Hibernian 0 - 3 Dundee Utd

Scottish Cup - 4th Round Replay (2nd)
Monday, February 22nd, 1982, 3:00 PM at Easter Road
Attendance: 13,759
Referee: Hugh Alexander (Irvine)
Hibernian Dundee Utd

None. John Holt (53)
Davie Dodds (77)
Eamonn Bannon (pen.) (88)

Team Managers
Bertie Auld Jim McLean

Starting Eleven
Jim McArthur
Alan Sneddon
Bobby Flavell
Jackie McNamara
Craig Paterson
Ally Brazil
Ralph Callachan
Arthur Duncan
Gordon Rae
Ally McLeod
Willie Murray
Hamish McAlpine
Dave Narey
Paul Hegarty
Derek Stark
Richard Gough
John Holt
Ralph Milne
Eamonn Bannon
Billy Kirkwood
Davie Dodds
Paul Sturrock

Willie Jamieson
Erich Schaedler
Maurice Malpas
Graeme Payne

Erich Schaedler for Ally McLeod (54) None.

None. Billy Kirkwood (40)

Red Cards
None. None.
Appearances & Goals To Date
Hamish McAlpine (GK) 505 apps3 goals
Dave Narey 376 apps23 goals
Paul Hegarty 329 apps51 goals
Derek Stark 142 apps3 goals
Richard Gough 30 apps1 goal
John Holt 180 apps16 goals
Ralph Milne 90 apps23 goals
Eamonn Bannon 126 apps33 goals
Billy Kirkwood 205 apps47 goals
Davie Dodds 156 apps56 goals
Paul Sturrock 310 apps96 goals

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Richard Gough (19 years 328 days)
Oldest Player:Hamish McAlpine (34 years 41 days)
Average Player Age:24 years 294 days
Domestic Players:11 (100.00 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Maurice Malpas (19 years 208 days)
Oldest Player:Hamish McAlpine (34 years 41 days)
Average Player Age:24 years 181 days
Domestic Players:13 (100.00 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts


The match was delayed for five minutes to allow the healthy crowd into Easter Road to witness the third meeting between the sides to see who could progress to the next round after this 2nd Replay. United remained unchanged from the side that drew with Rangers two days before.

Hibs started the match in determined fashion and were eager and sharp in the tackle. Hibs first real foray towards the United goal was cut short by John Holt who tripped Ally MacLeod 20 yards out. The winger got up himself to take the free kick but the effort went well wide. United started to get more into the match with Eamonn Bannon and Ralph Milne both becoming more involved and forcing the Hibs defence backwards. Firstly Bannon swept passed Bobby Flavell but he couldn't control his cutback and keeper Jim McArthur collected the ball. Next for United, Milne flicked a ball wide out right to full back Derek Stark who swung over a cross, Dodds mis-timed his jump and the ball bounced off the unsuspecting Ally Brazil into McArthur's hands. Hibs thought they had taken the lead in the 35th minute when Gordon Rae outjumped everyone to head a Ralph Callachan cross goalwards only for Hamish McAlpine to react smartly and get across his goal line sharply and clutch the ball. David Dodds missed a great chance after 39 minutes when he kicked more of the ground than the ball when only placed six yards out. Billy Kirkwood was then booked for a scything tackle a minute later on Flavell.

Hibs started the second half again on the front foot with Arthur Duncan cutting the ball back and Rae reacted to slow to allow Paul Hegarty to clear. In the 53rd minute United broke the deadlock when Kirkwood swung a ball over for Dodds to head back across goal to the unmarked John Holt who blasted the ball beyond McArthur. Hibs made a substitution replacing MacLeod with Eric Schaedler and in 69 minutes had a penalty claim when Duncan went down in a crowded penalty area. Just as Hibs thought they may get back into the match United broke in 77 minutes and from Ralph Milne's low cross from the left Davie Dodds steered the ball home. Two minutes from time United scored a third after Eamonn Bannon scored from the penalty spot after Davie Dodds had been pulled down by Schaedler.

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