Dundee 0
St Johnstone 1
League (First Division)


Dundee
0 - 1
St Johnstone 

League (First Division)
Saturday, April 25th, 2009
Dens Park
Attendance: 6,305
3:00 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
None. Steven Milne (2)

Team Managers
Jocky Scott
Derek McInnes

Starting Eleven
1. Robert Douglas
2. Eric Paton
3. Kyle Benedictus
4. Jim Laughlan
5. Eddie Malone
6. Andrew Shinnie
7. Chris Pozniak
8. Darren Young
9. Georgios Efrem
10. Mickaël Antoine-Curier
11. Colin McMenamin
Alan Main .1
Stuart McCaffrey .2
Kevin Rutkiewicz .3
Gary Irvine .4
Liam Craig .5
Martin Hardie .6
Chris Millar .7
Kevin Moon .8
Paul Sheerin .9
Collin Samuel .10
Steven Milne .11

Bench
12. Ludovic Roy
14. Darren Williams
15. David O'Brien
16. Frédéric Daquin
17. Bryan Deasley
Euan Mclean .12
Steven Anderson .14
Derek Holmes .15
Jody Morris .16
Graham Barrett .17

Substitutions
David O'Brien for Chris Pozniak (61)
Bryan Deasley for Georgios Efrem (78)
Derek Holmes for Steven Milne (67)
Jody Morris for Martin Hardie (72)
Graham Barrett for Collin Samuel (78)

Cautions
Darren Young (20)
Eddie Malone (56)
Martin Hardie (27)
Gary Irvine (33)
Graham Barrett (88)

Red Cards
Mickaël Antoine-Curier (62)
None.
Match Officials

Mike McCurry (Referee)
Brian McGarry & Roddy Cobb (Assistants)


Match Report


This match has no report.



Squad Statistics (as at April 25th, 2009)


2008-09 All Time
Age
Robert Douglas (GK)37 36 - 169 -
Eddie Malone24 361642
Eric Paton30 344344
Jim Laughlan32 15 - 15 -
Chris Pozniak28 271271
Kyle Benedictus17 10 - 10 -
Darren Young30 6161
Andrew Shinnie19 191191
Georgios Efrem19 7272
Mickaël Antoine-Curier26 35154624
Colin McMenamin28 3054211
David O'Brien (sub)25 25 - 492
Bryan Deasley (sub)20 151527






League Table (as at April 25th, 2009)


No league table has been added for this season.


Manager's Programme Notes


Thankfully we got back to winning ways last week at Livingston with a solid performance. Considering the changes and formation we had to play, I felt we did very well, especially defensively where we played with three central defenders.

That performance gives me the opportunity to change systems if the need arises in future.

Today we welcome St. Johnstone to Dens Park for what should be an exciting game. Both games which I have been in charge of have been good derbies, plenty of commitment, good play and penalty box excitement and I am sure today's game will be more of the same.

Unfortunately we can no longer win the league but we want to finish the season with a flourish and with your help we can.

Enjoy the game.