comfortable winners scoring a record 13 goals for two consecutive Premier League game.

Cynics have already said that it was easy to do because both teams are in the relegation area, but how many other teams have gone to Brockville and Greenock and won by such convincing results. The players take and obviously deserve all the credit. for the work they have done so far this season but they are also aware that there is a long way to go to the end of the season and anything can happen in football. But you can be assured that the players will continue their hard work to ensure a return to European football next season.

To all our supporters and guests today we wish you all a 'Happy New Year'.