St Mirren 0
Dundee Utd 1
League Cup (3rd Round)


St Mirren 

0 - 1

Dundee Utd


League Cup (3rd Round)
Tuesday, August 24th, 1993
Love Street. Att. 4,415
7:30 PM Kick-off


Goalscorers
None. Billy McKinlay (77)

Team Managers
Jimmy Bone Ivan Golac

Starting Eleven
Campbell Money
Paul McIntyre
Martin Baker
Norrie McWhirter
Jamie Fullarton
Neil Orr
Eddie Gallacher
Jim Dick
Barry Lavety
John Hewitt
Dave Elliot
Alan Main
Christian Dailly
Dave Narey
Gary Bollan
Brian Welsh
John Clark
Dave Bowman
Billy McKinlay
Jim McInally
Paddy Connolly
Chris Myers

Bench
Derek Watson
Ken Gillies
Ricky Gillies
Guido van de Kamp
Freddy van der Hoorn
Andy McLaren

Substitutions
Ken Gillies for John Hewitt (46)
Ricky Gillies for Jim Dick (72)
Freddy van der Hoorn for Dave Narey (46)
Andy McLaren for Chris Myers (71)

Cautions
John Hewitt (22)
Eddie Gallacher (30)
Martin Baker (60)
Dave Narey (44)
Dave Bowman (48)
Freddy van der Hoorn (69)
John Clark (70)
Billy McKinlay (77)
Jim McInally (86)

Red Cards
None. None.

Match Officials

Don McVicar (Carluke) (Referee)



Match Report


Jim Mclnally, starting his first game of the season for Andy McLaren, was the only change in United's starting line-up for this tricky tie at Love St. The first half set the trend of this hard fought and at times tough encounter. Hewitt was booked midway through the opening period after a flare up with Billy Mckinlay. It wasn't until the 33rd minute that either side posed a threat to either keeper, Barry Lavety cutting in from the left and rifling in a shot from an acute angle which Alan Main beat down. The minute before the interval saw both sides go close. First McWhirter headed narrowly past and United broke to the other end where Paddy Connolly was thwarted by the advancing Money as he bore in on goal.

Saints enthusiastic youngsters were certainly giving us a run for our money, we survived a penalty claim after Lavety went down in a tackle from John Clark and at this stage United were finding it difficult to stamp any authority on the game. Indeed, it took a tremendous one handed save by Alan Main to keep out a Lavety 25 yard volley in the 58th minute. Billy McKinlay carved out the best chance of the game so far eleven minutes later when he laid the ball into Paddy Connolly's path, but he failed to beat Money in a one-on-one situation with the keeper. The compliment was returned thirteen minutes from the end as Paddy Connolly left three defenders trailing in his wake before laying the ball back to Billy McKinlay who struck a near post shot from 12 yards into the net via the inside of the post. There weren't too many anxious moments for United supporters as United safely negotiated the final minutes to secure a place in the last eight.



Squad Statistics (as at August 24th, 1993)


1993-94 All Time
Age
Alan Main (GK)25 5 - 158 -
Brian Welsh24 5 - 675
Dave Narey37 5 - 86536
Gary Bollan20 5 - 364
Christian Dailly19 525413
John Clark28 3 - 31334
Billy McKinlay24 5319411
Jim McInally29 3 - 30420
Dave Bowman29 5 - 2679
Chris Myers24 4 - 4 -
Paddy Connolly23 519730
Freddy van der Hoorn (sub)29 4 - 1735
Andy McLaren (sub)20 4 - 26 -


League Table (as at August 24th, 1993)


No league table has been added for this season.