Forfar Athletic 1
Dundee Utd 2
Friendly


Forfar Athletic 

1 - 2

Dundee Utd


Friendly
Wednesday, August 2nd, 1995
Station Park. Att. 1,024
7:30 PM Kick-off


Goalscorers
Sandy Ross (44) Robbie Winters (50)
Craig Brewster (73)

Team Managers
Tommy Campbell Billy Kirkwood

Starting Eleven
Gordon Arthur
Mark Bowes
Ian McPhee
Bobby Mann
Alan McKillop
Stuart Glennie
Andy Morgan
Don McVicar
Sandy Ross
Paul Hannigan
David Bingham
Ally Maxwell
Mark Perry
Steven Pressley
Maurice Malpas
Rab Shannon
Andy McLaren
Neil Caldwell
David Hannah
Sandy Robertson
Robbie Winters
Scott Crabbe

Bench
John Donegan
Hugh O'Neill
Neil Irvine
Jim Loney
Kelham O'Hanlon
Roy McBain
Billy McKinlay
Craig Brewster
Paddy Connolly

Substitutions
Neil Irvine for Alan McKillop (46)
Hugh O'Neill for Ian McPhee (61)
Jim Loney for Andy Morgan (67)
John Donegan for Gordon Arthur (70)
Roy McBain for Neil Caldwell (46)
Craig Brewster for Scott Crabbe (51)
Billy McKinlay for Sandy Robertson (58)
Paddy Connolly for Robbie Winters (65)

Cautions
None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.

Match Officials

Mike Pocock (Aberdeen) (Referee)





Match Report


Although the scoreline may not have reflected it, this was another encouraging performance. Before Forfar took a shock lead immediately before the break, United had been well on top with Andy McLaren hitting the woodwork after only 8 minutes play.

Gordon Arthur then kept out a great Robbie Winters strike with his legs in the 24th minute, so it was very much against the run of play when Forfar took the lead. David Bingham played the ball to Sandy Ross who squeezed the ball home at the second attempt after finding himself in splendid isolation at the near post.

Five minutes after the re-start United equalised. Steven Pressley's weighted through pass fell into the path of Robbie Winters and he cleverly steered his chip straight into the back of the net. Craig Brewster fired one just over when he was right through after 64 minutes. but found the net against his former club to notch the winner with seventeen minutes left. He began the move with a pass to Paddy Connolly, but John Donegan, who had only been on three minutes couldn't hold Paddy's drive and Craig Brewster ran in to force the ball home form three yards. Before the end United could easily have added to their score, with Craig Brewster and Paddy Connolly both going close.



Squad Statistics (as at August 2nd, 1995)


1995-96 All Time
Age


League Table (as at August 2nd, 1995)


Pld W D L +/- Pts

No games played.


League results since United's last match
None.