Dundee 3
Cove Rangers 0
League Cup (Group B)


Dundee
3 - 0
Cove Rangers 

League Cup (Group B)
Tuesday, November 10th, 2020
Dens Park (Behind closed doors)
7:45 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
Paul McGowan (6)
Danny Mullen (84)
Charlie Adam (pen.) (87)
None.

Team Managers
James McPake
Paul Hartley

Starting Eleven
1. Jack Hamilton
2. Cammy Kerr
16. Christie Elliott
3. Jordan McGhee
23. Jordan Marshall
24. Max Anderson
8. Shaun Bryne
10. Paul McGowan
26. Charlie Adam
11. Declan McDaid
9. Danny Mullen
Stuart McKenzie
Adam Livingstone
Scott Ross
Ryan Strachan
Jamie Semple
Seb Ross
Blair Yule
Jordon Brown
Jamie Masson
Mitchel Megginson
Leighton McIntosh

Bench
12. Calum Ferrie
20. Jack Wilkie
Danny Strachan
27. Luke Strachan
19. Finlay Robertson
39. Nicholas Hamilton
Cameron Blacklock
Balint Demus
Connor Scully
Broque Watson
Hamish Ritchie
Rory McAllister
Ross Graham

Substitutions
Finlay Robertson for Shaun Bryne (74)
Jack Wilkie for Danny Mullen (88)
Nicholas Hamilton for Jordan McGhee (88)
Cameron Blacklock for Max Anderson (88)
Ross Graham for Jamie Semple (46)
Hamish Ritchie for Seb Ross (67)
Connor Scully for Jordon Brown (67)
Broque Watson for Leighton McIntosh (69)
Rory McAllister for Mitch Megginson (70)

Cautions
Max Anderson (54)
Ross Graham (87)

Red Cards
None. Blair Yule (42)
Jamie Masson (54)
Match Officials

Craig Napier (Referee)
Graham McNeillie & Michael MacDermid (Assistants)


Match Report


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Squad Statistics (as at November 10th, 2020)


2020-21 All Time
Age
Jack Hamilton (GK)26 3 - 45 -
Jordan Marshall24 6 - 29 -
Jordan McGhee24 6 - 362
Christie Elliott29 5 - 11 -
Cammy Kerr24 611674
Max Anderson19 5 - 6 -
Declan McDaid24 51364
Charlie Adam34 6464
Paul McGowan33 6122316
Shaun Bryne27 5 - 34 -
Danny Mullen25 6363
Jack Wilkie (sub) - 1 - 1 -
Finlay Robertson (sub)17 4 - 26 -
Cameron Blacklock (sub) - 1 - 1 -
Nicholas Hamilton (sub)24 1 - 1 -






League Table (as at November 10th, 2020)


Pld W D L +/- Pts

No games played.


Manager's Programme Notes


Good evening, we are looking forward to getting back in action tonight back at the Kilmac Stadium.

We come.into the game unbeaten in three but very disappointed with the previous two results.

Despite being two very different games we were disappointed to only take a point in each of them.

I was disappointed that we have conceded two goals from crosses on Friday, it's frustrating. It's my job to get it right and I'll take it on the chin.

I set them up and signed the players but there has to be a responsibility when the ball comes into the box that you go and win it and not give away easy goals.

Alloa are a good side who can cut you open. If they had scored three goals by doing that I'd hold my hands up but they haven't

The three goals were very avoidable and that is something we have been working on.

The positive is we showed good team spirit to fight back and take a point.

Tonight will be another tough test so we will have to beat our best. We know what Paul's team bring and they have started the season very well.

Wherever you are watching tonight.

Enjoy the game,