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Celtic 0 - Dundee United 0

Co-operative Insurance Cup (Semi-Final

Hampden Park, Glasgow

28-Jan-2009 (7:45pm)

Attendance: 19,258

Referee: Calum Murray

Celtic
0 - 0
Dundee United
(Celtic win 11-10 on penalty-kicks)
 
 
Venue: Hampden Park, Glasgow
 
Attendance: 19,258
The Teams
Artur Boruc (gk)
 
 
 
Lukasz Zaluska (gk)
 
 
Andreas Hinkel
 
 
 
Paul Dixon
 
 
Gary Caldwell
 
 
 
Lee Wilkie (c)
 
 
Glenn Loovens
 
 
 
Garry Kenneth
 
 
Lee Naylor
 
 
 
Michael Kovacevic
 
 
Shunsuke Nakamura
 
 
 
Willo Flood
 
 
Scott Brown
 
 
 
Morgaro Gomis
 
 
Marc Crosas
 
 
 
Craig Conway
 
 
Aiden McGeady
 
 
75mins
 
Prince Buaben
 
 
90mins
Scott McDonald
 
 
 
Michael Kovacevic
 
 
Jan V. of Hesselink
 
 
73mins
 
Francisco Sandaza
 
 
86mins
Substitutes
Mark Brown (gk)
 
 
 
Michael McGovern(gk)
 
 
Georgios Samaras
 
 
73mins
 
David Robertson
 
 
90mins
Barry Robson
 
 
75mins
 
Sean Dillon
 
 
Paul Hartley
 
 
 
Jon Daly
 
 
86mins
Darren O'Dea
 
 
 
Danny Swanson
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
9
5
On Target
2
17
Corners
5
17
Fouls
15
2
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0




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The Journalist

Writer: Arab Jacques Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 31 2009

Time: 5:04PM

Your Comments

Having approached the game in the normal negative way probably justified the end result for the Arabs. I always shake my head at teams like this. If they think they are going to get thumped at least go down fighting and have a go!! United are one of the best and mist disciplined teams in the league. They should play to win more rather than not to lose as many.
weetim67
Weetim sorry to say this but your out of order Dundee Utd were unlucky IMO & played well
dannybhoy46
WeeTim67.... which game were you watching? Willo Flood could have scored in injury time, in one of the several good chances United created throughout the 90minutes. Dundee United gave as good as they got.... only injuries towards the end of the match gave Celtic the chance to start taking control. It was only when Samaras came on that Celtic looking like they were in control of the match.
ArabJacques
i still think you have a very good chance of finishing 3rd this season,theres still plenty of points to play for yet lads.
bluemooner_mcfc
 

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