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    Match Reports 2013

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    • Match Reports 2013

      Montrose 1 - 5 Dundee (Friendly)

      After a closed doors win over Hamilton at the weekend the Dark Blues started their public pre-season campaign with a comfortable 5-1 win over Montrose at Links Park. Carlo Monti opened the scorimng with a penalty after signing for the Dee. Martin Boyle added a second before half time. Another new signing, Steven Doris, headed the third before Garry Wood pulled a goal back for Montrose. Late goals by Craig Wighton and a trialist meant the scoreline reflect Dundee's dominance.

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      Forfar 0 - 1 Dundee (Friendly)

      Dundee continued their pre-season campaign with another win, but Forfar gave the Dark Blues a much tougher workout than Montrose in midweek. A first half goal from Carlo Monti secured the win, but the Dee had to ride their luck late in the match and Forfar will be disappointed they failed to grab a draw.

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      Lochee United 1 - 4 Dundee (Friendly)

      Dundee ran out comfortable 4-1 winners in this afternoon's friendly at Thompson Park. However, the Dark Blues had to work hard to break the Bluebells down with all the goals coming in the second half. United came closest to scoring in a keenly contested first half, but goals from the Dark Blue front three settled the game after the break. Steven Doris scored twice while Craig Wighton and Martin Boyle claimed one each. Former Dundee youth player Jon Voigt provide the Bluebells' consolation goal.

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      Queen Of the South 4 - 3 Dundee

      Dundee's 4-3 defeat in Dumfries today was a painful lesson in how tough this season's Championship will be. The scoreline might look like a nail-biting seven goal thriller, but the sorry truth is that the Dee were beaten comfortably by an impressive Queen of the South. The day started well when Dundee took the lead with an early Peter MacDonald goal but Queens deservedly equalised through Derek Lyle on the stroke of half time.

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      Dundee 3 - 0 Livingston

      Dundee continued their improving form with a sold, professional 3-0 win over Livingston at Dens Park tonight. Carlo Monti gave the Dee the lead with a penalty just after the half hour. Declan Gallagher scored the second early in the second half and Peter MacDonald finished the scoring late on as the Dark Blues turned on the style.

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      Dundee 0 - 0 Hamilton

      Dundee had to be content with a single point against Hamilton Accies today after a goalless draw that the table topping visitors dominated. Keeper Kyle Letheren, with his fourth successive clean sheet in the league, was the man who made sure the Dee got anything at all from this game with a confident performance that included some fabulous saves.

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      Falkirk 3 - 1 Dundee

      Dundee slumped to a dreadful 3-1 defeat at the Falkirk Stadium today. Without playing consistently well or looking particularly convincing the Bairns ran out easy winners. Poor defending handed Falkirk a 3-0 lead with two goals from Rory Loy and one from Jay Fulton. A David McCracken own goal briefly lifted the Dee, but by then the game was lost and Dundee never looked remotely like saving a point.

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      Dundee 0 - 1 Inverness Caley Thistle

      Dundee were pipped by Inverness Caley Thistle 1-0 in a tight and entertaining tussle at Dens Park tonight. An early Billy McKay goal clinched the game for Terry Butcher's Highlanders. However, Dean Brill was the real hero. He proved unbeatable in the visitors' goal and ensured Caley Thistle won a game they could well have lost.

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      Dundee 3 - 1 Morton

      Dundee hit their best form of the season to blow Morton away in an entertaining and thoroughly convincing 3-1 win at Dens Park today. Tomas Pecier put the visitors ahead against the run of play in the first half. Any fears that the Dee might fail to ram home their superiority were removed in a blistering opening to the second half when Peter MacDonald knocked in two goals. Craig Beattie scored the third midway through the second half as the Dark Blue faithful lapped up the entertainment with the Dee utterly dominant all over the pitch.

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