Dundee 4
Forfar Athletic 0
League Cup (2nd Round)


Dundee
4 - 0
Forfar 

League Cup (2nd Round)
Tuesday, August 24th, 2004
Dens Park
Attendance: 3,047
3:00 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
Steve Lovell (66)
Steve Lovell (82)
Iain Anderson (87)
Steve Lovell (pen.) (90)
None.

Team Managers
Jim Duffy
Ray Stewart

Starting Eleven
1. Derek Soutar
16. Jonay Hernández
3. Brent Sancho
17. Callum MacDonald
2. Barry Smith
5. Bobby Mann
11. Iain Anderson
12. Garry Brady
15. Neil Jablonski
10. John Sutton
9. Steve Lovell
Michael Brown
Alan Rattray
David Lowing
Eddie Forrest
David King
David McClune
Barry Sellars
PaulLunan
Paul Tosh
Paul Shields
Jay Stein

Bench
13. Kelvin Jack
8. Mark Fotheringham
14. Neil Barrett
7. Glen Atle Larsen
21. Bobby Linn
Neil Ferrie
David Dunn
Mark Booth
Mathu King
Martin Maher

Substitutions
Kelvin Jack for Derek Soutar
Glen Atle Larsen for Iain Anderson
Mark Fotheringham for Neil Jablonski (86)
Glen Atle Larsen for John Sutton (87)
Mathu King for David McClune (85)
Martin Maher for Paul Lunan (77)

Cautions
Brent Sancho
Callum MacDonald
Barry Smith
Eddie Forrest
Lunan

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

B. Cassidy (Referee)


Match Report


This match has no report.



Squad Statistics (as at August 24th, 2004)


2004-05 All Time
Age
Derek Soutar (GK) - 4 - 5 -
Brent Sancho - 3 - 28 -
Jonay Hernández - 4 - 781
Bobby Mann - 4 - 4 -
Barry Smith - 4 - 3524
Callum MacDonald - 4 - 11 -
Iain Anderson - 4115721
Garry Brady - 4 - 811
Steve Lovell - 456626
John Sutton - 4141
Neil Jablonski - 4 - 20 -
Kelvin Jack (sub) (GK) - 1 - 1 -
Mark Fotheringham (sub) - 4 - 334
Glen Atle Larsen (sub) - 3 - 3 -
Glen Atle Larsen (sub) - 3 - 3 -






League Table (as at August 24th, 2004)


No league table has been added for this season.


Manager's Programme Notes


What a difference a week makes.

After richly deserving praise in winning the derby at Tannadice, where we showed tremendous commitment, against Motherwell on Saturday, it all went pear shaped.

Frankly, apart from the final ten minutes. we didn't play at all.

In almost every aspect Motherwell were the better team and worked hard as a unit, and had the greater appetite

In fact they showed all the qualities I was looking from our players, but didn't get.

Having worked so hard in the opening two games, the one thing we have shown was terrific desire to keep trying to get a result.

Unfortunately, that wasn't in evidence against Motherwell and hence the reason we lost.

Whilst we can never guarantee classy football and silky soccer, we should be able to guarantee 100% commitment and the attitude has to be there all the time to try to compete in matches.

That will very much be the case tonight. when we take on a Forfar side that have got off to a flying start with five wins out of five.

Included in those victories was a 5-2 success at St Mirren in the last round. So given that result and our poor performance on Saturday, you can take it as read that there will be no complacency on our part this evening as we endeavour to go one step better than last season when we reached the semi-final of this competition.