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  1. The ref against Alloa Athletic was Mike Roncone . How did you rate his performance in this game?
  2. How did you rate James McPake's team selection, substitutions and performance today?
  3. Press interview with Paul McGowan who discusses the Dark Blues midweek action against Alloa at Dens Park.
  4. Alloa travel to the Dens for the first time since 2014 to face the dark blue half of Dundee.
  5. How did you rate James McPake's team selection, substitutions and performance tonight?
  6. The dark blues headed south to Recreation Park to play Alloa in tonight's Ladbrooke's Championship match. McPake's team remained unchanged from Ayr United win last Friday. The only change was Ness in on the bench for Todd who was injured in that game. Hemmings opened the scoring on the 15th minute assisted by Declan McDiad. Hemmings made it two in the 39th minute when Hemmings volleyed a Marshal cross into the net. Mackie comes on as a sub and scores three minutes later and Hemmings has an assist. Alloa Athletic 0 - 3 Dundee
  7. Our next fixture is against Alloa Athletic. We meet Alloa at Dens Park way back in September. The Dark Blues went ahead in the second minute after a Declan McDaid came back off the crossbar and Danny Johnson pounced from a short distance to tap the ball into the empty net. Alloa equalised eight minutes later when Liam Dick scored from a badly defended set piece. Josh McPake skipped past a defender, ran into the penalty area and slid a pass to Josh McGhee, McGhee turned the ball into the net from close range. Alloa Athletic have only lost on of their 4 last games. They have beaten the league leaders United at home, drawn 2-2 with Inverness and 1-1 with Dunfermline and were beaten 3-0 by Inverness in the Scottish Cup Challenge. Team selection has been corrected to multiple players now!
  8. Dundee's Ladbrooke's Championship game against Alloa Athletic, Tuesday 29th October at 7:45pm at The Indodrill Stadium, will be pay at the gate only. So no need to purchase tickets for this game before travelling. Dundee will be hoping to make it two away wins on the bounce when facing Alloa Athletic in the Ladbrooke's Championship fixture tomorrow night. Dundee last faced Alloa Athletic back in September and secured the three points in a hard fought 2 - 1 against Peter Grants Wasps at the Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park. Danny Johnson gave Dundee a quick lead when he found the net in the 2nd minute. Liam Dick equalised eight minutes later and Jordan McGhee scored the winner in the 39th minute. Jack Hamilton saved an Alan Trouten's penalty late in the second half. Supporters Information This is a pay at the gate game and the ticket prices are as follows: Adults: £18, Concessions: £10 (Over 65’s), Under 14's: £4 Supporters buses should park in Morrisons Supermarket car park and Car parking is available in Morrisons and town centre car parks. There is no charge. Alloa Athletic have adopted a robust and thorough search policy for spectators entering the stadium, especially in relation to pyrotechnics and controlled containers. All bags will be searched and spectators may also be subject to search. Any supporter who refuses to be searched will not be permitted to enter the stadium. No supporter will be admitted to the stadium who are deemed to be under the influence of alcohol. Disabled Supporters There is a communal disabled area under the main stand, which offers cover from inclement weather. Match Officials Referee: Barry Cook Assistant Referee: Ralph Gordon Assistant Referee: Chris Hughes
  9. Declan McDaid and Paul McGowan got the goals against Ayr United last Friday night as Dundee closed the gap on the teams at the top of the league. The Dark Blues have managed to narrow the gap on Ayr United and Inverness, while remaining 6 points behind league leaders Dundee United. James McPake is expecting another hard game against Alloa after his Dundee side managed to earn a 2-1 win against Alloa in September. The manager said “Another tough one, they were very good when they came here and they caused us real problems”. “We won that game with a penalty save from Jack (Hamilton) to get the three points”. “Peter Grant has them playing well with some really nice football, but it’s about our performance and what we can do to impose our game on them. If we can deal with the pressure then I am confident that we can come out on top”. The only injury worries for the gaffer are Jack Hamilton and Josh Todd. Hamilton will be side-lined as he recovers from an appendicitis surgery which will rule the ‘keeper out of the side for at least another month. James McPake said: “We don’t know, it is a difficult one because he is a goalkeeper. It would have been easier if he was an outfield player but we are looking at around a month. Hopefully it will not be so long, as he has been good all season. He is recovering at home with his feet up after the key-hole surgery”. Jamie Ness is back in contention for a place, with the midfielder being declared fit after suffering from "niggling problems” that the ex-Plymouth player picked up after being injured against Elgin City in September. Josh Todd had to have a couple of stitches after the Ayr United game, and the manager stated he will assess the player’s fitness prior to the game before making a decision whether or not he will be available to make the squad.
  10. Shaun Byrne says “Its been buzzing” at training this week after victory over Alloa Athletic.
  11. James McPake keen to move on after two disappointing results with a home game against Alloa Athletic.
  12. The ref against Alloa Athletic was Allan Newlands. How did you rate his performance in this game?
  13. Alloa Athletic Football Club is a Scottish association football semi professional club based in the town of Alloa, Clackmannanshire. Founded as Clackmannan County in 1878, the club changed its name to Alloa a year later and to Alloa Athletic in 1883. The club competes in the Scottish League One as a member of the Scottish Professional Football League.[1] The club was elected to the second tier of the Scottish Football League in 1921–22, earning promotion to the top flight in its first season after winning the Second Division. Below the top two tiers, Alloa Athletic has finished runners-up in the third tier a record eight times without ever winning, the most recent coming in 2012–13, gaining promotion to the First Division via the play-offs. Alloa Athletic first entered in the Scottish Cup in 1883, its best result reaching the quarter-finals on three occasions, the last in 1988. The club's best result in a national cup competition was reaching the final of the Scottish Challenge Cup thrice; winning in 1999 and finishing runners-up in 2001 and 2015. The club's nickname is 'The Wasps', referring to its home colours of black and gold hoops. Alloa Athletic has been based at Recreation Park in Alloa since 1895.
  14. Recreation Park, also known as Recreation Grounds, The Recs and The Indodrill Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is a football stadium in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland. It is the home ground of Scottish Professional Football League team Alloa Athletic, who have played there since 1895. Additionally, BSC Glasgow of the Scottish Lowland Football League have been groundsharing at Recreation Park since 2016. Central Girls Football Academy have used the stadium for home matches from 2017. The stadium has an artificial playing surface and has a capacity of 3,100. Alloa Athletic have played at Recreation Park since 1895. A wooden main stand was built during the 1920s. Around 1950, a terracing cover was built on the Hilton Road Side. A record attendance of 15,467 was set by a 1954–55 Scottish Cup match against Celtic. Floodlights were installed in 1979. A new main stand was opened in 1991. The new main stand cost £350,000, most of which was provided by the Football Trust. By the mid-1990s, when the ground was being used for Rangers reserve team matches, capacity had been restricted to just over 4,000. An artificial surface was installed at the ground before the 2007–08 season. A seated stand was constructed on the Hilton Road Side in 2008. Clyde played matches at Recreation Park early in the 2012–13 season, while a synthetic surface was being installed at Broadwood Stadium. On 12 September 2014, a six-figure sponsorship deal was struck that saw the stadium renamed as The Indodrill Stadium. However, supporters of the club continue to call it Recreation Park, Recreation Grounds or The Recs. In June 2016 it was announced that from the 2016–17 season, Alloa would ground share with Lowland Football League side BSC Glasgow, while the latter continued to work towards their goal of having their own facility.
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