Dundee Utd 3 - 1 Greenock Morton

League Cup - 2nd Round
Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003, 7:30 PM at Tannadice Park
Attendance: 5,638
Referee: John Rowbotham
Dundee Utd  Greenock Morton

Andy McLaren (10)
Jim McIntyre (36)
Jim McIntyre (pen.) (84)
Peter Weatherson (74)

Team Managers
Ian McCall
John McCormack

Starting Eleven
Tony Bullock
Jim Paterson
Chris Innes
Stuart Duff
Danny Griffin
Alan Archibald
Andy McLaren
Charlie Miller
Derek McInnes
Jim McIntyre
Jason Scotland
Craig Coyle
Derek Collins
Emilio Bottiglieri
David MacGregor
Stewart Greacen
Marco Maisano
Chris Millar
John Maisano
Alex Williams
Peter Weatherson
Paul Walker

Paul Gallacher
David McCracken
Mark Kerr
Collin Samuel
Billy Dodds
David McGurn
Warren Hawke
Paul Gaughan
Jani Uotinen
Scott Bannerman

Collin Samuel for Andy McLaren (71)
Mark Kerr for Jim Paterson (77)
Billy Dodds for Jason Scotland (79)
Scott Bannerman for Paul Walker (49)
Jani Uotinen for Alex Williams (74)
Warren Hawke for Chris Millar (74)

None. None.

Red Cards
None. None.
Appearances & Goals To Date
Tony Bullock (GK) 4 apps -
Jim Paterson 112 apps6 goals
Chris Innes 4 apps -
Stuart Duff 53 apps -
Danny Griffin 80 apps5 goals
Alan Archibald 7 apps -
Andy McLaren 215 apps19 goals
Charlie Miller 114 apps16 goals
Derek McInnes 7 apps -
Jim McIntyre 68 apps17 goals
Jason Scotland 4 apps -
Mark Kerr (sub) 7 apps -
Collin Samuel (sub) 7 apps1 goal
Billy Dodds (sub) 78 apps30 goals

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Stuart Duff (21 years 248 days)
Oldest Player:Derek McInnes (32 years 88 days)
Average Player Age:27 years 183 days
Domestic Players:8 (72.73 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Mark Kerr (21 years 210 days)
Oldest Player:Billy Dodds (34 years 238 days)
Average Player Age:26 years 249 days
Domestic Players:12 (75.00 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts


In a lively first half, both sides had early chances with Bullock having to save twice before McLaren opened Unitedís account on 10 minutes when he headed home from a corner. Miller and McIntyre both missed chances and the visitors hit the bar with twenty minutes played. They then had a good spell midway through the half but United began to take charge and Miller, McInnes and McIntyre all had good attempts saved. On 36 minutes, United went two ahead when McIntyre headed on an excellent cross into the net.

The second half was a fairly even contest, and the visitors had their share of the play, but only in spells. For United, McLaren put some good work in and, with better luck, his crosses could have paid dividends. Scotland was giving the Morton defence problems but the visitors were still troublesome and, with 15 minutes left, they pulled one back when a ball over the top beat the United defence and Weatherston broke forward to score. United were still struggling to cope with this lively Morton attack but when Samuel was fouled in the box, a penalty was awarded, albeit soft. McIntyre chipped in a cheeky spot-kick and a few minutes later he hit the post, but the match ended with United 3-1 winners.


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