Dundee 2
Partick Thistle 1
Scottish Cup (3rd Round)

2 - 1

Scottish Cup (3rd Round)
Sunday, January 29th, 1995
Dens Park
Attendance: 6,320
3:00 PM Kick-off

George Shaw 
Jim Hamilton 

Team Managers
Jim Duffy

Starting Eleven
1. Michel Pageaud
2. John McQuillan
3. Neil Duffy
4. Morten Wieghorst
5. Jim Duffy
6. Kevin Bain
7. George Shaw
8. Dusan Vrto
9. Jim Hamilton
10. Gerry Britton
11. Neil McCann

12. Paul Ritchie
14. Paul Tosh

Paul Ritchie for Morten Wieghorst

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

J. F. McGilvary (Edinburgh) (Referee)
C. Clelland (Blackburn) & P. J. Peace (West Calder) (Assistants)

Match Report

This match has no report.

Squad Statistics (as at January 29th, 1995)

1994-95 All Time
Michel Pageaud (GK)28 29 - 40 -
John McQuillan24 28 - 1575
Neil Duffy - 162284
Kevin Bain22 192622
Jim Duffy35 14 - 2012
Morten Wieghorst - 243778
Neil McCann20 253534
Dusan Vrto29 20 - 991
George Shaw25 30115119
Gerry Britton - 27164720
Jim Hamilton18 238248
Paul Ritchie (sub)26 82528

League Table (as at January 29th, 1995)

No league table has been added for this season.

Manager's Programme Notes

The last two weeks couldn't have produced two more contrasting performances.

Against Airdrie our last match at Dens Park, not one part of our game was up to standard. Fortunately, we managed to put all that behind us with an excellent all round performance at Kilbowie last Saturday. Just when questions were being asked about us after the poor showing in the match with Airdrie, the boys responded magnificently against Clydebank. It is a great honour for Morten Wieghorst and the club that he was playing for Denmark in the recent Inter-Continental Cup which is country won and his return at Clydebank brought with us the added quality in terms of passing and creativity which were almost non-existent against Airdrie.

Today we have a break from the pressure of trying to win league points with the visit of Partick Thistle in the Scottish Cup.

This week the number of recent transfers between the two clubs has been well documented, but the discussion is over now and it is down to business.

It is bound to be a competitive and close game. Cup football rarely produces games laced with silky soccer and the team that comes out on top is usually the one which wants to win most.

Therefore, I am looking for the lads to produce a performance of total commitment because that is what we will need if we are to get the result we all want.