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Bonnyrigg Rose (Away, 18th Jul 2023) Match thread


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Prematch Polls  

12 members have voted

  1. 1. What will the result be in this game?

    • Home Win
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    • Draw
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    • Away Win
  2. 2. Who should start for the Dee?

    • (GK) Adam Legzdins
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    • (GK) Harrison Sharp
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    • (GK) Jon McCracken
    • (DEF) Cammy Kerr
    • (DEF) Owen Beck
    • (DEF) Tyler French
    • (DEF) Lee Ashcroft
    • (DEF) Antonio Portales
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    • (DEF) Joe Shaughnessy
    • (MID) Jordan McGhee
    • (MID) Shuan Byrne
    • (MID) Max Anderson
    • (MID) Lyall Cameron
    • (MID) Finlay Robertson
    • (MID) Josh Mulligan
    • (MID) Scott Tiffoney
    • (MID) Charlie Reilly
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    • (MID) Luke McCowan
    • (FOR) Zach Robinson
    • (FOR) Zak Rudden
    • (FOR) Diego Pineda
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New Dundas Park

Bonnyrigg

Midlothian EH19 3AE

CLUB HISTORY

Bonnyrigg Rose F.C. are a Scottish football club from the town of Bonnyrigg, Midlothian. The club was founded in 1881 from Bonnyrigg Swifts who trace their origins back to 1874 and were nicknamed the Rose.

Notable former players

John White- Part of the Spurs double winning side of 1960/61, winning 22 Scotland caps
Pat Stanton- Hibernian legend and capped 16 times for Scotland
Jimmy Mackay - Capped 52 times for Australia, he scored the decisive goal aginst South Korea that sent the Socceroos to their first World Cup in 1974
Jim Hermiston Scottish Cup winner with Aberdeen & in Dons Hall of Fame
Jackie Myles- Scotland's most capped Junior International
Sean Connery- An Actor of some repute

TRAVEL GUIDANCE

BY CAR

From the North
Once on the M90 (likely joining on from the A9, A90 or A85 if based above Perthshire), head south over Queensferry Crossing and join the Edinburgh Bypass southbound, before heading off at Lasswade Junction.

From the West
From the M8, turn onto the Edinburgh Bypass at Hermiston Gait and head southbound until turning off at Lasswade.

From the East / South-East
Join on the A1 motorway, before following the A1 onto the A7 Edinburgh Bypass until reaching Lasswade/Bonnyrigg.

From the South
Take the A68 or A703/A701 (whichever is best for you) northbound. The A68 will lead directly onto the Edinburgh Bypass, while heading to Bonnyrigg via Rosewell is best for the A703/A701 route.

From Edinburgh and Surrounding Areas
Use the Edinburgh Bypass (turn off Lasswade) or head south from the City via Lasswade Road.

BY BUS

Lothian Bus 31
Journey begins in East Craigs, Edinburgh and passes through Murrayfield, Edinburgh City Centre and Newington on route to Bonnyrigg. The 31 Bus stops on Bonnyrigg High Street and Dundas Street, both less than a two-minute walk from NDP.

Lothian Bus 49
Journey begins in Rosewell, Midlothian (northbound) and Fort Kinnaird, Edinburgh (southbound). The bus passes through Portobelllo, Leith, Edinburgh City Centre, Newington, the Royal Infirmary and Dalkeith (all southbound) on route to Bonnyrigg. The 49 Bus stops on Lothian Street, less than a minutes walk from NDP.

East Coast Bus 140
Route between Penicuik and Musselburgh, with Bonnyrigg in the middle. The 140 also stops in Roslin, Loanhead and Dalkeith, among others. The 140 Bus stops on Lothian Street, less than a minutes walk from NDP.

BY TRAIN

To reach Bonnyrigg by train, travel to Eskbank Station. Then, a short walk or a even shorter car / taxi journey to NDP after, with the 49 Bus also an option.

CAR PARKING

Parking at New Dundas is restricted to players and officials only. However there are a number of places all within a 5-10 walk to the ground where car parking spaces can be found.
The largest of these is at Lasswade High School (9A Eskdale Drive,EH19 2LA) where there are hundreds of car parking spaces available.
There are also smaller car parks at King George V Park at Park Road just of the High St, at Bonnyrigg Toll behind the Bannoc Brewhouse/Beetroot Bar and Grill at Dobbies Rd and Campview Rd behind Pias Takeaway/Ladbrokes.

TICKETS

Tickets for our away match against Bonnyrigg Rose on Tuesday 18th July are now on general sale and are available to all supporters to purchase.

Tickets for this match need to be purchased from the Ticket Office in the club shop or over the phone.

Adult: £15

Concession: £10

Under 16: £5

HEAD-TO-HEAD

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The DEE ARCHIVE most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web

PLAYED FOR DUNDEE FC AND BONNYRIGG ROSE

Graham Harvey

Ewan Moyes

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I would go;

                 McCracken

Mulligan  Ashcroft  Shaughnessy Beck

               McGhee Cameron

        McCowan Tiffoney Robertson

                    Robinson.

McGhee gives Cameron the option of joining up with attack when opportunity arises. Tiffoney behind Robinson is attractive.

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1 hour ago, Iain T Campbell said:

I would go;

                 McCracken

Mulligan  Ashcroft  Shaughnessy Beck

               McGhee Cameron

        McCowan Tiffoney Robertson

                    Robinson.

McGhee gives Cameron the option of joining up with attack when opportunity arises. Tiffoney behind Robinson is attractive.

Think we’ll see something like. 442 as TD has continually mentioned how he likes when Rudden and robinson drop in when out of possession. I’ll guess

                  McCracken

Kerr Ashcroft  Shaughnessy Beck

McCowan Anderson/mulligan Cameron Tiffoney

                 Robinson      Rudden

Which easily becomes a 4231 or 4132

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This game is an opportunity to get some game time for McGee, would like to see him get an hour under his belt, he brought the best out of Cameron prior to his injury in the centre of the park so would like to see if this can be rekindled. I think we are a far stronger side than we were, the last time we met. Whilst the weekend saw a number of upsets i think we will be too strong for them. Dont think they will be getting the same 2 dodgy penalties they got last time around.

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56 minutes ago, Huggs66 said:

This game is an opportunity to get some game time for McGee, would like to see him get an hour under his belt, he brought the best out of Cameron prior to his injury in the centre of the park so would like to see if this can be rekindled. I think we are a far stronger side than we were, the last time we met. Whilst the weekend saw a number of upsets i think we will be too strong for them. Dont think they will be getting the same 2 dodgy penalties they got last time around.

Would have thought to early for Mcghee at this stage so mulligan , Anderson and Robertson in the middle 

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1 hour ago, Bobby Dee said:

Would have thought to early for Mcghee at this stage so mulligan , Anderson and Robertson in the middle 

That was my thinking too. 

I've missed all the pre season games so far but from reading reports it seems that Byrne is a bit rusty too.

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Bonnyrigg are the Arbroath of the second division.  They can be under the cosh for an entire game and still steal a win.  They are no mugs, especially on that horrendous sloping pitch of theirs.  The ball often doesn't run true, so it's difficult to play a passing game on it.  Football then becomes a battle, which they are very good at.  Dundee need to be on their game to avoid being another big scalp.  

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5 hours ago, dblair said:

Think we’ll see something like. 442 as TD has continually mentioned how he likes when Rudden and robinson drop in when out of possession. I’ll guess

                  McCracken

Kerr Ashcroft  Shaughnessy Beck

McCowan Anderson/mulligan Cameron Tiffoney

                 Robinson      Rudden

Which easily becomes a 4231 or 4132

I would rather play with 2 strikers as well, but I was going along with the fact that most managers now go with the one striker with somebody playing behind him. I was thinking that Docherty from pre-season games seems to prefer the 4-3-3 formation which can be changed into a 4-2-3-1 when needed, but I could be wrong. He has never gone for 3 at the back so far.

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