Dundee 2
Raith Rovers 1
League (First Division)

2 - 1
Raith Rovers 

League (First Division)
Saturday, December 10th, 1994
Dens Park
Attendance: 3,482
3:00 PM Kick-off

Jim Hamilton (pen.) 
Morten Wieghorst 

Team Managers
Jim Duffy

Starting Eleven
1. Michel Pageaud
2. John McQuillan
3. Mike Teasdale
4. Ray Farningham
5. Noel Blake
6. Kevin Bain
7. George Shaw
8. Morten Wieghorst
9. Paul Tosh
10. Jim Hamilton
11. Neil McCann

12. Iain Anderson
14. Neil Duffy

Iain Anderson for Neil McCann
Neil Duffy for Paul Tosh

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

M. A. Clark (Edinburgh) (Referee)
S. Kaney (Perth) & G. B. Webster (Kennoway) (Assistants)

Match Report

This match has no report.

Squad Statistics (as at December 10th, 1994)

1994-95 All Time
Michel Pageaud (GK)28 22 - 33 -
John McQuillan24 23 - 1525
Kevin Bain22 132562
Mike Teasdale25 10 - 15 -
Noel Blake - 22 - 492
Morten Wieghorst23 203738
Ray Farningham33 192474
Neil McCann20 183464
Jim Hamilton18 163173
George Shaw25 2374415
Paul Tosh21 235547
Neil Duffy (sub)27 10 - 222
Iain Anderson (sub)17 81102

League Table (as at December 10th, 1994)

No league table has been added for this season.

Manager's Programme Notes

There is no doubt about the contrasting styles we have encountered in our last two games.

Against Ayr we came up against some surprising tactics with Ayr getting everyone behind the ball at all times. However, it worked because they went home with a point, but from our stance it was a very frustrating game.

Both the fans and the players will have learned that in cases like this it is sometimes necessary to play the ball across the back to try and draw the opposition out. Should we come across such tactics again, then hopefully, we will be better prepared.

The very opposite pertained at east End Park last Saturday when Dunfermline attacked us and we took full advantage to get in behind their defence. WE created a lot of chances, but failed to put any away until the last minute.

I felt we deserved to win what was a very important game against one of our main promotion rivals and it was especially pleasing that it was achieved with so many players missing.

Three of the youngsters who figured in the match - Jim Hamilton, Andy Cargill and lan Anderson - are at a very early stage of their career and they have come in and done well and that is helping to give us greater depth and more importantly more competition for places when everyone is fit.

In welcoming Raith Rovers to Dens, we must extend our hearty congratulations to them on their magnificent achievement in winning the Coca-Cola Cup. It is a well deserved success for Jimmy Nicholl and his team and a great boost for Fife. It will also mean that they will bring a good support with them this afternoon.

It is obviously a stern test for us, but I hope that the boost we received by beating Dunfermline plus the return of Dusan Vrto and Morten Wieghorst plus possibly Neil Duffy will enable us to take three more important points on the promotion path