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1980 Scottish League Cup Final

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1980 Scottish League Cup Final

1980 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1980–81 Scottish League Cup
Date 6 December 1980
Venue Dens Park, Dundee
Attendance 24,466

The 1980 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 6 December 1980, at Dens Park in Dundee and was the final of the 35th Scottish League Cup competition. The final was a Dundee derby contested by Dundee United and Dundee. Dundee United won the match 3–0 thanks to goals by Davie Dodds and Paul Sturrock (2). This was United's second senior trophy victory following success the previous season in the same tournament. Dundee's Billy Williamson was playing against his previous club.

Match details

6 December 1980
Dundee United 3 – 0 Dundee
Dodds Goal ?'
Sturrock Goal ?'
Sturrock Goal ?'
Dens Park, Dundee
Attendance: 24,466
GK 1 Scotland Hamish McAlpine
DF 2 Scotland John Holt
DF 3 Scotland Frank Kopel
MF 4 Scotland Iain Phillip
DF 5 Scotland Paul Hegarty
DF 6 Scotland David Narey
MF 7 Scotland Eamonn Bannon
MF 8 Scotland Graeme Payne
FW 9 Scotland Willie Pettigrew
FW 10 Scotland Paul Sturrock
FW 11 Scotland Davie Dodds
Scotland Jim McLean
GK 1 Scotland Bobby Geddes
DF 2 Scotland Les Barr
DF 3 Scotland Erich Schaedler
DF 4 Scotland Cammy Fraser
DF 5 Scotland Bobby Glennie
DF 6 Scotland George McGeachie
MF 7 Scotland Peter Mackie
MF 8 Scotland Ray Stephen
FW 9 Scotland Eric Sinclair
MF 10 Scotland Billy Williamson
FW 11 Scotland Andy Geddes
Scotland Don Mackay

External links

  • Soccerbase

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