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  1. Paul Hartley reverted to a 4-4-2 formation and made two changes: bringing in youngsters Craig Wighton and 18 year old Cameron Kerr, who was making his first start. Kevin McBride dropped onto the bench and Gary Irvine was suspended. The eye-catching name in the Cowdenbeath line up was Greg Stewart, who started in attack for the visitors after signing a pre-contract agreement with Dundee. The Dark Blues have been slow starters this season, but today they got off to a blistering start. Martin Boyle beat his man on the right and his low cross was flicked beyond the far post by Wighton. T
  2. Paul Hartley made only one change to last week's line up. Carlo Monti was a straight replacement for the injured Ryan Conroy on the left flank. The home side fielded a cautious five man defence and were happy to sit deep and try to hit the Dee on the break. Martin Boyle's pace was the main early threat to the home defence. He was unlucky not to win a penalty when he got on the wrong side of centre back Armstrong and seemed to be pushed over. The home defence needed all their wits about them to cope with the Dark Blues fierce pressing game in the final third, but Dundee were strugglin
  3. Not surprisingly John Brown fielded an unchanged line up but the players who had reached the top of the table never looked at ease against the team who are second from bottom. Dundee's best spell of the match was the opening 20 minutes. Without being truly convincing they were able to work the ball into dangerous positions and create a couple of chances. Craig Beattie took Riley's cross in his stride and his fierce shot spun off Armstong and wide. An excellent Lockwood cross then found Beattie at the far post but his header flew across goal, just missing the far post and MacDonald's
  4. Willie Dyer was missing from the squad and Matt Lockwood stepped in to play left back. Apart from that the Dee were unchanged from last week. Cowdenbeath offered a threat only in the opening 20 minutes, which were fairly even until Dundee took charge. Greg Stewart's neat control allowed him to cut in from the right, but his shot was taken easily by Letheren. At the other end Dundee passed up chance after chance. Nicky Riley took Beattie's pass and shot across goal. Peter MacDonald's poor first touch cost him a good chance from Riley's pass. A spell on frantic pressure on the home goa
  5. Can you tell me what helped you become a Cowdenbeath fan and what your earliest memory of supporting the Blue Brazil is? My Dad is from Cowdenbeath so I was brought up supporting them and getting taken to games on a Saturday. It was a case of my team was chosen for me rather than I chose my team. The earliest memory I have was beating Arbroath 6-2 at Central Park at the beginning of the 94/95 season. I’m sure the game was fairly early on in the season and as you’d expect, I was pretty optimistic about the season. We ended up finishing 9th in Division 3 which was the first season of the th
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  7. Dundee new striker gets hat-trick and the Dark blues make up for the game against Buckie Thistle with a 3 goal win! Cowdenbeath 0 - 3 Dundee
  8. Cowdenbeath vs Dundee Venue: Central Park Date: 26th July 2017 KO: 7.45PM Referee: Euan Anderson Linesmen: Ralph Gordon, Stuart Hodge Match Facts: Dundee and Cowdenbeath have only came face to face in this competition back in 1979 when Dundee beat the Blue Brazil 7-2 on agg The first tie at Central Park ended in a 4-1 victory for the Dee in front of 1,551 supporters. Eric Sinclair (2), Jim Shirra and Ian Redford got the goals. The team that day was: Donaldson, Barr, Turnbull, MacLaren, Glennie, Watson, Williamson, Shirra, Sinclair, Redford, Murphy Subs: Fletcher,
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