Clydebank 0
Dundee 0
League (First Division)


0 - 0


League (First Division)
Saturday, March 22nd, 1997
Boghead Park
3:00 PM Kick-off

None. None.

Team Managers
Brian Wright John McCormack

Starting Eleven
Unknown. Gary McGlynn .1
Barry Smith .2
Robbie Raeside .3
Craig Tully .4
Iain Anderson .5
Dariusz Adamczuck .6
Gary McKeown .7
Hugh Robertson .8
Kevin Magee .9
George Shaw .10
Jerry O'Driscoll .11

None. Gavin Rae .12
David Winnie .14
Graham Bayne .15

None. Gavin Rae for Iain Anderson

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.

Match Officials

Match Report

Newspaper extract from The Courier.

Failure to hit the target against second from bottom Clydebank may well have confirmed the worst fears of Dundee fans following last week's events at Dens Park.

Inevitably, critics were always going to point to a lack of "power" up front

On a dreary, wet day at Boghead, Dundee failed to take their chances, while old boys Lee Power and Paul Tosh got off to a winning start with Hibs, the latter grabbing a goal in the process.

George Shaw was Dundee's most creative player and came closest to scoring, but he was denied twice from close range by Bankies keeper McFarlane.

Clydebank had looked like getting the better of Dundee only in a period towards the end of the first half, and briefly at the start of the second.

In the first half, their much admired winger Gary Teale showed signs of why Newcastle United and Tottenham have shown interest in buying him, but he faded away in the scrappy second period, which the Dark Blues had by far the better of.

Dundee boss John McCormack seemed to acknowledge the need for added firepower, saying that at least some of the money gained from the sale of Power and Tosh would be made available for new purchases, and that he would be busy over the next week looking at players.

He added, "It wasn't the most classy of games and there weren't a great deal of chances.

"It was hard for us as Clydebank are fighting for their lives to stay in the First Division.

"On the day, we didn't capitalise on having the better players.

Clydebank coach Brian Wright said. "Dundee had the majority of the chances.

"We had a fair bit of the game but the final ball wasn't good enough."

Squad Statistics (as at March 22nd, 1997)

1996-97 All Time
Gary McGlynn (GK) - 10 - 10 -
Craig Tully - 20 - 25 -
Barry Smith - 38 - 59 -
Gary McKeown - 20 - 813
Robbie Raeside - 404404
Dariusz Adamczuck - 361602
Kevin Magee - 261261
Hugh Robertson - 121121
Iain Anderson - 3667410
Jerry O'Driscoll - 19102511
George Shaw - 24613345
Gavin Rae (sub) - 172232

League Table (as at March 22nd, 1997)

No league table has been added for this season.