Dundee 3
Cowdenbeath 0
Challenge Cup (2nd Round)

3 - 0

Challenge Cup (2nd Round)
Monday, September 11th, 1995
Dens Park
Attendance: 1,001
3:00 PM Kick-off

Andy Cargill 
Iain Anderson 
George Shaw 

Team Managers
Jim Duffy

Starting Eleven
1. Michel Pageaud
2. Ray Farningham
3. Neil Duffy
4. Dusan Vrto
5. Tommy McQueen
6. Paul Tosh
7. Roy McBain
8. Andy Cargill
9. Iain Anderson
10. George Shaw
11. Jim Hamilton

12. Jerry O'Driscoll
14. Mike Teasdale
15. Kevin Bain

Jerry O'Driscoll for George Shaw
Mike Teasdale for Roy McBain
Kevin Bain for Iain Anderson

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

M. Clark (Edinburgh) (Referee)
A. Emslie (Aberdeen) & E. Young (Prestonpans) (Assistants)

Match Report

This match has no report.

Squad Statistics (as at September 11th, 1995)

1995-96 All Time
Michel Pageaud (GK)29 8 - 61 -
Neil Duffy28 6 - 475
Tommy McQueen31 6 - 6 -
Dusan Vrto29 8 - 1151
Ray Farningham34 41677
Roy McBain20 1 - 1 -
Iain Anderson18 72214
Andy Cargill20 82223
Paul Tosh21 717210
Jim Hamilton19 864219
George Shaw26 827230
Kevin Bain (sub)22 8 - 772
Mike Teasdale (sub)26 1 - 261
Jerry O'Driscoll (sub)17 1 - 1 -

League Table (as at September 11th, 1995)

No league table has been added for this season.

Manager's Programme Notes

Our last cup outing against Kilmarnock demonstrated the standard which the players can achieve if everyone pulls together.. After a very indifferent first half we produced a tremendous performance after the break to progress to the quarter finals of the Coca-Cola Cup.

The individual contributions of Paul Tosh and Morten Wieghorst won the game, helping us to create a lot of chances, but every one pulled their weight in what was a fine second half performance.

Unfortunately we had Gerry Britton and Morten Wieghorst missing at Clydebank and Roddy Manly was was less than 100% fit, but played and our performance was lethargic and the fact we only took a point from the game was a great dissapointment, particularly after the fine result against Killie.

On Saturday we were due at Greenock and that constituted a difficult enough test without having to do with several missing faces through injury.

At the start of the season we had a settled side and were playing fluently, but the succession of changes we have been forced into making seems to have upset that fluency and we must concentrate on getting it back.

Every cloud has a silver lining and those injuries will open the door for one or two youngsters to be included in this evening's squad against Cowdenbeath. Gerry O'Driscoll is one who'll be in contention and if he or any others play tonight, then hopefully our supporters will give them every encouragement to do well.