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  1. DUNDEE UP FOR THE CUP DOUBLE! We look back at Billy Campbell's Ghost 1992 Dundee FC programme piece which features our games against Hibernian in the 1974 Scottish Cup. This is not entirely new in Scotland with both old firm sides having won trebles over throughout their chequered histories and Aberdeen having achieved the cup double as recently as 1989/90. Even today's opponents, Hibs harboured dreams of a cup double last season when after securing the League Cup they felt their name was also on the Scottish Cup - unfortunately Airdrie had other ideas and duly sent them packing on their own patch at Easter Road! Dundee had an early opportunity to illuminate the history books in season 1951/52 when having already won the League Cup against Rangers, faced Motherwell in the Scottish Cup Final and were red hot favourites to pick up the second cup - this fell flat when they were crushed by four second half Motherwell goals to confound the bookies of the day! More recently, in 1973/74 Dundee had another glorious chance to achieve this fantastic double when they won the League Cup in December 1973 by beating Celtic 1 - 0 at Hampden and at the turn of the year embarked on a great Scottish Cup campaign that many felt just had to end in double glory! After beating Aberdeen 2 - 0 at Pittodrie and then Rangers 3 - 0 at Ibrox, Dundee were drawn against today's opponents Hibs again away from Dens Park. Hibs in those days were a terrific side regularly finishing runners up in the league and not too far away from finding the consistency desired to become real champions and players such as Pat Stanton, Alex Cropley, Alan Gordon and the late Erich Schaedlar were real quality and a tremendous test for Dundee's cup double ambitions. The roads and miles to Edinburgh on 16 March 1974 were clogged with dark blue scarves out of car windows and dozens of coaches headed for Edinburgh for the next test in Dundee' s road to Hampden. I can remember travelling regularly with my father, brother in law and mate in these days and the sense of anticipation was such that we fully expected Dundee to win games like these as we were more than a match for anyone that season - also having recently won at Parkhead in the league. Once inside Easter Road it was obvious the dark blue contingent was huge - with no segregation it was difficult to tell how many were there but estimates at the time put it at around 10-12,000! Once the teams had emerged the reception for Dundee was incredible - Dundee fans were everywhere - on all four sides of Easter Road and when the standites starting their foot-stomping and regular 'Dundee, Dundee' chants, the rest of Easter Road joined in and suddenly it became like a home game - it was awesome to a young lad like me. There was the by now familiar sight of the wee laddie of around six running on from the Dundee support to give Thomson Allan the Dundee good luck charm of a cardboard cup wrapped in silver foil to the great roar of approval of the dark blue fans - the wee soul would probably be frog-marched out of the ground nowadays for a night in some Edinburgh nick! The game itself was fantastic - the score see-sawing from 1 - 0 to Dundee to 2 - 1 to Hibs, then 3 - 2 Dundee, then finally a memorable 3 - 3 draw and a replay at Dens. Dundee's scorers were Jocky Scott, John Duncan and Jimmy Wilson while the Hibs trio came from a great hat-trick by Alan Gordon, who went on to play for both Dundee clubs as well as both Edinburgh clubs. I can still remember the TV highlights at night when, after Dundee went 3 - 2 up the BBC cameras focussed on the Dundee fans and it looked like a solid mass of joy and hysteria as thousands of Dee fans jigged with delight on Archie MacPherson’s Sportscene. The crowd that afternoon was around 28,000 and as the Dundee fans headed back across the forth bridge tooting their horns even they could not have foreseen what the midweek replay would bring. THE REPLAY The following Wednesday I headed up to Dens around 6:30 from Broughty Ferry and on a beautiful spring evening all I could see ahead of our car was a huge tailback of traffic not moving - surely everyone couldn't be going to Dens? Well they were, and luckily we got in around 7:20 where the ground was packed and evidently there were huge queues outside, as the first game at Easter road had caught everyone's imagination especially with it being on telly. When the game began no Dundee fan could have forecast the scenario as Dundee raced into a three goal half-time lead through Jocky Scott, John Duncan and Bobby Wilson. The second half was an anti-climax as Hibs settled and Dundee played out time having done the hard work so early. Hibs had brought a huge support to Dens and as in the first game the away fans must have numbered around 10,000. The official attendance was given as 30,388 with an estimate of 4,000 locked out or having given up in frustration and gone home! The receipts were £10,814 which illustrates the value of the pound then and now! This era was one of obvious great excitement and I can remember the Courier’s main news item the next day was all about the traffic jams through Fife to the Tay Bridge with Hibs fans pouring north and how thousands of fans of both sides did not get into dens until half-time and had missed all the goals. The teams in both ties were: Dundee: Allan, R.Wilson, Gemmell, Ford, Stewart, Phillip, J.Wilson, Robinson, Duncan, Scott, Lambie. Hibs: McArthur, Smith, Schaedler, Spalding, Black, Blackley, O’Rourke, Stanton, Gordon, Cropley, Duncan. At this time Dundee were becoming favourites for the cup and with Celtic in the semis it was a chance to avenge previous semi defeats. I was on a residential pre-university course at St.Andrews and five of us sneaked away to Hampden where we were again disappointed as Dundee fell to the Celts yet again by 1-0 with captain Tommy Gemmell caught dribbling on the edge of his box only for Ronnie Glavin to dispossess him and score the winner. This ended the Dundee dream of double cup honours but the quality of football then even moved a couple of journalists to forecast Dundee for league honours the following season - we all know they were wrong but the football and challenge made by this club then still gives me my greatest memories of supporting the Dees and as I mentioned earlier in this article wouldn’t it be just marvellous to see some of these old triumphs on a centenary video - what about it board members? View full blog
  2. TheDarkBlues

    1973-74 Sunday Travels

    SUNDAY SOCCER TREATS FOR DENS FANS! We venture back again with Billy Campbell's Ghost, this time his 1992 article on Dundee's 1974 Scottish cup run which ended in a 1-0 defeat to Celtic in the semi-finals. With the power cuts came early kick-offs to save on floodlighting and Dundee lifted the League Cup that season by defeating Celtic 1-0 at Hampden in a game that kicked off at 1pm and had such appalling weather that only around 30,000 were in attendance. Dundee also played a number of Sunday games then and became known as the 'Sunday Specials' as they won virtually every game they played including a fantastic Scottish Cup run and a couple of League wins - one which was a 2-1 victory at Parkhead. Having already won the League Cup that season, Dundee eagerly awaited the draw for the Scottish Cup and were paired with old north-east rivals Aberdeen at Pittodrie, a game immediately moved to the Sunday, 27 January 1974. The next round draw had been made after the Saturday ties and the winners had been drawn to meet rangers at Ibrox in the next round! So every incentive was there and the scene was set. A huge travelling support headed up to the Granite City that day hoping to douse the Northern Lights and set off on the trail for double cup glory. Around 24,000 were in Pittodrie that afternoon as the teams lined up: Aberdeen: Clark, Williamson and Hermiston; Smith, Young and Miller; Graham, Robb, Jarvie, Henry and Purdie. Dundee: Allan, R.Wilson and Johnston; Ford, Phillip and Gemmell; J. Wilson, Robinson, Duncan, Scott and Lambie. My memories are of sitting on a freezing cold day in the main stand witnessing a marvellous away performance surrounded by huge numbers of Dundee fans thoroughly enjoying the discomfort of the dispirited Dons fans. Davie Johnston, left back for the Dees that day has special memories as he scored one of his rare goals for the Dark Blues- a 25 yarder at that! 'Aberdeen had a hoodoo over Dundee and maybe still do, as they always seemed to dispose of us with relative ease for some unknown reason, but this day we were outstanding. We had the League Cup on the sideboard at Dens and were now a confident, good footballing side and as an Aberdeen lad I was always fired up for these derbies in particular!' 'I remember little detail of the match but my goal does stick in my mind (what a surprise Davie!). Bobby Ford had a shot blocked and I hit the rebound from around 25 yards and as Bobby Clark went one way, it struck Jim Henry and deflected into the other corner. I believe a paper put it down as an o.g. but take it from me - it was mine! The Dundee support were ecstatic and out sang the home fans so that it was almost like a home game for Dundee. 'Late in the second half, just after missing a sitter, Bobby 'Trigger' Robinson blasted one in the roof of the net to clinch it for us and our trip to Ibrox was confirmed'. This finally extinguished any flicker of hope in the Northern Lights and by this time the Dens fans were ready to sing “we're gonna win the cup” and as a fanatical 16-year old I was a leading light in the standites chorus much to my father’s embarrassment - he is a bit more reserved, but I'm sure he believed it as well! Dave, or Biffo, as he became to Dens diehards, due to his self-confessed robust approach to the game, has fond memories of his ten years at Dens especially that season, 'we then thrashed Rangers at Ibrox, again on a Sunday, 3-0 in front of 65,000 and hammered Hibs 3-0 after a 3-3 draw at Easter Road, only to play well below par in the semi against Celtic and lost 0-1' Dave remembers that Dundee had to do it the hard way, 'all our ties were away from home and some people were saying we had deserved the cup after winning the first three rounds. It was especially disappointing to lose the semi as it would have been United in the final and I don't think a cup could have been won by a tougher route, Aberdeen, Rangers, Hibs, Celtic and Dundee United -all away in effect! 'Still it was not to be and I still have my memories of great Dundee player such as Jocky, a complete footballer, Iain Philip and Jim Steele - all tremendous players to have in your side.' Dave recalls some of his most memorable opponents and rated two Celtic wingers as the ones who gave him the most bother, Jimmy Johnstone and after him, the late Johnny Doyle. 'Johnstone had his shimmy and Doyle had the pace, and both were tremendous players who always gave me a hard time.' After leaving Dens, Dave became player/coach at Montrose for a short time and then went into the financial side of the oil industry. He then returned to football as Commercial Manager at Dens and did a great job before being lured back to the world of industry. He has returned to football again and is here today as Commercial Manager of Aberdeen, his home town club - welcome back Biffo, although we hope to be putting out the Northern Lights again today!
  3. SUNDAY SOCCER TREATS FOR DENS FANS! We venture back again with Billy Campbell's Ghost, this time his 1992 article on Dundee's 1974 Scottish cup run which ended in a 1-0 defeat to Celtic in the semi-finals. With the power cuts came early kick-offs to save on floodlighting and Dundee lifted the League Cup that season by defeating Celtic 1-0 at Hampden in a game that kicked off at 1pm and had such appalling weather that only around 30,000 were in attendance. Dundee also played a number of Sunday games then and became known as the 'Sunday Specials' as they won virtually every game they played including a fantastic Scottish Cup run and a couple of League wins - one which was a 2-1 victory at Parkhead. Having already won the League Cup that season, Dundee eagerly awaited the draw for the Scottish Cup and were paired with old north-east rivals Aberdeen at Pittodrie, a game immediately moved to the Sunday, 27 January 1974. The next round draw had been made after the Saturday ties and the winners had been drawn to meet rangers at Ibrox in the next round! So every incentive was there and the scene was set. A huge travelling support headed up to the Granite City that day hoping to douse the Northern Lights and set off on the trail for double cup glory. Around 24,000 were in Pittodrie that afternoon as the teams lined up: Aberdeen: Clark, Williamson and Hermiston; Smith, Young and Miller; Graham, Robb, Jarvie, Henry and Purdie. Dundee: Allan, R.Wilson and Johnston; Ford, Phillip and Gemmell; J. Wilson, Robinson, Duncan, Scott and Lambie. My memories are of sitting on a freezing cold day in the main stand witnessing a marvellous away performance surrounded by huge numbers of Dundee fans thoroughly enjoying the discomfort of the dispirited Dons fans. Davie Johnston, left back for the Dees that day has special memories as he scored one of his rare goals for the Dark Blues- a 25 yarder at that! 'Aberdeen had a hoodoo over Dundee and maybe still do, as they always seemed to dispose of us with relative ease for some unknown reason, but this day we were outstanding. We had the League Cup on the sideboard at Dens and were now a confident, good footballing side and as an Aberdeen lad I was always fired up for these derbies in particular!' 'I remember little detail of the match but my goal does stick in my mind (what a surprise Davie!). Bobby Ford had a shot blocked and I hit the rebound from around 25 yards and as Bobby Clark went one way, it struck Jim Henry and deflected into the other corner. I believe a paper put it down as an o.g. but take it from me - it was mine! The Dundee support were ecstatic and out sang the home fans so that it was almost like a home game for Dundee. 'Late in the second half, just after missing a sitter, Bobby 'Trigger' Robinson blasted one in the roof of the net to clinch it for us and our trip to Ibrox was confirmed'. This finally extinguished any flicker of hope in the Northern Lights and by this time the Dens fans were ready to sing “we're gonna win the cup” and as a fanatical 16-year old I was a leading light in the standites chorus much to my father’s embarrassment - he is a bit more reserved, but I'm sure he believed it as well! Dave, or Biffo, as he became to Dens diehards, due to his self-confessed robust approach to the game, has fond memories of his ten years at Dens especially that season, 'we then thrashed Rangers at Ibrox, again on a Sunday, 3-0 in front of 65,000 and hammered Hibs 3-0 after a 3-3 draw at Easter Road, only to play well below par in the semi against Celtic and lost 0-1' Dave remembers that Dundee had to do it the hard way, 'all our ties were away from home and some people were saying we had deserved the cup after winning the first three rounds. It was especially disappointing to lose the semi as it would have been United in the final and I don't think a cup could have been won by a tougher route, Aberdeen, Rangers, Hibs, Celtic and Dundee United -all away in effect! 'Still it was not to be and I still have my memories of great Dundee player such as Jocky, a complete footballer, Iain Philip and Jim Steele - all tremendous players to have in your side.' Dave recalls some of his most memorable opponents and rated two Celtic wingers as the ones who gave him the most bother, Jimmy Johnstone and after him, the late Johnny Doyle. 'Johnstone had his shimmy and Doyle had the pace, and both were tremendous players who always gave me a hard time.' After leaving Dens, Dave became player/coach at Montrose for a short time and then went into the financial side of the oil industry. He then returned to football as Commercial Manager at Dens and did a great job before being lured back to the world of industry. He has returned to football again and is here today as Commercial Manager of Aberdeen, his home town club - welcome back Biffo, although we hope to be putting out the Northern Lights again today! View full blog
  4. We look back at Billy Campbell's Ghost 1992 Dundee FC programme piece, which features The Dees games against Hibernian in the 1974 Scottish Cup.
  5. TheDarkBlues

    1973-74 A Cup Double This Time

    DUNDEE UP FOR THE CUP DOUBLE! We look back at Billy Campbell's Ghost 1992 Dundee FC programme piece which features our games against Hibernian in the 1974 Scottish Cup. This is not entirely new in Scotland with both old firm sides having won trebles over throughout their chequered histories and Aberdeen having achieved the cup double as recently as 1989/90. Even today's opponents, Hibs harboured dreams of a cup double last season when after securing the League Cup they felt their name was also on the Scottish Cup - unfortunately Airdrie had other ideas and duly sent them packing on their own patch at Easter Road! Dundee had an early opportunity to illuminate the history books in season 1951/52 when having already won the League Cup against Rangers, faced Motherwell in the Scottish Cup Final and were red hot favourites to pick up the second cup - this fell flat when they were crushed by four second half Motherwell goals to confound the bookies of the day! More recently, in 1973/74 Dundee had another glorious chance to achieve this fantastic double when they won the League Cup in December 1973 by beating Celtic 1 - 0 at Hampden and at the turn of the year embarked on a great Scottish Cup campaign that many felt just had to end in double glory! After beating Aberdeen 2 - 0 at Pittodrie and then Rangers 3 - 0 at Ibrox, Dundee were drawn against today's opponents Hibs again away from Dens Park. Hibs in those days were a terrific side regularly finishing runners up in the league and not too far away from finding the consistency desired to become real champions and players such as Pat Stanton, Alex Cropley, Alan Gordon and the late Erich Schaedlar were real quality and a tremendous test for Dundee's cup double ambitions. The roads and miles to Edinburgh on 16 March 1974 were clogged with dark blue scarves out of car windows and dozens of coaches headed for Edinburgh for the next test in Dundee' s road to Hampden. I can remember travelling regularly with my father, brother in law and mate in these days and the sense of anticipation was such that we fully expected Dundee to win games like these as we were more than a match for anyone that season - also having recently won at Parkhead in the league. Once inside Easter Road it was obvious the dark blue contingent was huge - with no segregation it was difficult to tell how many were there but estimates at the time put it at around 10-12,000! Once the teams had emerged the reception for Dundee was incredible - Dundee fans were everywhere - on all four sides of Easter Road and when the standites starting their foot-stomping and regular 'Dundee, Dundee' chants, the rest of Easter Road joined in and suddenly it became like a home game - it was awesome to a young lad like me. There was the by now familiar sight of the wee laddie of around six running on from the Dundee support to give Thomson Allan the Dundee good luck charm of a cardboard cup wrapped in silver foil to the great roar of approval of the dark blue fans - the wee soul would probably be frog-marched out of the ground nowadays for a night in some Edinburgh nick! The game itself was fantastic - the score see-sawing from 1 - 0 to Dundee to 2 - 1 to Hibs, then 3 - 2 Dundee, then finally a memorable 3 - 3 draw and a replay at Dens. Dundee's scorers were Jocky Scott, John Duncan and Jimmy Wilson while the Hibs trio came from a great hat-trick by Alan Gordon, who went on to play for both Dundee clubs as well as both Edinburgh clubs. I can still remember the TV highlights at night when, after Dundee went 3 - 2 up the BBC cameras focussed on the Dundee fans and it looked like a solid mass of joy and hysteria as thousands of Dee fans jigged with delight on Archie MacPherson’s Sportscene. The crowd that afternoon was around 28,000 and as the Dundee fans headed back across the forth bridge tooting their horns even they could not have foreseen what the midweek replay would bring. THE REPLAY The following Wednesday I headed up to Dens around 6:30 from Broughty Ferry and on a beautiful spring evening all I could see ahead of our car was a huge tailback of traffic not moving - surely everyone couldn't be going to Dens? Well they were, and luckily we got in around 7:20 where the ground was packed and evidently there were huge queues outside, as the first game at Easter road had caught everyone's imagination especially with it being on telly. When the game began no Dundee fan could have forecast the scenario as Dundee raced into a three goal half-time lead through Jocky Scott, John Duncan and Bobby Wilson. The second half was an anti-climax as Hibs settled and Dundee played out time having done the hard work so early. Hibs had brought a huge support to Dens and as in the first game the away fans must have numbered around 10,000. The official attendance was given as 30,388 with an estimate of 4,000 locked out or having given up in frustration and gone home! The receipts were £10,814 which illustrates the value of the pound then and now! This era was one of obvious great excitement and I can remember the Courier’s main news item the next day was all about the traffic jams through Fife to the Tay Bridge with Hibs fans pouring north and how thousands of fans of both sides did not get into dens until half-time and had missed all the goals. The teams in both ties were: Dundee: Allan, R.Wilson, Gemmell, Ford, Stewart, Phillip, J.Wilson, Robinson, Duncan, Scott, Lambie. Hibs: McArthur, Smith, Schaedler, Spalding, Black, Blackley, O’Rourke, Stanton, Gordon, Cropley, Duncan. At this time Dundee were becoming favourites for the cup and with Celtic in the semis it was a chance to avenge previous semi defeats. I was on a residential pre-university course at St.Andrews and five of us sneaked away to Hampden where we were again disappointed as Dundee fell to the Celts yet again by 1-0 with captain Tommy Gemmell caught dribbling on the edge of his box only for Ronnie Glavin to dispossess him and score the winner. This ended the Dundee dream of double cup honours but the quality of football then even moved a couple of journalists to forecast Dundee for league honours the following season - we all know they were wrong but the football and challenge made by this club then still gives me my greatest memories of supporting the Dees and as I mentioned earlier in this article wouldn’t it be just marvellous to see some of these old triumphs on a centenary video - what about it board members?
  6. TheDarkBlues

    Dundee 2 - 4 Hibernian

  7. TheDarkBlues

    League Preview: Hibernian

    When and Where Dundee FC host Hibernian at The Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park on Friday 22nd February, and kick-off is at 19:45 GMT (7:45pm). This game will be shown to UK viewers on BT Sports. DeeTV subscribers can watch the game live (Outside the UK) or listen to live Audio (World Wide). You can also follow the game live on Dundee Football Clubs Twitter account @DundeeFC and normally at the Dark Blues forum for the fans live account of the game. Our Opposition Hibs were promoted back into the SPFL in 2016-17 season after spending a couple of years in the Championship - they were relegated in 2014. Terry Butcher was sacked and then replaced by Alan Stubbs, but he was however unable to lead them to promotion. Stubbs was able to guide them to a league cup final in which they lost to Ross County, but they would lift a cup the following season by beating Rangers in the Scottish Cup. Stubbs left Hibernian to Join Rotherham United and was then replaced by Neil Lennon. Lennon helped the Edinburgh club to the Championship title and promotion in his first term as manager, and in his first season in the top flight he managed to guide them to a top 4th finish. Lennon left the club in January and was replaced by Paul Heckingbottom. Heckingbottom won his first home game in charge against Hamilton. Team News Dundee are still without long term injuries Meekings, Hamilton and Davies. Still waiting on news to see if Nelson has recovered from an injury which he picked up in the 2-1 win against Livingston last weekend. Last Time Out The last time these two sides met were on 24th November 2018 which saw Jim McIntyre’s side claw back a 2-2 draw after finding themselves down 2 nil at the Break. An own goal from Kusunga in the first minute saw the Dee with what seemed an uphill struggle afterwards. A Porteous goal on the 30th minute saw Hibs go into a commanding lead just before the interval, however K Miller clawed a goal back right on the death of half-time to make it 2-1. Dundee came out the traps in the second half with some steely determination, and it only took a few minutes into the second half for Paul McGowan to stun the home support with a fine left-foot curling ball past Bogdan to bring the score to level pegging. Both side had good changes to take the lead in what was a very entertaining game, but a point a piece seemed a fair result. Match Officials Still to be announced. Notable Player Links Keith Wright, Scott Allan, George Stewart, Simon Murray, Allan Gordon, Gordon Black, Martin Boyle, Thomson Allan. Stats Dundee have won two, drawn two and lost two in their last six matches. Hibernian have won 3 and lost three in there last 6 games. The last time these two clubs met the game ended in a 2-2 draw and the last time Dundee Beat Hibernian was 3-1 back in 2012-13 season. In the last 30 games between the two side, Dundee have won 8, drawn 8 and lost 14 games and scoring 35 while conceding 54 goals. Trivia Albert Kid became a legend to Hibs fans without even kicking a ball for the club. In case you you have been under a rock for the last 30 odd years, it was Albert Kidd's two goals against Hibs rivals Hearts in the 1985-86 season which saw Hearts lose the Title to Celtic. Steve Mallan was a Dundee target when manager Paul Hartley put in a bid for the St Mirren wonderkid, these were rejected and Hartley failed to sign him.
  8. Ticket Information: Hibernian
  9. Tickets are now on sale for Dundee's game against Hibernian this Friday night, 22nd February at 7:45pm at the Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park. Tickets can be purchased online, by phone or in person at the Ticket Office. The Main Stand is the only stand which home fans will be able to pay at the gate (Turnstile: No 21), the South Enclosure (The Derry) and The Bobby Cox are admission by Ticket only. To prevent waiting times on match day, we suggest that you either buy your tickets online, by phone or visit the Ticket Office during the week to purchase your tickets. The Ticket office is open from 10am on match-days. Ticket Prices for Hibernian Main Stand, Bobby Cox and South Enclosure: Adult: £26.00 Senior: £19.00 Student: £19.00 (With Valid Student Photo ID) Under 18's: £12.00 Bobby Cox Family Tickets: Family 1: £31.00 (Adult and one child under 12) Family 2: £57.00 (Two adults and two children under 12) Under 12's: £5.00 (With additional children under 12) Adult: Anyone between 16 and 64. Child: Anyone 17 years and under. Senior: Anyone 65 and over. FAMILY1: Consists of 1 Adult and 1 Child Under 12. FAMILY2: Consists of 2 Adults and up to 2 Children Under 12. UNDER 12: Child Under 12, can be bought only in addition to FAMILY1 or FAMILY2. Our guide for Away Fans to the Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park
  10. When and Where Dundee FC host Hibernian at The Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park on Friday 22nd February, and kick-off is at 19:45 GMT (7:45pm). This game will be shown to UK viewers on BT Sports. DeeTV subscribers can watch the game live (Outside the UK) or listen to live Audio (World Wide). You can also follow the game live on Dundee Football Clubs Twitter account @DundeeFC and normally at the Dark Blues forum for the fans live account of the game. Our Opposition Hibs were promoted back into the SPFL in 2016-17 season after spending a couple of years in the Championship - they were relegated in 2014. Terry Butcher was sacked and then replaced by Alan Stubbs, but he was however unable to lead them to promotion. Stubbs was able to guide them to a league cup final in which they lost to Ross County, but they would lift a cup the following season by beating Rangers in the Scottish Cup. Stubbs left Hibernian to Join Rotherham United and was then replaced by Neil Lennon. Lennon helped the Edinburgh club to the Championship title and promotion in his first term as manager, and in his first season in the top flight he managed to guide them to a top 4th finish. Lennon left the club in January and was replaced by Paul Heckingbottom. Heckingbottom won his first home game in charge against Hamilton. Team News Dundee are still without long term injuries Meekings, Hamilton and Davies. Still waiting on news to see if Nelson has recovered from an injury which he picked up in the 2-1 win against Livingston last weekend. Last Time Out The last time these two sides met were on 24th November 2018 which saw Jim McIntyre’s side claw back a 2-2 draw after finding themselves down 2 nil at the Break. An own goal from Kusunga in the first minute saw the Dee with what seemed an uphill struggle afterwards. A Porteous goal on the 30th minute saw Hibs go into a commanding lead just before the interval, however K Miller clawed a goal back right on the death of half-time to make it 2-1. Dundee came out the traps in the second half with some steely determination, and it only took a few minutes into the second half for Paul McGowan to stun the home support with a fine left-foot curling ball past Bogdan to bring the score to level pegging. Both side had good changes to take the lead in what was a very entertaining game, but a point a piece seemed a fair result. Match Officials Still to be announced. Notable Player Links Keith Wright, Scott Allan, George Stewart, Simon Murray, Allan Gordon, Gordon Black, Martin Boyle, Thomson Allan. Stats Dundee have won two, drawn two and lost two in their last six matches. Hibernian have won 3 and lost three in there last 6 games. The last time these two clubs met the game ended in a 2-2 draw and the last time Dundee Beat Hibernian was 3-1 back in 2012-13 season. In the last 30 games between the two side, Dundee have won 8, drawn 8 and lost 14 games and scoring 35 while conceding 54 goals. Trivia Albert Kid became a legend to Hibs fans without even kicking a ball for the club. In case you you have been under a rock for the last 30 odd years, it was Albert Kidd's two goals against Hibs rivals Hearts in the 1985-86 season which saw Hearts lose the Title to Celtic. Steve Mallan was a Dundee target when manager Paul Hartley put in a bid for the St Mirren wonderkid, these were rejected and Hartley failed to sign him. View full match preview
  11. McGinn goal gives Hibs victory over Dee John McGinn scored the only goal of the game as Hibernian maintained their grip on fourth place with a 1-0 win over Dundee at Dens Park in the SPFL Ladbrokes Premiership.
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    Dundee 0 - 3 Hibernian

    Hibernian piled more misery onto rock bottom Dundee, bagging 3 goals in a comfortable victory.
  13. The ref against Hibernian was Don Robertson . How did you rate his performance in this game?
  14. The Dark Blues couldn't find away back after John McGinn put Hibernian ahead on the 52 minute. Much better performance after the weekend, but we just couldn't find the back of the net. Dundee 0 - 1 Hibernian
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    Dundee 0 - 1 Hibernian

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  16. Who was your man of the match against Hibernian in tonight's game?
  17. Give us your match report for the game against Hibernian in just three word? Need Strikers Now!
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    Hibernian 2 - 1 Dundee

    Ex Dee Martin Boyle opened the score in the first minute. Boyle was given time to run through the entire Dundee midfield, before lashing a right footed shot just outside the penalty box past newly appointed first place Keeper Parish. An Bakhtaoui pass found Deacon on the right, who then beat Stevenson to the byline and put in an inviting cross. An unmarked Marcus Haber headed into the back Marciano's goal to bring the scoreline level at 1 - 1. Faissal El Bakhtaoui driven shot 16 yard shot produced a very good save from Hibs Marciano to deny Dundee the chance to go ahead. However just on the hour, Hibs scored to retake the lead. A Stokes cross from the left found Murray unmarked and Murray volleyed into the back of Parish's goal.
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    Hibernian 1 - 0 Dundee

    Iain Davidson and Ryan Conroy dropped out of last week's team and were replaced by Matt Lockwood and Mark Kerr. Lewis Toshney moved out to play right wing back with Gary Irvine switching too central midfield and Jim McAlister shifting out to the left wing back spot. The changes provided plenty of cover for the defence, but the three defensive midfielders never looked like creating any danger when Dundee had the ball. The Dark Blues were seldom in the Hibs penalty area during a poor first half, and didn't come anywhere near threatening Ben Williams goal. Hibs, with more of the ball, were comfortably on top but seemed to have their minds on next week's cup final. Jordon Forster headed carelesslly over the bar from a corner but the best chance of the first half was surprisingly wasted by on-form striker Leigh Griffiths. Declan Gallagher had lost the ball when he charged and upfield. Alex Harris chipped the ball into a yawning gap in the heart of the Dundee defence. Griffiths had time to take the ball down and should have left Simonsen with no chance from 15 yards, but the Dee keeper saved well. Simonsen was in fine form for the Dark Blues and had a more comfortable save from Harris before pulling off a brilliant reflex save from Griffiths, which was made irrelevant when the referee decided that Benedictus had been fouled. It was no surprise when John Brown decided early in the second half that Dundee needed more drive and threat in midfield. Ryan Conroy came on to replace Mark Kerr and McAlister moved into the middle. However, it was Hibs who really should have taken the lead when a long ball from McGivern sent Griffiths clear. It was a straightforward chance, but Griffiths shot wide. Moments later Stevenson found himself in space on the edge of the penalty area but shot too high. At the other end Ryan Conroy volleyed narrowly wide from Harkins cross as Dundee started to look more convincing on the ball. McAlister's running and eagerness to try penetrating runs gave a much needed lift to Dundee. Lewis Toshney and Declan Gallagher were then replaced by Riley and Finnigan. This left Dundee with a three man defence of Irvine, Lockwood and Benedictus and a very positive formation. Unfortunately this didn't translate into any real danger in the Hibs' penalty area. It was starting to look as if Hibs were running out of ideas when they clinched the game with a simple goal. Deep on the left Stevenson drove an angled ball into the penalty area. David WOTHERSPOON had been on the field for only four minutes and ran onto the cross to head it across Simonsen and inside the far post from 15 yards. Immediately afterwards Hibs nearly grabbed a second, but Simonsen foiled Doyle in a scramble by the post. Dundee tried to get back into the game, but the nearest they came was when a Harkins cross was deflected to John Baird who volleyed too high from 15 yards. Hibs deserved the win against a Dark Blue team who lacked a creative spark today and were never sharp enough in their passing and running to pose serious problems for Hibs. Everything about the match, the Dark Blues performance and the mood of the supporters enjoying a day out in Edinburgh screamed that this was an end of season affair. On a cold, wet and miserable day it's just a pity the football was as dreich as the weather. Hibernian FC 4-4-2 Williams Maybury, Hanlon, Forster, McGivern Harris (Wotherspoon 74), Taiwo (Robertson 82), Claros, Stevenson Caldwell, Griffiths (Doyle 73) Unused subs; Murdoch (gk), Deegan, Done, Handling Goal; Wotherspoon (78) Bookings; Hanlon (foul on Riley) Dundee FC 3-5-2 Simonsen Benedictus, Lockwood, Gallagher (Finnigan 73) Toshney (Riley 62), Irvine, McBride, Mark Kerr (Conroy 56), McAlister Harkins Baird Unused subs; Alex Baird (gk), Stewart, Nish, Cameron Kerr Bookings; Gallagher (foul on Stevenson) Attendance; 9,522 Referee; Brian Colvin Report; James Christie
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    Hibernian 1 - 1 Dundee

    Barry Smith made only two changes from the New Year match in Perth, but they gave the team a very different look. Strikers Mark Stewart and John Baird came in to replace midfielders O'Donnell and Riley. Both played on the flanks with Jim McAlister moving into central midfield. The changes seemed to give Dundee more urgency in attack; they took the lead after only seven minutes with a lovely passing move down the left. Easton and Stewart worked the ball to Nish who played John BAIRD in to shoot past Williams at his near post. The Dark Blues' could have extended their lead when McPake missed Nish's pass leaving Milne clear, but Williams spread himself to save. With less of the ball Dundee were looking more dangerous. Nish was fouled just outside the penalty area. Baird's free kick was blocked setting off a prolonged scramble around the Hibs' that ended with Nish chipping wide. Late in the half a quick break allowed Nish to set Baird free down the left, but Stewart turned the cut back over from 12 yards. The Hibs fans were growing restless at their side's disjointed performance. They managed only two tame shots in the whole half, both from Doyle and both easy saves for Douglas. Dundee were good value for their lead at half time, and it was clear that Hibs would have to improve if they were to get anything from the game. However, as the Dundee fans know, the Hibees have a player who can turn a game in an instant. It took Sparky only three minutes of the second half to get his stuttering team back on level terms. Hibs won a free kick 30 yards out and GRIFFITHS curled a beautiful shot over the wall and inside Douglas's left hand post. The goal gave Hibs a boost and they had their best spell of the match. At last they were pressing, moving and passing effectively, but for all their energy and pressure they failed to create chances from open play. Dundee weathered the pressure and started to look dangerous again. As in the first half they did far more than Hibs with less of the ball, and created two great chances. Toshney's long free kick was headed down by Gallagher and Williams saved well from Milne's close range shot. A fine raiding run by Easton opened up the Hibs defence, giving Nish a clear shot, but again Williams saved. Hibs gradually grew more ragged and desperate. Their moves repeatedly broke down in the final third, where the Dundee defence barely put a foot wrong all day. A home goal seemed most likely to come from a set piece. Hibs did get two more free kicks, but Douglas took the first comfortably from Griffiths and the second from Clancy didn't get past the defensive wall. Late on Dundee threatened to punish Hibs as the home side pushed forward, but the Dark Blues never managed to exploit the space they created. The game ended with Dundee looking more comfortable and organised than Hibs, and no-one could argue that Dundee didn't fully deserve their point. Playing two strikers in the wide midfield positions was a huge gamble by Barry Smith, but it paid off. Dundee offered more threat than in recent games, and more than Hibs did. They did so without leaving the defence exposed, and Hibs failed to create a single good chance in the whole game. Hibs certainly didn't play well today, but the credit should go to Dundee for imposing themselves on the game and stopping Hibs playing with the fluent style they showed in the first game at Easter Road. However, this wasn't simply a matter of Dundee sitting in for a point and they always looked capable of scoring as they came forward. Whether or not this point makes any difference in the long run, it was certainly heartening to see Dundee competing effectively and looking dangerous coming forward at a very difficult ground. Barry Smith was pleased when he met the press, and so he should have been. Hibernian FC 4-4-2 Williams Clancey, Hanlon, McPake, McGivern Wotherspoon, Deegan (Taiwo 82), Claros, Stevenson (Handling 81) Doyle, Griffiths Unused subs; Murdoch (gk), Maybury, Kuqi, Harris, Horribine Goals; Griffiths (48) Bookings; Wotherspoon (dissent) Dundee FC 4-4-2 Douglas Irvine, Toshney, Gallagher, Easton John Baird, Davidson, McAlister, Stewart Nish, Milne (Conroy 85) Unused subs; Alex Baird (gk), Lockwood, McBride, Benedictus, McGregor, Boyle Goal; Baird (7) Bookings; Davidson (foul on Claros) Attendance; Referee; Craig Charleston Report; James Christie
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    Dundee 3 - 1 Hibernian

    Kyle Benedictus opened the scoring with a marvellous 20 yard shot, his first senior goal. Stephen Milne and Kevin McBride tied up the points with goals early in the second half before Leigh Griffiths scored a consolation at the end. This was a tremendous Dundee performance, with the Dark Blues winning their battles all over the pitch. Dundee were unchanged for the third successive game and started confidently, looking far more like a team at the top than Hibs. The visitors' defence looked nervous all along the back line and couldn't hold onto the ball in midfield, leaving Griffiths and Doyle frustrated upfield with little support. Hibs could have conceded a ridiculously soft goal following a communication breakdown between keeper Williams and Hanlon, which allowed Milne to get a toe to the ball. The Hibs defenders were hugely relieved to see the ball bobble wide. Riley and McAlister were attacking aggressively down both wings and things were looking promising for the Dee. A careless Hibs' pass gifted possession to Riley, who shot narrowly wide from 25 yards. The Dee deservedly took the lead after 21 minutes. McAlister's corner from the left was half cleared. Kyle BENEDICTUS caught the ball 20 yards out, turned and lashed an unstoppable shot into the top corner. The goal sparked Hibs into their best spell of the first half. Wotherspoon pulled his 18 yard shot wide after a good run, and then the same player couldn't quite reach a dangerous Cairney cross. Dundee came back strongly towards the end of the half and had the Hibs' defence reeling under the pressure. Davidson teed up Milne 15 yards out, but the Dundee striker was felled by Taiwo's challenge from behind before he could shoot. Referee Mr Colvin enraged the home supporters by waving play on. The visitors had to endure more pressure before they could get to the dressing room; Gallagher had a shot charged down after a corner, and then Davidson headed wide from McAlister's cross. Hibs manager Pat Fenlon must have been hoping he'd be able to sort his side out at half time. But it was the Dee who turned the screw at the start of the second half and Hibs imploded. A minute after the restart Dundee won a free kick wide on the right. In the first half Matt Lockwood had caused problems with his delivery from a similar position. This time he flighted the ball beautifully into the heart of the penalty area and the Hibs' defence disintegrated. Declan Gallagher nodded the ball down and Stephen MILNE bundled the ball over the line. The ball was hacked clear, but the assistant referee signalled that it was already across the line. The second goal was well deserved, and it was just the boost the Dark Blue support craved. They cranked up the volume in delight as they roared on the team. Hibs were in shock and their defence was at fault again when Colin Nish was allowed too much space to run into the penalty area after taking a long ball from Gallagher. Maybury bundled him over from behind and this time there was no escape for Hibs. Mr Colvin pointed to the spot. Kevin McBRIDE hammered the penalty home and the Dundee supporters were partying! The excitement didn't let up as Hibs chased the game frantically trying to claw their way back into contention. The visitors saw plenty of the ball, but struggled to get through the resolute Dark Blue back line, and were constantly harried into losing possession in midfield. When Dundee had the ball the fragile Hibs defence never looked comfortable. Leigh Griffiths was by far Hibs' greatest threat, and twice brought out the best from Rab Douglas. The Dee keeper beat out a fierce free kick from the ex Dens hero, and then made a fine save from a ferocious 20 yarder. At the other end Colin Nish flicked on an Irvine throw, but Williams saved Milne's header. The longer the game went on the more Hibs pushed forward and the more vulnerable they looked at the back, but Dundee couldn't exploit any of their breaks out of defence. John Baird replaced Stephen Milne and nearly created an immediate fourth goal. He did well to get his cross into Nish, who turned at the near post and forced Williams to save well with hsi feet. Only in the last few minutes did the game slow down. Leigh GRIFFITHS never gave up, and deserved his 90th minute goal when he crashed a great 25 yard shot into the top corner. By that time the points were secure for the Dee, and the muted applause around the ground was from Dundee supporters as much as the disappointed visiting support. Stephen Milne got a great ovation when he was substituted and was named the sponsor's man of the match. It couldn't have been easy because there wasn't a weakness anywhere in the Dundee side and every single player can be proud of his performance. The Dundee defence was excellent yet again, all five of them. The midfield harried Hibs constantly, winning the ball, forcing errors, winning the 50-50 balls and moving the ball on to put Hibs under pressure. Up front Milne and Nish's understanding and experience had the Hibs' defenders in all sorts of trouble. When the fans eventually trooped out of Dens after cheering the players off the pitch nearly every man, woman and child had a big cheesy grin! I wonder if they've faded yet. This was an excellent performance and it was much appreciated by the fans. It was a great day for the Dark Blues! Dundee FC 4-4-2 Douglas Irvine, Benedictus, Gallagher, Lockwood Riley (Conroy 81), McBride, Davidson, McAlister Nish (Toshney 90), Milne (John Baird 79) Unused subs; Alex Baird (gk), McGregor, Boyle, Webster Goals; Benedictus (21), Milne (46), McBride (51 pen) Hibernian FC 4-4-2 Williams Maybury, Hanlon, McGivern, Stevenson (Caldwell 83) Wotherspoon, Taiwo, Claros (Sproule 70), Cairney Doyle (Kuqi 55), Griffiths Unused subs; Murdoch (gk), Handling, Stanton, Donaldson Goal; Griffiths (90) Bookings; Maybury (foul on Nish), Stevenson (foul on Gallagher) Attendance; 6,743 Referee; Brian Colvin Report; James Christie
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    Hibernian 3 - 0 Dundee

    Dundee made four changes after last week's defeat against St Johnstone. Kevin McBride and Davide Grassi came back from injury. Brian Easton came in to make his debut and Kyle Benedictus returned to central defence. Hibs had most of the opening play without opening up the Dundee defence. Douglas carefully watched a powerful 25 yarder from Griffiths fizz past the post after 10 minutes, but it was Dundee who came closest to an early opener. Jim McAlister took Conroy's pass on the edge of the penalty area, spun away from his marker Williams had to pull off a fine lunging save to tip his shot round the post. Hibs took the lead with their first penetrating attack after 28 minutes. Cairney's skillful run down the left took him past two men and into space. He looked up and fired over an accurate cross for Eoin DOYLE to plant an accurate header past Douglas from eight yards. The Dee should have equalised during their best spell of the half, just before half time, but Nish shot carelessly wide at the near post after Davidson had found space on the right to set up the chance. Hibs were just about worth their lead at half time, but Dundee were far from out of the game. The home defence hadn't looked totally convincing when the ball was in their penalty area, but Dundee couldn't play their way in there often enough. Dundee's five man midfield was fairly sucessfuly in keeping possession and covering the defence, but couldn't put Hibs under serious or sustained pressure. Sadly, just like last week, the game slipped away from the Dee in the opening minutes of the second half. Wotherspoon found too much space on the right and cut into the box. Dundee couldn't clear his pass inside and in a scramble on the penalty spot Jim McAlister downed Cairney to concede a penalty. Leigh GRIFFITHS whipped the ball in off Douglas's left hand post and a difficult challenge for Dundee suddenly looked impossible. Barry Smith sent on Nicky Riley in place of Kevin McBride, the holding midfielder, and Jim McAlister moved in behind Colin Nish. A further change saw Milne and Boyle replace Nish and Davidson. There was the odd neat spell of passing, but nothing that hurt Hibs, or even threatened to open them up. A Hibs looked far more threatening, even in spells when they had less of the ball. Leigh Griffiths was the oustanding player on the pitch and looked like creating danger every time he got the ball. A clever pass from Griffiths sent Cairney through. He nudged the ball past Douglas, but Irvine cleared his angled shot. A third goal for Hibs was no great surprise. It came from the impressive WOTHERSPOON, who cut in from the right to shoot across Douglas and just inside the far post from 15 yards. Dundee then enjoyed a lengthy spell of possession in the Hibs half, but couldn't set up anything approaching a chance. Hibs on the other hand nearly scored the next time they mounted a serious attack. Doyle passed up two good late chances, screwing the ball across the face of goal, then blasting high over the bar after a good set up by Cairney. Dundee never gave up, and kept probing up to the final whistle. But they had nowhere near enough penetration to threaten Hibs goal, and didn't create a single chance in the second half. Hibs moved to the top of the table with this win, which was certainly well deserved. Dundee played better than last week and for long spells looked composed and competitive. However, there was a huge gulf in the quality of the two teams' top players and Hibs extra ability ensured that they came out on top in the key moments of the match. In spite of the scoreline the defence looked far more organised than last week, and Davide Grassi's return made a difference. Brian Easton looked as if he will fit in well, though he was up against a very good opponent in David Wotherspoon. On the other side of the pitch Paul Cairney, the former Partick player, showed what a good signing he has been and he continually threatened to open up the right side of the Dundee defence. Dundee tried their best, but had no-one to provide the penetration that Griffiths and the wide players gave Hibs. The better side won, convincingly in the end, and so consigned the Dee to their fourth consecutive defeat. Hibernian FC 4-4-2 Williams Clancy, McPake, Hanlon, McGivern Wotherspoon, Deegan (Taiwo 74), Claros, Cairney (Harris 87) Doyle, Griffiths (Kuqi 76) Unused subs; Murdoch (gk), Maybury, Handling, Caldwell, Goals; Doyle (28), Griffiths (49 pen), Wotherspoon (73) Booking; Clancy (foul on Easton) Dundee FC 4-1-4-1 Douglas Irvine, Benedictus, Grassi, Easton McBride (Riley 53) McAlister, Davidson (Boyle 67), Kerr, Conroy Nish (Milne 67) Unused subs; Alex Baird (gk), Lockwood, John Baird, Gallagher Booking; Riley (foul on McGivern) Attendance; 10,163 Referee; Willie Collum Report; James Christie
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    Dundee 1 - 1 Hibernian

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