Raith _ Qos 12 Sept 15 Starks Park Kirkcaldy.Kyle Benedictus celebrates.

Players who have represented both Raith Rovers and Dundee

Ahead of Saturday’s Betfred Cup match, we have taken a look at some of the players who have turned out for both Raith Rovers and Dundee down the years.

The list includes two current Rovers players, a former Scottish Football Writers’ Player of the Year, and a striker who went on to play in a UEFA Cup final.

A goal-scoring legend at both Raith and Dundee in the 1960s and 70s. Became the first non-Old Firm player to be named Scottish Football Writers' Player of the Year in 1967-68 while at Raith. Went on to manage both clubs.

5. Gordon Wallace

A goal-scoring legend at both Raith and Dundee in the 1960s and 70s. Became the first non-Old Firm player to be named Scottish Football Writers' Player of the Year in 1967-68 while at Raith. Went on to manage both clubs.
Buy a Photo
Arrived in Scotland in 2001 to sign for Raith. The Spaniard scored 22 times in a relegation campaign, prompting Dundee to sign him for �100,000. Was a big hit in his two seasons at Dens before earning a move to Rangers.

6. Nacho Novo

Arrived in Scotland in 2001 to sign for Raith. The Spaniard scored 22 times in a relegation campaign, prompting Dundee to sign him for �100,000. Was a big hit in his two seasons at Dens before earning a move to Rangers.
TSPL
Buy a Photo
A Dundee stalwart, playing 13 seasons at Dens Park between 1997 and 1990, including winning the 1978-79 Scottish First Division. The defender then crossed the Tay to sign for Raith, winning the First Division again in 1992-93.

7. George McGeachie

A Dundee stalwart, playing 13 seasons at Dens Park between 1997 and 1990, including winning the 1978-79 Scottish First Division. The defender then crossed the Tay to sign for Raith, winning the First Division again in 1992-93.
TSPL
Buy a Photo
Defender began his career with Raith in 1990, winning two Scottish First Division titles and the League Cup during his six years at Stark's Park. Raeside moved to Dundee in 1996, where he won another First Division title in 1998.

8. Robbie Raeside

Defender began his career with Raith in 1990, winning two Scottish First Division titles and the League Cup during his six years at Stark's Park. Raeside moved to Dundee in 1996, where he won another First Division title in 1998.
Buy a Photo
View more