Dundee 2
Kilmarnock 1
League (First Division)


Dundee
2 - 1
Kilmarnock 

League (First Division)
Saturday, September 21st, 1991
Dens Park
Attendance: 3,788
3:00 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
Steve Campbell (pen.) 
Willie Jamieson 
None.

Team Managers
Gordon Wallace
Unknown.

Starting Eleven
1. Paul Mathers
2. John McQuillan
3. Steve Campbell
4. Gordon Chisholm
5. Willie Jamieson
6. Mark Craib
7. Colin West
8. Albert Craig
9. Grant McMartin
10. Billy Dodds
11. Stuart Beedie
Unknown.

Bench
12. Alan Dinnie
14. Duncan Campbell
None.

Substitutions
None. None.

Cautions
None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

H. F. Williamson (Renfrew) (Referee)
A. M. Roy (Aberdeen) & G. L. Suttie (Glenrothes) (Assistants)


Match Report


This match has no report.



Squad Statistics (as at September 21st, 1991)


1991-92 All Time
Age
Paul Mathers (GK)21 9 - 23 -
Steve Campbell23 91634
Gordon Chisholm31 5 - 13611
Willie Jamieson28 62664
Grant McMartin20 7 - 322
John McQuillan21 81222
Stuart Beedie31 9 - 413
Mark Craib21 9 - 631
Albert Craig29 975315
Billy Dodds22 968641
Colin West24 22246






League Table (as at September 21st, 1991)


No league table has been added for this season.


Manager's Programme Notes


None of us could be other than really pleased with last Saturday's performance against Ayr United.

The players reacted in the way I hoped after having their pride dented in the 3-0 defeat at Cappielow the previous week and it was good to get back on the rails again with a fine performance.

Injuries meant we were deprived of the services of Kevin Bremner and Cammy Fraser and John McQuillan was, of course, suspended for Ayr's visit. This allowed Alan Dinnie, Gordon Chisholm and Grant McMartin to get back into the swing of things.

With a forty-four match league programme this season, it is going to be important to have a full strength squad to pick from as often as possible.

If everyone is fit, however, then the manager has the pleasant or unenviable task of picking his best eleven.

No player likes to be left out, but this is part and parcel of a manager's job and decisions such as this are what he is paid to do.

The difference between a manager and the fan on the terracing is that the manager has to make his decision before a game whereas supporters usually pick his side after a game and, therefore, has the benefit of hindsight.

For the second week running we have visitors from Ayrshire. Kilmarnock may have got off to a slow start, but we will treat them with the respect they deserve, because they are undoubtedly one of the quality sides in the division.

However, it is our goal to keep on the winning bandwagon.

It was encouraging to see the increased attendance at last Saturday's match against Ayr United and for our part, I hope that we can continue to give performances which encourage our supporters to attend in even greater numbers as the season progresses.