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Slow start but fast ending

 Slow start but fast ending

Dundee United coach Gary Kirk conceded that his side had begun rather poorly before eventually running out easy 4-1 winners at Forfar Athletic.

Prince Buaben, Andis Shala and David Goodwillie with two were all on target after the hosts had actually taken an early lead at Station Park.

"After that first 10 minutes the lads picked up and in the end we won the game well," Kirk told The Courier.

"I was pleased with the way we played and once again it was good to get game time into a few players. When you look at the players we have in the stand — the likes of Jon Daly, Craig Conway, Francisco Sandaza and David Robertson — the future is bright if we keep them together."

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Writer:Vital Arabs
Date:Wednesday August 4 2010
Time: 10:11AM

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