Dundee 1
Clydebank (1965) 1
League (First Division)

1 - 1
Clydebank (1965) 

League (First Division)
Saturday, October 21st, 1995
Dens Park
Attendance: 2,708
3:00 PM Kick-off

Neil Duffy 

Team Managers
Jim Duffy

Starting Eleven
1. Michel Pageaud
2. Ray Farningham
3. Jim Duffy
4. Roddy Manley
5. Tommy McQueen
6. Paul Tosh
7. Morten Wieghorst
8. Neil Duffy
9. Neil McCann
10. Gerry Britton
11. Jim Hamilton

12. Dusan Vrto
14. George Shaw
15. Iain Anderson

Dusan Vrto for Neil Duffy
George Shaw for Morten Wieghorst

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

W. S. G. Young (Clarkson) (Referee)
T. Brown (Edinburgh) & I. R. Brines (Forres) (Assistants)

Match Report

This match has no report.

Squad Statistics (as at October 21st, 1995)

1995-96 All Time
Michel Pageaud (GK)29 15 - 68 -
Tommy McQueen31 13 - 13 -
Neil Duffy28 131546
Jim Duffy36 6 - 2172
Roddy Manley30 10 - 10 -
Neil McCann21 154818
Morten Wieghorst24 12410114
Ray Farningham34 101737
Gerry Britton - 916423
Paul Tosh22 1447913
Jim Hamilton19 16105023
Dusan Vrto (sub)29 11 - 1181
George Shaw (sub)26 1678035

League Table (as at October 21st, 1995)

No league table has been added for this season.

Manager's Programme Notes

The last two weeks has seen us get back on the rails after the disappointing derby result. Our last home match against St Mirren's created its own kind of problems following the big match atmosphere generated by the derby and it wasn't until the second half that we got in our stride, but having done that we ran out comfortable winners.

Then it was on to East End Park and there little doubt that this was a big game not only for us, but also the whole of the First Division in view of the eight point advantage with which Dunfermline headed into our visit. Fortunately, we managed to get the right result and the three points were achieved by hard work display rather

than a classy one. But it demonstrated that we can dig in when needed and it was particularly pleasing that we came away with what was our first clean sheet in the league since the opening day of the season.

I'll readily admit that we didn't create as many chances against Dunfermline as we have done in most other games this season, and for once one goal from the forwards was enough for us to secure victory thanks to a much sounder defensive performance. In many ways the problems we face

this afternoon, apart from the fact that Clydebank are a very useful side and very hard to beat, are similar to the ones we experienced against St Mirren when our fans were relatively quiet seeming to think that victory was inevitable. The vocal backing at East End Park last Saturday was tremendous and the players seemed to respond accordingly.

All I would ask is that you are equally as voluble this afternoon for a game which will be just as hard as last weekend which Clydebank's win over Morton and draw at Airdrie I. Their last two outing confirms.