Dundee 2
Dunfermline Athletic 3
League (First Division)

2 - 3

League (First Division)
Saturday, February 4th, 1995
Dens Park
Attendance: 5,896
3:00 PM Kick-off

Paul Tosh 
Gerry Britton 

Team Managers
Jim Duffy

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

12. Iain Anderson
14. Paul Mathers

Paul Mathers for Morten Wieghorst
Iain Anderson for Neil Duffy

None. None.

Red Cards
Michel Pageaud
Match Officials

K. W. Clark (Paisley) (Referee)
J. P. Mitchell (Arbroath) & S. A. Brown (Bonnybridge) (Assistants)

Match Report

This match has no report.

Squad Statistics (as at February 4th, 1995)

1994-95 All Time
Michel Pageaud (GK)28 30 - 41 -
John McQuillan24 29 - 1585
Noel Blake - 29 - 562
Neil Duffy27 172294
Kevin Bain22 202632
Morten Wieghorst23 253788
Neil McCann20 263544
Dusan Vrto29 21 - 1001
Gerry Britton - 28174821
Jim Hamilton18 248258
Paul Tosh21 256568
Paul Mathers (sub) (GK)25 3 - 128 -
Iain Anderson (sub)17 91112

League Table (as at February 4th, 1995)

No league table has been added for this season.

Manager's Programme Notes

Last week's Scottish Cup clash with Partick Thistle, as anticipated, was a very close fought and difficult fixture. Certainly we opened very brightly and could easily have scored two or three goals in the early stages which could have won us the tie. Thereafter, we didn't play too well, but take credit for sticking together and working hard and well as a unit. a

You cannot place enough importance on team work, because that was the base from which we went on to win the game as we rediscovered our touch in the latter stages of the game.

The goal which secured our place in the fourth round was scored by Jim Hamilton who has made a habit of scoring important goals. He has been voted the young Player of the Month and continues to develop very well. Like all youngsters he will have his ups and downs in form, but I would like to congratulate him and hope that this is the first of many such awards.

But for the moment the Scottish Cup goes very much on a back burner because we have a vital league game this afternoon which should produce every bit as much excitement as last Sunday's cup tie.

Our meetings with Dunfermline are always good open and are attacking games. As usual there will be be a healthy following from Fife which will ensure good atmosphere.

Again all I would ask of our players is that they keep.working hard and retain their composure no matter how the match progresses, but as last weekend, it will take 100% commitment to claim the three vital points on offer this afternoon.