Veloc Eindhoven 2
Dundee Utd 6

Veloc Eindhoven 

2 - 6

Dundee Utd

Sunday, August 4th, 1991
Sport Park Locatellistraat. Att. 400
3:00 PM Kick-off

Van Tongeren (5)
Roest (64)
Michael O'Neill (29)
Ray McKinnon (31)
Darren Jackson (33)
Hamish French (42)
Ray McKinnon (51)
Michael O'Neill (87)

Team Managers
Unknown. Jim McLean

Starting Eleven
Van der Nieuwenhof
Van Tongeren
Van Der Wildenberg
Van Der Krieken
Guido van de Kamp
Maurice Malpas
Jochen Müller
Dave Narey
Michael O'Neill
Billy McKinlay
Ray McKinnon
Dave Bowman
John O'Neil
Hamish French
Darren Jackson

Alan Main
Alex Cleland
Andy McLaren
Mixu Paatelainen
John Clark
Paddy Connolly

Klos for Azaoum
Tobbe for Van Der Wildenberg
Oualkad for Van Der Krieken
Andy McLaren for John O'Neil (61)
Alex Cleland for Hamish French (66)
Alex Cleland for Hamish French (66)
Mixu Paatelainen for Darren Jackson (79)

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.

Match Officials

Match Report

Our match with the Dutch amateur side was for their newly erected grandstand. Given that it had been anticipated this would be the easiest match of our tour. it was a bit of a rude awakening to find us trailing by a goal with only five minutes on the clock.

Maurice Malpas used an arm in keeping a header out and Van Tongeren netted the resultant penalty. It took us some time to find our rhythm on a hot humid evening, but when we did, it produced three goals within the space of four minutes.

The equaliser came in the 29th minute when Hamish French made a good run down the left and slipped the ball inside to Michael O'NeiIl who side-footed home from 10 yards. A couple of minutes later, Dave Bowman sent over a searching cross from the right which Ray McKinnon headed home.

The third goal in four minutes arrived after a neat build up between Hamish French and Ray McKinnon with the latter cutting the ball back for Darren Jackson to score from six yards.

In the 42nd minute we went further ahead when Hamish French blocked a clearance and was left with the simple task of netting.

Five minutes into the second half Darren Jackson back-headed a Maurice Malpas cross to enable Ray McKinnon to nod home from close range.

Roest pulled one back for the amateurs after a run through the middle. However, we notched a sixth three minutes from time when Billy McKinlay played the ball through to Michael O'Neill who shrugged off a defender's challenge before turning and firing the ball into the far comer from 12 yards. That completed the scoring in a match where the sultry conditions posed as many problems as the opposition.

Squad Statistics (as at August 4th, 1991)

1991-92 All Time

League Table (as at August 4th, 1991)

No league table has been added for this season.