Local side Dundee North End are up next to face Broughty Athletic in their third pre-season friendly match at Whitton Park on Tuesday night.
With a 3-0 win over local amateur side Dundee Argyle under their belts, Broughty suffered a narrow 1-0 defeat at the hands of Highland League side Fraserburgh FC at Whitton Park on Saturday but it’s all about the team’s performance and match fitness than the actual results says Fed manager Keith Gibson…
“The boys put in a great shift against Fraserburgh on Saturday despite the single goal loss. I was pleased with their effort and overall play throughout the game as they build on their match fitness. That’s two games now under our belts, having already won against Dundee Argyle, with our third game on Tuesday night against local side North End who will give us a tough game. Our recent new signings, Ryan Blair, Ross McCord and James Collier, have settled in well and all the squad have been buzzing in training during the last couple of weeks which is great to see…”
Tuesday night’s game against North End is a 7pm kick-off at Whitton Park with free admission. The club canteen will also be in operation for those with to grab a bite to eat. Following Tuesday’s game, the squad head down south to Lancashire late Friday to face Morecambe FC on Saturday in their fourth pre-season friendly, finishing with a trip to face Fife Amateur side Cupar Hearts on Tuesday night in their final friendly game of their pre-season campaign before the opening Super League season fixture away to Linlithgow Rose on Saturday 6th August at Prestonfield Park.