Hugh played in all three European club competitions during the sixties
Input from fan groups attending an informal meeting at East End Park on Wednesday night much appreciated
61 Cup Winner and former Manager in Wishaw Gene
Safety of fans is paramount
Match practice the goal in Pars win on Tuesday night
24/11/08: Dunfermline Athletic Football Club are delighted to announce the appointment of new Directors who will join the Board with immediate effect.
24/11/08: Press release following appointment of new directors.
"You can see the lads are trying to do well out there, but if we don't start well enough and give them something to hang on to, then their game plan still works.
"That's three on the trot we have lost at home. If you want to win the league that is not good enough. We have to rectify that although it is hard to pinpoint exact
22/11/08: Comments from Jim McIntyre and Davie Irons
Pars out to change their fortunes at home but Morton one up after 25 minutes hold out for the win.
Another win for U19s thanks to a Ryan Thomson double, Lee Graham and John MacDonald
21/11/08: "We are at home and it is up to us now to get our home form right. Obviously we have lost our last two home games and that's
The Pars were held to a draw at Cappielow in September when a late Ross Campbell goal levelled the scoring after Brian Wake had put the home side ahead.
Four goals in resounding win at East End Park for reserves over northern visitors
After being out for more that a season, Pars 'Albanian' is happy to be back in the starting line up.
Craig McWhirter has joined the Board of Directors with a specific remit to strengthen the youth system.
Cannon, Hiroz and White score but only three goals in commanding victory.
"I think the linesman went to put his flag up for him and then realised that he wasn't going for the ball. He put it down and I took a touch and went through and finished.
"We will not get carried away, we are just glad to be up near the top region and keep battling away. I thought it was a character performance today because we had two sore defeats at home.
1-0 down in five minutes. Kirk equalised 19 and Bayne made it 2-1 on the hour. Elliot equalised 62 and Andy Kirk hits late winner
The newly refurbished Alhambra Theatre will play host to a wonderful evening of nostalgia on Friday 5th December.
Dunfermline have won only three of the last dozen league meetings with Livingston, losing four with the other five ending in draws but the Pars did win 2-0 on their last visit to Almondvale.
Macca makes early header count, Willis adds a second and Bell a third.
"In the last three games that's maybe the first shot I've had on target and the keeper's had to save so it's been indifferent, but the other night we still managed to score three great goals.
Sunday afternoon brings no goals at Dalgety Bay
"Another defeat at home is not great. We were hoping to pick up the three home points and we need to start picking up more points here.
08/11/08: Comments from Jim McIntyre and Jocky Scott.
Unchanged Pars starting eleven. 0-0 at half time. Dundee snatch lead in 68 and Pars fail to make come back
Out the last twelve matches between the teams, Dunfermline have won six, Dundee two with four draws. Dunfermline only scored once in the four games against Dundee last season.
"After I scored I was on a high but my calf felt sore and it was disappointing to have to come off."
04/11/08: "The good thing about having the game on a Tuesday night after a defeat on Saturday, it is a chance to get yourself back amongst the pack.
Calum Woods shoots Pars into early lead but Airdrie equalise in 9th. Glass scores direct from 29th minute free kick. Phinn made it 3-1
Austin McCann's former team mate, Kenny Black will have his men fit and organised.
"I have cleared the ball and he has kept running. I put my foot up; you leave your foot and you protect yourself. He ran in to it basically.
In all their guises Airdrie hold the advantage with 33 wins to Dunfermline's 31. In charge for the match will be Willie Collum, a referee with a phenomenal card record.
01/11/08: "It was a hard fought game; two sides going for it and credit to both sides ...
Hardie kisses Pars a fifth minute blow. Scott Wilson headed equaliser in 24. Craig won it 2-1 for Saintees with great strike.