Linzer Athletik 1 - 2 Dundee Utd

UEFA Cup - 2nd Round 1st Leg
Wednesday, October 24th, 1984, 7:30 PM at Linzer Stadion
Attendance: 18,500
Referee: Ion Igna (Romania)
Linzer Athletik Dundee Utd

Max Hagmayr (26) Billy Kirkwood (15)
Eamonn Bannon (pen.) (89)

Team Managers
Adolf Blutsch Jim McLean

Starting Eleven
Klaus Lindenberger
Gert Trafella
Kurt Nagl
Klaus Dantlinger
Christian Lehermayr
Walter Koch
Karl Meister
Wolfgang Nagl
Erwin Höld
Tadeusz Malnowicz
Max Hagmayr
Hamish McAlpine
Richard Gough
John Holt
Maurice Malpas
Paul Hegarty
Dave Narey
Eamonn Bannon
Ralph Milne
Billy Kirkwood
Paul Sturrock
Stuart Beedie

Hubert Wimmer
Michael Toppel
Andreas Roth
Rupert Lehermayr
Billy Thomson
Gary McGinnis
Dave Beaumont
John Clark
Alex Taylor

Michael Toppel for Wolfgang Nagl (69) Alex Taylor for Ralph Milne (78)

Klaus Dantlinger Ralph Milne (36)

Red Cards
None. None.
Appearances & Goals To Date
Hamish McAlpine (GK) 643 apps3 goals
Richard Gough 174 apps19 goals
John Holt 299 apps23 goals
Maurice Malpas 149 apps4 goals
Paul Hegarty 480 apps64 goals
Dave Narey 520 apps35 goals
Eamonn Bannon 261 apps67 goals
Ralph Milne 218 apps67 goals
Billy Kirkwood 329 apps66 goals
Paul Sturrock 420 apps129 goals
Stuart Beedie 16 apps3 goals
Alex Taylor (sub) 22 apps2 goals

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Maurice Malpas (22 years 88 days)
Oldest Player:Hamish McAlpine (36 years 286 days)
Average Player Age:26 years 353 days
Domestic Players:11 (100.00 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:John Clark (20 years 37 days)
Oldest Player:Hamish McAlpine (36 years 286 days)
Average Player Age:25 years 177 days
Domestic Players:16 (100.00 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts


United's Jekyll & Hyde performances continued with another impressive mid-week cup-tie performance. Although it took a late penalty award to give us victory it was no more than we deserved after being on the offensive for much of the game.

The first goal had its origins in a Dave Narey free kick. His pass to Sturrock was turned inside by Milne to Billy Kirkwood whose drive whistled into the roof lot the net. L.A.S.K. got on level terms thanks to Max Hagmayr whose shot on the turn took just enough deflection off Maurice Malpas to beat Hamish McAlpine.

Stuart Beedie was blatantly pushed to the ground midway through the second half without punishment but a penalty award for a foul on Paul Sturrock by Dantlinger in the dying seconds allowed Eamonn Bannon to step up and score the winner from the spot.

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