Dundee 5
Clyde 1
League Cup (2nd Round)


Dundee
5 - 1
Clyde 

League Cup (2nd Round)
Tuesday, August 15th, 1989
Dens Park
Attendance: 3,033
3:00 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
Joe McBride 
Joe McBride 
Keith Wright 
Graham Harvey 
Graham Harvey 
None.

Team Managers
Gordon Wallace
Unknown.

Starting Eleven
1. Bobby Geddes
2. Rab Shannon
3. Arthur Albiston
4. Steven Frail
5. Gordon Chisholm
6. Stewart Forsyth
7. Albert Craig
8. Stuart Beedie
9. Keith Wright
10. Graham Harvey
11. Joe McBride
Unknown.

Bench
12. Alan Campbell
14. Mark Craib
None.

Substitutions
Alan Campbell for Keith Wright
Mark Craib for Steven Frail
None.

Cautions
None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

K. J. Hope (Clarkston) (Referee)
R. McNab (Aberdeen) & H. C. McHendry (Glenrothes) (Assistants)


Match Report


This match has no report.



Squad Statistics (as at August 15th, 1989)


1989-90 All Time
Age
Bobby Geddes (GK)29 2 - 300 -
Stewart Forsyth27 2 - 1533
Gordon Chisholm29 2 - 554
Rab Shannon23 2 - 1799
Arthur Albiston - 2 - 2 -
Joe McBride28 22204
Steven Frail20 1 - 291
Albert Craig27 2 - 82
Stuart Beedie28 2121
Graham Harvey27 1214645
Keith Wright24 2111843
Mark Craib (sub)19 2 - 6 -
Alan Campbell (sub)29 1 - 1 -






League Table (as at August 15th, 1989)


No league table has been added for this season.


Manager's Programme Notes


Firstly I'd like to welcome everybody back to Dens Park Stadium for our first competitive home game of the season.

I was absolutely delighted with the support we carried at East End Park on Saturday, but bitterly disappointed with the performance we gave you.

Words cannot express how I felt last Saturday night. I can stomach losing but against Dunfermline we contributed nothing despite getting off to a good start. In truth we got a goal for nothing and then let the game slip to a Dunfermline side, which was far more determined and positive, especially in the first half.

We showed a slight improvement in the second half, but it was nothing short of diabolical to lose a goal late in the game against a side with ten men.

That result has given us a mountain to climb right from the very start and nothing short of a positive and really determined attitude on our part will do this evening, because we must get a result against Clyde to ensure that we turn the corner quickly.