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James Grady and Juan Sara are two players who will always be remembered for what they achieved in derbies. Which one name would you add to the list?

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For the chip....

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Jocky Scott... Tore them a new one many a time.

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Stevie Lovell for the puss shutter derby! Know a few dabs who hated him, my uncle included 😂😂

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Stevie Lovell for the puss shutter derby! Know a few dabs who hated him, my uncle included

Lovell's in the air!

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Lovell's in the air!

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His brother isnt half making a name for himself down at Bournemouth..

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Lovell's in the air!

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Haha yassss class. Funny I asked my uncle who he hated in the past out of dees, one was Lovell and the other was Cammy Fraser back in the day! Told him my dad hated hegarty and sturrock ect.. From the filth!

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Dariusz The Pole for his late equaliser at Dens.

The place just erupted!!

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John Brown, 1984 at the Dump.

What a game that was.

Brown is not the most popular former Dee but he was a brilliant player who delivered in the big games.

If we weren't a selling club in the late 70s and 80s we could have produced one of the best teams in Europe.

Geddes, McKinlay, McKimmie, Fraser, Hendry, Redford, Strachan, Brown, Connor, Ferguson, Coyne

Then there's the players we would have had if our board had listened to the players and appointed McLean as manager instead of accepting David White's ridiculous statement that he wasn't management material. Malpas, Gough, Bannon, etc.

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