Dundee 1
Raith Rovers 2
Scottish Cup (4th Round)

1 - 2
Raith Rovers 

Scottish Cup (4th Round)
Saturday, February 18th, 1995
Dens Park
Attendance: 7,622
3:00 PM Kick-off

George Shaw 

Team Managers
Jim Duffy

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

12. Paul Tosh
14. Jim Hamilton

Paul Tosh for Noel Blake

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

A. W. Waddell (Edinburgh) (Referee)
M. F. Pocock (Aberdeen) & C. W. Bull (Glasgow) (Assistants)

Match Report

This match has no report.

Squad Statistics (as at February 18th, 1995)

1994-95 All Time
Michel Pageaud (GK)28 31 - 42 -
Neil Duffy27 182304
Noel Blake - 31 - 582
Jim Duffy35 15 - 2022
Kevin Bain22 222652
Neil McCann20 283564
Morten Wieghorst23 273808
Ray Farningham33 242524
Dusan Vrto29 23 - 1021
Gerry Britton - 30175021
George Shaw26 32125320
Paul Tosh (sub)21 276588

League Table (as at February 18th, 1995)

No league table has been added for this season.

Manager's Programme Notes

Up until now when penning this column, happily, I have been able to be positive for most of the season.

Unfortunately, the defeat at Somerset was one of the sore points which afflict every manager at some stage.

The result against Dunfermline and Ayr United may have been the same, but that was the only resemblance of the two performances.

Despite, losing the players were cheered off the park after our last home match with Dunfermline because the supporters whilst rightly expecting 100% commitment, also fully appreciate it when they see it irrespective of the result.

However, at Somerset Park last week our display was at the opposite end of the scale where we were totally out played and out fought.

I simply cannot understand why, but as I have already stated publicly, I was very disappointed with the players attitude. Not wishing to dwell on it any longer, I just hope that it was a one off and that they have got it out of their system because we are coming to a crucial stage of the season. The top of the table is a pressure pot situation, but we are still ambitions to finish ahead of the pack.

This afternoon's game is the start of two vital meetings with Raith Rovers who are undoubtedly Scotland's form team with eight back to back victories. It is, however, the kind of game to which our players will respond because they are well aware that only their best will do.

Today's Tennents Scottish Cup meeting of the top two in the league will I am sure be a tremendous advert for the First Division and, of course, victory presents a passage to the quarter finals of the cup.

Hopefully, with the backing of our supporters, we can get back to winning ways after the two recent set backs in the league.