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Centenary Club Lif£line

Centenary Club Lif£line Join the Centenary Club Lifeline here.
This is a simple two-step process:
1. register as a member below, and
2. telephone your bank.

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Latest Lifeline Winners!

Latest Lifeline Winners! 02/10/17: The latest £200 Lifeline winners were announced on Saturday!

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September 2017 Lifeline Winners

September 2017 Lifeline Winners 18/09/17: The following Lifeline members have scooped the latest £200!

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August 2017 Winners - Falkirk

August 2017 Winners - Falkirk 21/08/17: Congratulations to the five £200 winners from Saturday`s match against Falkirk.

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New Season Lifeline Winners

New Season Lifeline Winners 14/08/17: The first Centenary Club Lifeline winners of the new season have been confirmed!

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May 2017 Lifeline Winners

May 2017 Lifeline Winners 01/05/17: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed

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Latest Lifeline Winners

Latest Lifeline Winners 24/04/17: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed!

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Latest Lifeline Winners

Latest Lifeline Winners 10/04/17: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed

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April 2017 Lifeline Winners

April 2017 Lifeline Winners 03/04/17: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed!

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Latest Lifeline Winners

Latest Lifeline Winners 20/03/17: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed!

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Latest Lifeline Winners

Latest Lifeline Winners 08/03/17: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed!

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March 2017 Lifeline Winners

March 2017 Lifeline Winners 06/03/17: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed!

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Memorial Garden

Memorial Garden Dunfermline Athletic Football Club in association with Co-operative Funeralcare memorial garden is the ideal place for lasting dedication to your loved ones.

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Club Executives

Club Executives

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February 2017 Lifeline Winners

February 2017 Lifeline Winners 30/01/17: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed!

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January 2017 Lifeline Winners

January 2017 Lifeline Winners 16/01/17: Congratulations to the five latest £200 winners

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December 2016 Lifeline Winners!

December 2016 Lifeline Winners! 12/12/16: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed.

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Introduce friends to the Lifeline

Introduce friends to the Lifeline 17/11/16: Introduce friends to the DAFC Lifeline and win something for yourself, or, even better, have a great day out on us!

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October 2016 Lifeline Winners

October 2016 Lifeline Winners 24/10/16: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed.

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September 2016 Lifeline Winners!

September 2016 Lifeline Winners! 26/09/16: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed.

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Centenary Club Lifeline - Discount Scheme

Centenary Club Lifeline - Discount Scheme 17/09/16: Centenary Club Lifeline are delighted to confirm even more membership benefits have been introduced.

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September 2016 Lifeline Winners

September 2016 Lifeline Winners 12/09/16: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed.

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August 2016 Lifeline Winners

August 2016 Lifeline Winners 30/08/16: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed.

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August 2016 Lifeline Winners

August 2016 Lifeline Winners 10/08/16: The latest Centenary Club Lifeline winners have been confirmed.

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Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust

Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust has been registered as Scottish Charity No SCO45532 by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).

Charitable status provides benefits to the Trust for its business dealings, Gift Aid donations, and access to funding and support.

DAFC Ltd is grateful to the Trustees for their work in preserving and making publicly available the heritage of the football club, and more information about the Trust is available from enquiries@daht.org.uk.

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McCrae`s Battalion and Dunfermline

McCrae`s Battalion and Dunfermline The story of how football and World War One were inter-connected

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In food we trust

In food we trust Mary Duncan was the winner of the prize draw for those who bought the Heritage Trust`s cookbook ("Full Time") at the DAFC Open Day,

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July 2016 Lifeline Winners

July 2016 Lifeline Winners All the lucky winners for July 2016

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DAHT World War 1 Anniversary trip

DAHT World War 1 Anniversary trip Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust (DAHT) organised a trip to the WW1 Battlefields to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the 1 July 1916 disaster for the British Army at the Somme.

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June 2016 Lifeline winners

June 2016 Lifeline winners 03/06/16: Winners of cash and Knockhill prizes

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Retro Games Day

Retro Games Day The event was organised by Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust on Sunday 9th May

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May 2016 Lifeline Winners

May 2016 Lifeline Winners 05/05/16: £250 winners for Lifeline prize draw in May 2016

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April 2016 Lifeline Winners

April 2016 Lifeline Winners 08/04/16: £3000 worth of prizes

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March 2016 Lifeline Winners

March 2016 Lifeline Winners 04/03/16: Four more winners of £250 each

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Centenary Club continues to be a valuable lifeline for DAFC

Centenary Club continues to be a valuable lifeline for DAFC Prior to kick off on Saturday afternoon, the Centenary Club Lifeline Chairman, Jason Barber presented a cheque for £125,000, to DAFC Director, Billy Braisby.

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February 2016 Lifeline Winners

February 2016 Lifeline Winners Four more £250 winners

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January 2016 Lifeline Winners

January 2016 Lifeline Winners January winners for Centenary Club Lifeline draw:

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December 2015 Lifeline cash winners

December 2015 Lifeline cash winners Four more £250 winners named

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November 2015 Lifeline Winners

November 2015 Lifeline Winners Another four £250 Centenary Lifeline winners announced

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Athletic reach Co-op Final

Athletic reach Co-op Final Fans are asked to support the Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust application:- VOTE
NOW

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October 2015 Lifeline Winners

October 2015 Lifeline Winners Winners for October 2015: Four winners of £500 and four winners of £250

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Names for the Lifeline Draw

Names for the Lifeline Draw Thirty names in the £3,000 superdraw

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September 2015 Lifeline Winners

September 2015 Lifeline Winners Four more £250 winners named

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LifeLine August 2015 Newsletter

LifeLine August 2015 Newsletter The online application form to sign up to the Lifeline, will shortly become available directly from the club’s official website

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Centenary Club 30th year Celebrations

Centenary Club 30th year Celebrations Having been launched at the end of October 2013, The Dunfermline Athletic Centenary Club Lifeline has gone from strength to strength in a very short space of time.

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June 2015 Lifeline Winners

June 2015 Lifeline Winners Lifeline winners £250 each:

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Centenary Club to celebrate 30

Centenary Club to celebrate 30 Special anniversary draw and brunch to celebrate becoming thirty something.

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May 2015 Lifeline winners

May 2015 Lifeline winners Four more £250 winners and four pairs of Knockhill tickets

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Update from Pars United -

Update from Pars United - Update; 04/04/15 - Ownership, Governance & Management documented in advance of the AGMs, which will cover the year to 31 May 2015 - the first year unaffected by administration.

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Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust Objectives

Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust Objectives The Heritage Trust has been formed to preserve and enhance the heritage of Dunfermline Athletic FC.

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Centenary Club Wnners

Centenary Club Wnners Four £250 winners for January 2015:

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Jim Jefferies 2012-2014

Jim Jefferies 2012-2014 Jim Jefferies was the 28th different person to hold the position of manager of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club. This is only counting once for those that have held it twice (William Knight, Jim Leishman) and excludes caretaker managers.

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Centenary Club Lifeline Winners

Centenary Club Lifeline Winners November 2014: The latest £250 monthly winners:-

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Centenary Club Lifeline AGM

Centenary Club Lifeline AGM The Centenary Club Lifeline would like to invite you along to their first AGM on Thursday 30th October 2014.

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October 2014 Liefeline Winners

October 2014 Liefeline Winners Congratulations to the latest £250 winners for Lifeline,

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Centenary Club Lifeline Presentation

Centenary Club Lifeline Presentation August 2014: Centenary Club Lifeline meeting handed over to the football club a cheque for to the value of £20,000.

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DAFC Shop

DAFC Shop

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June 2014: Lifeline winners

June 2014: Lifeline winners Centenary Club Lifeline has received 992 applications.

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Pars in Europe

Pars in Europe The Complete Record - so far!
Forty two matches from 1961 to 1970, then two in 2004 against Icelandic team FH Hafnarfjordur and two more in 2007 against BK Hacken.

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DAFC Honours

A breakdown of DAFC's honours since 1885

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Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame The Hall of Fame is a relatively recent introduction but one which has become now a popular event on the Pars calendar.

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Club Badge

Club Badge History of the DAFC Badge

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Key dates in the club's history

Key dates in the club's history A brief history of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club

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Stadium Tours

Stadium Tours Organise your stadium tour now!

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Disabled Supporters Information

Disabled Supporters Information Information for Disabled supporters

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Macklin Motors

Macklin Motors As approved Ford dealers, our friendly staff will be glad to share with you their extensive knowledge about the Ford product range and answer any questions you may have.

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DAFC Vision & Values

Dunfermline Athletic to be recognised, throughout the football world as a sustainable and entertaining community based football club

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DAFC Board of Directors

DAFC Board of Directors

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DAFC Official Partners

Dunfermline Athletic Football Club believes that its Vision and Business Objectives are in line with those of the wider fan base and also the business community of West Fife. This should give stakeholders confidence in the integrity of the new leadership and in the new governance arrangements.

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Directions to East End Park

Directions to East End Park Directions to: Dunfermline Athletic FC,Halbeath Road, Dunfermline, KY12 7RB

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Contact Us

Contact Us Get in touch with us.
Address: Dunfermline Athletic FC, Halbeath Road, Dunfermline, KY12 7RB

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April 2014 Winners

April 2014 Winners £3000 pay out

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Centenary Lifeline nears 1000

Centenary Lifeline nears 1000 £60,000 marks the total of cash that has already been paid into Dunfermline Athletic Football Club since November 2013 from the Centenary Club Lifeline.

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Centenary Lifeline nears 1000

Centenary Lifeline nears 1000 £60,000 marks the total of cash that has already been paid into Dunfermline Athletic Football Club since November 2013 from the Centenary Club Lifeline.

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March 2014 Lifeline Winners

March 2014  Lifeline Winners Membership is now at 946 and this month's winners are as follows:

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Unacceptable Conduct

Unacceptable Conduct

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Ground Regulations

Ground Regulations

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January 2014 Lifeline Winners

January 2014 Lifeline Winners Cheques were presented at the recent home game aga

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December 2013 Lifeline draw

December 2013 Lifeline draw Prize winners in the first ever Centenary Club Lifeline draw

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Spark Centenary Club Prize

Spark Centenary Club Prize Centenary Club Lifeline continues to grow?.with fantastic prizes announced

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Pars United completes acquisitions

Pars United completes acquisitions Wednesday, 16th Oct 2013
Dunfermline Athletic FC and East End Park: "A safe future in our own hands"

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Pars United Business Plan

Pars United Business Plan Wednesday 16th October 2013
This vision of a new model for DAFC has been put together by Pars United (a broad based group of Pars fans, many with extensive commercial and professional expertise, and the Pars Supporters’ Trust (“the PST”)).

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Photo Albums from previous seasons

Photo Albums from previous seasons Links to Picasa web albums
2008 and before.
2008-09. 2009-10.
2011-12. 2012-14

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Pars United Q&A – Governance

Pars United Q&A – Governance Pars United is the corporate vehicle which was used to purchase 93.6% of the shares in Dunfemline Athletic Football Club.

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Pars United Q&A – East End Park

Pars United Q&A – East End Park When initially formed in April 2013, the stated aim and strategy of Pars United was to try and ensure that DAFC could continue to play matches at our spiritual home, East End Park.

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Ninth Hall of Fame

Ninth Hall of Fame Dunfermline Athletic

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2011 Hall of Fame

2011 Hall of Fame Three new inductees:- Andy Tod, Hamish French and Jackie McNamara

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2010 Hall of Fame

2010 Hall of Fame Cammy Fraser, Jackie Sinclair, Ian Westwater and Stevie Crawford inducted into the Dunfermline Athletic

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2009 Hall of Fame

2009 Hall of Fame Kenny Thomson, Bobby Robertson, Norrie McCathie and John Watson inducted

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Jim McIntyre 2007-2012

Jim McIntyre 2007-2012 Jim McIntyre's reign as Dunfermline Athletic came to an end on 16th March 2012. Despite the club being almost marooned at the bottom of the SPL, .....

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The European Adventure 1964-65

Article compiled for website "Tell him he's Pele"

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Centenary Club Assistance

Centenary Club Assistance AGM 2009: Centenary Club looking forward to celebrating 25th anniversary next year.

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Stephen Kenny 2006-07

Stephen Kenny 2006-07 Successor to Jim Leishman was Stephen Kenny. Stephen left Derry City to come to East End Park. An Irishman with a fantastic record of turning the fortunes of clubs around in his own country.

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Jim Leishman 2005-06

Jim Leishman 2005-06 The dismissal of David Hay saw Leish step into the breach once again and he helped the Pars avoid relegation in 2004/05 before taking the club to the CIS Cup Final in March 2006.

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David Hay 2004-05

David Hay 2004-05 Hay's tenure saw him in charge for 42 first team league and Cup games, only eight of which were won and a further twelve drawn thus making him one of the least successful managers in Dunfermline's history.

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Jimmy Calderwood 1999-2004

Jimmy Calderwood 1999-2004 Jimmy Calderwood was born in Glasgow in February 1955 but earned the title of "foreign coach" since all his prior managerial experience was in Holland.

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Dick Campbell 1999

Dick Campbell 1999 The club was still in the SPL when a disillusioned Bert Paton resigned on 4th January 1999. Dick took over, initially as caretaker, and guided the Pars to a run of just one league defeat in six matches, and that was against Rangers

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Bert Paton 1993-99

Bert Paton 1993-99 The appointment of Bert Paton was a masterstroke; already a legend at East End Park thanks to a sublime playing career, his coaching experience and eye for talent made him the ideal choice for the task in hand.

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Jocky Scott 1991-93

Jocky Scott 1991-93 Coming in the aftermatch of the tempestuous Iain Munro era, the board of directors must have hoped that the appointment of Jocky Scott would pour oil on troubled waters at East End Park.

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Iain Munro 1990-91

Iain Munro 1990-91 Believing, rightly or wrongly, that he had contributed to Leishman's departure, Munro bore the brunt of the fans' anger. The decision to do away with relegation gave the season an unsatisfactory conclusion, especially as Munro, under pressure to reduce the wage bill, used it to experiment with team selection.

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Jim Leishman 1983-90

Jim Leishman 1983-90 Although there were 39 other applicants for the job, Jim's passion and commitment led to his appointment on a permanent basis, the first part-time manager of the club since the war and the youngest in Dunfermline's history.

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Tom Forsyth 1982-83

The resignation of Pat Stanton early in 1982/83 gave the Board the opportunity to replace him with a seasoned campaigner capable of exploiting a potentially good squad of players.

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Pat Stanton 1980-82

Long-serving physio Jimmy Stevenson went so far as to claim that Stanton was Dunfermline's worst manager ever and that it was the only time he saw cliques allowed to form in the dressing room.

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Harry Melrose 1975-80

The failure to qualify for the inaugural Premier League was a body blow to a club already suffering severe financial problems and, as crowds dwindled even further, Harry could do little to halt the decline as the Pars slid almost helplessly into the Second Division.

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George Miller 1972-75

After taking over at East End on 25th February 1972, Miller helped the team gain ten points from as many matches but it prove to be too little, too late.

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Alex Wright 1970-72

Alex Wright became manager of Dunfermline Athletic just as the club was about to suffer a terrible financial crisis that very nearly brought it to its knees. In what was one of the most difficult periods of the club's history,

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George Farm 1967-70

George Farm remains one of only two Dunfermline managers to bring a national trophy to East End Park during an illustrious career in the game that came to a sadly premature end.

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Willie Cunningham 1964-67

When Stein left in the spring of 1964, Willie was seen as the ideal replacement, a decision that was entirely vindicated over the next three seasons. In his first full season, the Pars should have won the league title.

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Jock Stein 1960-64

Without question, Jock Stein remains the greatest and most influential manager in Dunfermline's history, a man who transformed a small provincial club of little merit into one of the most feared and respected outfits in Europe.

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Andy Dickson 1955-60

If there is one manager in Dunfermline's history who genuinely rose through the ranks it is Andy Dickson, a local lad who began as a ball boy before embarking on an incredible journey that took him from groundsman to manager in the space of six years.

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Fifth Hall of Fame

Fifth Hall of Fame Club honours Sixties legends Wilie Callaghan, Bert Paton and Jim Thomson; Seventies favourites Jim Bowie and Hugh Whyte and Centenary Club Chairman Pete Campbell for services to the club.

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Bobby Ancell 1951-55

After spending 1948/49 with Aberdeen he was approached by Dunfermline with regard to their vacant managerial position. He turned the offer down and but when Dunfermline turned to him again, this time in 1952, he accepted the job.

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Webber Lees 1948-51

The first manager to guide Dunfermline Athletic to a major final at Hampden Park, William Webber Lees ultimately fell foul of the boardroom machinations that bedevilled the club in the years following the Second World War.

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Bobby Calder 1947-48

Born in Rutherglen, Glasgow, Bobby Calder was perhaps unique in that he made the unusual transition from referee to manager.

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Willie McAndrew 1947

McAndrew took over at Dunfermline on 13th February 1947 on a salary of £500 per annum plus the free tenancy of a house in Shamrock Street. His six-month tenure saw him oversee only twelve matches, eight of them defeats, the lowest number of any manager in the club's history.

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Sandy Archibald 1939-46

Formally appointed on 16th October 1939, he was paid £4 per week for administrative work as well as looking after the team, which was preparing to take part in the eastern section of the Emergency League.

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Peter Wilson 1938-39

Prior to the appointment of Jim McIntyre, the only other player/manager in the Athletic's history was former Scottish international Peter Wilson back in season 1938/39.

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David Taylor 1936-38

A 4-0 defeat by Airdrie at the end of February ended all hope of promotion and, as the team slipped down the table, Taylor surprised the board by tendering his resignation on 10th April 1938.

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William Knight 1930-36

In 1930, with the club back in the Second Division, Willie Knight returned for a second spell in charge when Paterson resigned following wholesale boardroom changes.

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Sandy Paterson 1925-30

In the summer of 1925, Sandy Paterson stunned supporters of Cowdenbeath by resigning in order to take over as manager of local rivals Dunfermline.

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William Knight 1922-25

It was perhaps appropriate that on Monday, 13th March 1922 William Knight became the first ever manager of Dunfermline Athletic, his family having been prominent in the formation of the club back in 1885.

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Jock Stein 1960-64

The ascension of Dunfermline Athletic to their pinnacles of success during the 1960's began on the 14 March 1960 when Jock Stein arrived at East End Park to take on his first managerial position.

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Fergie's Hall of Fame

Fergie's Hall of Fame "I said history repeats itself, I would love to see you back in a good respectable position in Scottish Football. You may think it's impossible but .......

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The Third Hall of Fame

The Third Hall of Fame The Hall of Fame recognises the club's greatest heroes by celebrating their achievements and including them for all time in a Roll of Honour.

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History: 1895 to 1959

How it all began

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Origins of Club Nickname

Origins of Club Nickname The origin's of Dunfermline's nickname ' The Pars' have never been properly resolved

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Inverness Caley Thistle v Dunfermline
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 28th October 2017, 3.00pm kick off at the Caledonian Stadium, East Longmont, IV1 1FF
Falkirk v DAFC
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 4th November 2017, 3.00pm kick off at The Falkirk Stadium
Dundee United v Dunfermline
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 2nd December 2017, 3.00pm kick off at Tannadice

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