The last time Dunfermline won at Rugby Park in the league was almost fourteen years ago.
Rangers were given a good test as the young Pars side put in a very impressive performance.
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"You can tell by the way he goes about the place and what he does and what he demands from players that he sets his expectations high.
Having disposed of Partick Thistle, Edinburgh City and Motherwell, the Pars head north in Fourth Round
"We train harder and we train more. I think eventually that will do the team good. I still have enough belief in the squad so I am not
Today we were not under as much pressure but just got punished.
Pars pay dearly for defensive lapses and Aberdeen net three.
It was a good performance by the youngsters with Darren Stewart restricting Rangers to just one goal.
It is a four pronged attack all geared to making Dunfermline's Youth Policy reap benefits in terms of getting players through.
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The last time these teams met at East End Park Mark Burchill secured the win with the only goal of the match.
At the above fixture, East End Park was witness to a very unwelcome and potentially dangerous incident.
I felt all game that somebody was watching your every step. That is a good thing and keeps everyone on their toes and make people fight even h
Getting your best players on the park is the most important thing because football is about players and the second thing is filling in a degree of confidence within the group.
We feel that he can easily turn this place around and I cannot wait to get started with him to be honest.
The second goal is the one that gives you a bit of hope for the future. It was a goal of perseverance
Captain Greg Shields' 75th minute equaliser, set up Mason for winner two minutes from time.
The players have to lose the fear of losing and go out and express themselves and show why Dunfermline signed them in the first place
"It is very hard being a spectator especially in the situation that we are in. I have to look at it and think 'what could a fit Mark Burchill do for this team' ?
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It's almost a decade since United last triumphed at East End Park.
Clark Kay scores winner for Dunfermline in SFA Youth Cup Third Round penalty shoot out.
"I have been dreaming about this for the last fourteen months, so it didn't quite go as it did in my dreams but it was good to be back w
"It is easy saying that a new manager is coming in but we need to perform on the park. We need to start getting results because we are drifting away with Dundee United winning again.
"I know I keep going out this but ten players out today was a lot. Now it looks as though Roddy McKenzie will be out for next Saturday too."
Valiant try from understrength team, but Pars are still in search for first league win at Ibrox since 1972.
DAFC Chairman John Yorkston confirms that the search for a new manager is now complete
Lauder College deliver an eleven to lift awards. Modern Apprenticeships in Sport and Recreation and Scottish Vocational Qualification (level 2) in Activity Leadership.
Calum Smith scorer as Pars take point from Motherwell
"We are the second worse team in Scotland just now. We think we are a top six team and we are not. We have nine points after 13 games, that is
"We are not bottom of the league for nothing, we have not had enough wins and not good enough to get ourselves up the league.
"Whoever or whenever a new man comes in it will give the players a lift"
Disappointing Derby Day at East End Park as Gunner Stokes blasts Pars
Twice behind U19s come back to earn creditable draw against Hearts with late late McDonough goal
Pars hope to follow in Saints footsteps
Only two Dunfermline wins in the last dozen league meetings and half the games have been drawn.