"The formation changed and we went to 3-5-2 and that allowed us all to push on. Even things like second balls we were winning and that was much better in the second half
40 years ago today Roy Barry lifted the Scottish Cup for Dunfermline. He reflects ...
"We are three strikers short now, since Tam McManus has also left. We need to get some bodies in and that is what we are looking to do.
Curtain drops on the First Division season with a satisfying four nil victory
Last match of the season Nick still feels he has got to prove to the gaffer that he can do as good a job as anyone else.
Jim McIntyre will give youth a chance at first team football on the closing day of the season.
Final appearances for Garry Leighton, Charlie Bradshaw, Derek Howie, Sandy Nairn and Kris Maxwell.
All these QOS players will be trying their very best to win a Scottish Cup Final start so no one should expect a typical lacklustre end of season affair with very little at stake
"At the end of the day it just wa
Jim McIntyre apologises and Davie Irons calls for rethink on play offs
Impressive Pars win as the life of a promising young footballer is remembered.
Pars scuttled at Greenock as the Clydesiders launched a great fight to stay in the First Division
"The disappointing thing for this year, even since Macca has taken over is when we have played teams above us we have not managed to beat them. That is going to have to change ...
Thommo stays but Burchy and Simmy will be leaving
Pars bid to finish in fourth place
Scott Morrison shot Pars into lead, then Charlie Bradshaw added a second.
"None of us could hold our hand up and say that we were playing well in the first half.
Bradshaw and Willis provide the goals to give Pars a deserved victory in SFL League Cup section
"We were going too long and too direct but we started to get the ball into wider areas and playing to feet."
Penultimate home game of the season and Pars go above cup finalists QOS with a penalty from Stephen Glass and a winner from the Player Manager.
"We lost through there (at Broadwood) and drew back here. It has been mixed but similar to most teams in the league. You know you get a tough game...
"More of the same will do fine."
With Partick and QOS playing Scottish Cup fixtures this weekend, the Pars can go fourth with a win over Clyde.
With a wee bit of luck Dunfermline might have grabbed a goal back before County put it out of their reach.
"We were favourites for the league, let's not kid ourselves on we have had a very poor season by our standards. We want to make sure that the fans want to come back ...
The post match comments from Jim McIntyre and Ian McCall
Firhill for Thrills? Craw's goal take Pars to within a point of QOS.
"I've been out for a wee while so it's a good time to get back?get a wee chance with five or six games to go?get myself back into the team.
"We need to try and turn the draws that we have been getting into wins so we are going there to try and win the game."
This is the Pars third away game in a row. Jim McIntyre's only away league defeat since taking over from Stephen Kenny was at Hamilton in February.
Pars keeper Paul Gallacher has pledged his future the club for a further three seasons having signed a new contract earlier today (Tuesday).