Dundee 1
Hamilton Academical 1
League (First Division)

1 - 1

League (First Division)
Saturday, April 26th, 2008
Dens Park
Attendance: 3,146
3:00 PM Kick-off

Colin McMenamin (90)

Team Managers
Alex Rae
Billy Reid

Starting Eleven
1. Michael White
2. David Cowan
3. Gary Mackenzie
4. Eddie Malone
5. Paul Dixon
6. David O'Brien
7. Scott Robertson
8. Kevin McDonald
9. Gavin Swankie
10. Colin McMenamin
11. Mickaël Antoine-Curier
Tomas Cerny .1
David Elebert .2
Chris Swailes .3
Gary Gow .4
Simon Mensing .5
Brian Easton .6
James Gibson .7
Tony Stevenson .8
Grant Gillespie .9
James McCarthy .10
Andy Waterworth .11

12. Frédéric Daquin
14. Paul McHale
15. Patrick Noubissie
16. Trialist (26/4/08)
17. Derek Lyle
Brian Potter .12
Stuart Taylor .14
David Graham .15
Jordan Kirkpatrick .16
Tom Parratt .17

Frédéric Daquin for Paul Dixon (43)
Paul McHale for Gary Mackenzie (46)
Patrick Noubissie for Scott Robertson (71)
Jordan Kirkpatrick for Gary How (52)
Brian Potter for Tomas Cerny (59)
Tom Parratt for Grant Gillespie (67)

Scott Robertson (5)
Colin McMenamin (7)
Paul Dixon (41)
Michael White (86)

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

Iain Brines (Referee)
Steven Crighton & Graham Chambers (Assistants)

Match Report

This match has no report.

Squad Statistics (as at April 26th, 2008)

2007-08 All Time
Michael White (GK)18 1 - 1 -
David Cowan26 14 - 14 -
Paul Dixon21 38 - 1142
Gary Mackenzie22 371611
Eddie Malone23 281281
Kevin McDonald19 391110616
David O'Brien24 242242
Scott Robertson23 35712111
Mickaël Antoine-Curier25 119119
Colin McMenamin27 126126
Gavin Swankie24 3447413
Paul McHale (sub)26 312433
Patrick Noubissie (sub)24 10 - 10 -
Frédéric Daquin (sub)29 373373

League Table (as at April 26th, 2008)

No league table has been added for this season.

Manager's Programme Notes

This afternoon, we welcome Hamilton Accies to Dens Park as First Division Champions and not, for what we had hoped, would be a title decider.

For that achievement I would like to congratulate Billy Reid and his side and they thoroughly deserve the guard of honour that we'll be giving them as they step out on to the pitch.

It is a way of recognising what a very good season they have had.

In fact, I think both teams have been excellent. We are disappointed not to be the ones finishing top but it has been a good race and taking it to the last week of the season means my players also deserve credit.

With the outcome of this season already decided, next season is very much in focus, discussions having already started with the players who are out of contract.

Some have indicated that they will move on, while others have asked for time to mull things over.

However, next Tuesday is the deadline as we need answers by then because plans will have to be put in place to replace those who are leaving.

There will undoubtedly be a turnover in players because that is the nature of the game these days with contracts lasting only one or two years.

That is not a new scenario to me though. I had to make changes when I first came to the club, but it is a bit different this time round, because we don't have players on big contracts to get out the door first.

Steps are already in hand to bring in new players. I have met people this week with a view to a couple coming here.

I have also had talks with someone down south with in the hope of getting a player from down south, so the planning for next season is already well in hand.

However, we do have this afternoon's game with Hamilton before bringing down the curtain on this season and hopefully we can sign off with a victory, because that is no less than our very loyal fans deserve.

Thank you for your continued support and I look forward to seeing you all next season.