Dunfermline 1
Dundee Utd 0
League (Premier Division)


Dunfermline 

1 - 0

Dundee Utd


League (Premier Division)
Saturday, May 11th, 1991
East End Park. Att. 4,894
3:00 PM Kick-off


Goalscorers
Davie Moyes (89) None.

Team Managers
Iain Munro Jim McLean

Starting Eleven
Ian Westwater
Tommy Wilson
Ray Sharp
Norrie McCathie
Davie Moyes
Stuart Rafferty
Billy Davies
Andy Smith
Ross Jack
Ian McCall
Eddie Gallagher
Alan Main
Miodrag Krivokapić
Maurice Malpas
Freddy van der Hoorn
Ray McKinnon
Jim McInally
John Clark
Billy McKinlay
John O'Neil
Hamish French
Duncan Ferguson

Bench
Davie Irons
Chris Sinclair
Gary Bollan
Darren Jackson

Substitutions
Chris Sinclair for Billy Davies (58)
Davie Irons for Eddie Gallagher (75)
Darren Jackson for John O'Neil (87)

Cautions
None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.

Match Officials

Douglas Hope (Erskine) (Referee)



Match Report


Lightning struck twice in almost exactly the same place as far as our second trip of the season to East End Park was concerned. Back in December Pars defender, Davie Moyes, had headed a late winner with what proved to be the only goal of the game. On this occasion his last minute goal brought compounded misery because it allowed Celtic to leap-frog us in the table and claim a UEFA Cup place at our expense. Yet for almost the entire previous 88 minutes we had been in complete command, but passed up a series chances and found Westwater making his first appearance of the season in the Pars goal in defiant mood. From the very outset we looked the sharper outfit and we were unlucky not to take the lead in the 22nd minute when John Clark made ground down the right to send in a leep cross to the far post. Jim McInally headed the ball back across the goal and Hamish French stabbed in a shot which came back off the edge of the post and straight into Westwater's arms. Duncan Ferguson then directed header just wide and then shot over as we maintained the pressure. When Duncan Ferguson was on target he found Westwater on hand to smother his close range effort.

The second half opened in similar vein and Westwater did well to keep out efforts from John O'Neil and Hamish French. The Pars' keeper was again in action on the hour mark to keep out a Freddy Van Der Hoorn shot, this time blocking the Dutchman's efforts from the edge of the box with his legs. Another Ferguson header went just past and then Westwater touched yet another try by Duncan Ferguson past the post. With a minute to go and the point we required for Europe seemingly secure, disaster struck. A McCall free-kick into the penalty area was met by Davie Moyes who sent a looping header over Alan Main into the net. So having been in the top three of the League all season, Pars last gasp winner cast us into fourth place and out of the UEFA Cup frame.



Squad Statistics (as at May 11th, 1991)


1990-91 All Time
Age
Alan Main (GK)23 39 - 85 -
Miodrag Krivokapić31 33 - 981
Freddy van der Hoorn27 442864
Maurice Malpas28 49148915
John Clark26 24422930
Ray McKinnon20 233353
John O'Neil19 18 - 29 -
Billy McKinlay22 4621244
Jim McInally27 46222911
Duncan Ferguson19 134134
Hamish French27 2368815
Darren Jackson (sub)24 45177825






League Table (as at May 11th, 1991)


No league table has been added for this season.