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  1. UWTB1893

    Dundee FC On This Day Now On Sale!

    The Dundee Supporters Association (DSA) Chairman has been the author of six Dundee FC books with his seventh looking set to be even more popular than his previous work. 'Dundee FC On This Day is a journey, in diary form, through the history of the famous Dark Blues. All the major events are covered in detail to give the reader a feel for the ups and downs experienced by The Dee since its formation in 1893. With individual entries for every day, the book includes all the club's big matches - from the joy of title wins and cup runs to the pain of relegations and administrations. Dundee FC has enjoyed a long, rich history and the book records the five major trophy wins, the runs to two European semi-finals, the Dee-Fiant season, the promotions, significant events, sensational signings and memorable derby wins over Dundee United. The Scottish League championship win in 1962 and the Scottish and League Cup victories are countered by the turmoil of relegations, missed promotions and the two administration periods which almost saw the Dens Park doors closed for good. Being a Dundee fan is a rollercoaster journey, and Dundee FC On This Day perfectly captures the thrill of the ride.' Kenny has informed us that he will be hoping to hold a launch/signing on September 16th for his latest book. You can purchase Dundee FC On This Day for £9.99 by clicking the following links: Pitch Publishing - http://www.pitchpublishing.co.uk/index.php/shop/dundee-fc-day Amazon - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dundee-FC-This-Day-History/dp/1785313231/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8 Waterstons - https://www.waterstones.com/book/dundee-fc-on-this-day/kenny-ross/9781785313233
  2. TheDarkBlues

    1St Mar 2003

    On this day, back in 2003 Dundee played Partick Thistle at Firhill Stadium in front of a crowd of 4,599. The Dark Blues came away with three points that day with Jim Duffy's men winning 3 - 1 that day. Dundee Line: Speroni, Khizanishvili, Smith, MacKay, Wilkie, Mair, Rae, Nemsadze, Burchill, Milne, Lovel Subs: Brady, Caballero, Novo, Langfield, Hernanez Partick Thistle: Arthur, Archibald, Paterson, McGowne, Lilley, Mitchell, Burns, Rowson, Hardie, Buchan, Britton Subs: Walker, Gibson, Flemming, Waddel. The Dark Blues scoring through Steveie Milne (15'), MacKay (26') and Novo (78') Partick goal scorer was: Buchan (31').
  3. It is interesting to note, that we have not won a game on this day since 1973 when we beat Kilmarnock away from home 2 - 1. This was the same season we went on to win the cup against Celtic. This was the day of the seven's with the Dark Blues being beaten at home from Rangers 7 - 1 against a Jocky Scott side that was truly routed. If you are a masochist, the match report for this game is here. 27/02/2000 is a date most Dees will try and forget. However, it was a different story and a different team that routed Hearts in 27th Feb 1965 and it was a day that Dundee actually score 8 goals, Alan Cousion netting for the Jambos with an own goal on the 85th minute. Dundee's line up that day were full of the famous names of the Dark Blue. Penman, Cox, Hamilton, Cooke, Robertson and Donaldson. Dundee Line up: Donaldson, Hamilton, Cox, Cousin, Easton, Stuart, Murry, Penman, Cameron, Cooke, Robertson. Hearts: Cruickshank, Shevlane, Holt, Pollan, Anderson, Higgins, Jenson, Ferguson, Wallace, Gordon, Hamiltion. Andy Penman scored a hat-rick that day and so did Kenneth Cameron. Penman opened the scoring on the 15th minute and added a second on the 30th mark. Cameron netted two minutes later to take the score to 3 - 0 the Dees. Dundee started off pretty much the same way in the second half when Penman got his hat-rick on the 50th minute. Five minutes later Cousin got on the score sheet to make it 5 - 0. Cameron not wanting to be out done by Penman decided to get his own hat-trick himself, making it 6 - 0 on the 63rd minute and then six minutes later making it 7 - 0. Alan Cousin again got on the score sheet on the 85th minute, but this time into his own net to give a beleaguered Hearts team a consolation goal.
  4. TheDarkBlues

    On This Day

    On this Day: Our last win on this day, was way back in 1926 (91 years ago) when we beat Clydebank 2-1 at Dens Park! Also on this day, we suffered a 5-1 thrashing by them next door in 1980 (which according to some Arabs was the time before time began and didn't matter). And finally, on this day in 1904, we beat the Tims 2-1 at Dens Park in the old Scottish Division One. The last time we beat Celtic at Dens was 24 Sep 1988 when we won 1 - 0. Tommy Coyne was the goal scorer for the Dee and Alan Rough made his debut for Celtic.
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