SV Jestetten 0
Dundee 2
Friendly (Tour of West Germany and Switzerland)


Jestetten 

0 - 2

Dundee


Friendly (Tour of West Germany and Switzerland)
Monday, July 23rd, 1984
3:00 PM Kick-off


Goalscorers
None. Stuart Rafferty 
Albert Kidd 

Team Managers
Unknown. Archie Knox

Starting Eleven
Unknown. John Suttar .1
Rab Shannon .2
Jim Smith .3
John McCormack .4
Tosh McKinlay .5
Stuart Rafferty .6
John Brown .7
Paul Kerr .8
Albert Kidd .9
Walker McCall .10
Trialist .11

Bench
None.

Substitutions
None. None.

Cautions
None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.

Match Officials





Match Report


Newspaper extract from The Courier.

Dundee continued their unbeaten run in West Germany last night by beating another excellent amateur side. Their tour record so far now reads two wins, one draw.

Goals by newcomer Stuart Rafferty and Albert Kidd, both in the first half, were enough to down amateur opposition described by manager Archie Knox as "Good-but not as good as the previous two clubs we played."

With four players unfit with the same complaint-thigh injuries-Dundee's choice was limited, and their victory all the more praiseworthy.

George McGeachie, Ray Stephen, Colin Harris and Colin Hendry were unavailable and though Bobby Glennie was on the bench, he too has a thigh knock.

Dundee had Brora Rangers keeper Suttar in goal, and a junior trialist up front.

Their starting team was (4-3-3)-Suttar; Shannon, Smith, McCormack, McKinlay; Rafferty, Brown, Kerr; Kidd, McCall, Trialist.

"I'm quite satisfied with the way things are going," reports the manager.

"We have our problems with injuries, and the players are feeling tired after a lot of hard training and travelling.

"But we are getting into a rhythm, and we've been able to try out a few permutations-all part of the build-up."

The Dens players have little chance of getting over that tiredness.

Tonight they go over the border to Switzerland-a half-hour trip-to play Horgen. Then it's on to Eppstein tomorrow night, to make it three games in three days.

Archie hopes George McGeachie, at least, of his casualties will be fit to play tonight, and that Bobby Glennie, too, will be available.

He also hopes for better playing conditions than last night. The pitch at Jestetten wasn't in good condition, and grass was too long.

But it's all part of the build- up!



Squad Statistics (as at July 23rd, 1984)


1984-85 All Time
Age






League Table (as at July 23rd, 1984)


No league table has been added for this season.