"I think the fans will be delighted that Stevie has signed.
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Stevie Crawford joins the Pars for a third time
Preventing the unauthorised screening of matches not intended for live transmis
"I'm looking forward to enjoying my football and working with a good set of boys an
A good win and a successful 90 minutes for Scott Morrison, Greg Ross and Darren Young
"There are a lot of walking wounded in the dressing room but we battled through it. The character and the determination was there."
"We didn't think we would get twenty minutes out of Scott but he wanted to try,
Despite being without ten first team players Dunfermline made it tough for Aberdeen.
Pars 16 year old keeper in U19 squad for Firhill
Patrick Halpin scored the winner and kept the Dons out at the other end.
Dunfermline will yet again be miles under strength but great things are often achieved in the f
Dorus de Vries saves the day. "You have no get inside their heads."
They can shout what they want at me, they can do what they want I am not caring because I am fed up with negative people.
Through to Round Three of CIS Insurance Cup after 7-6 win on penalties.
"Sooner or later teams are going to score goals against us and if we are not doing it at the other end then we will be down the table."
Davie Muir played up front as Calum Smith was on standby for the first team, he came close to scoring but alas no Pars goals.
"They look a better side than last year, they have brought in players to improve the squad and should have no problems staying up. I wish them all the best."
Goalless draw at Tannadice after Burchill misses penalty and two more sustain injury.
"It would have been nice to have come back and get three points. I enjoyed coming back here it's a really good atmosphere....."
There's a guy down the chip shop
27 year old Internationalist on week long trial from FB Kaunas
"Craig felt annoyed when the boy went down in the incident that got Andy Tod sent off. Andy said that he did not make contact but the boy fell down.
For years Tannadice was one of those grounds that Dunfermline couldn't win at for love nor money but suddenly it became a place for celebration.
"We created enough chances to score four but Rangers with two good long passes into dangerous areas scored the two that mattered."
Sir Sean Connery was present for the Dunfermline v Rangers match on Sunday 13th August 2006.
"We have had a difficult start but I don't know if it is a surprise, we were at home and there is a lot more expected of you when you are at home against Celtic and Rangers.
Leishman laments:- "The upside in getting something yesterday is spoiled by having one of your best players injured. It has been unbelievable."
"At the end the boys were still pushing forward and although Rangers had a lot of the ball and put us under pressure, we still had a lot of the ball."
Owen Morrison was the hero as Pars claim their first points of the season from Rangers at East End Park.
The last dozen meetings between the two teams have seen ten Dunfermline defeats, one win and one draw. Seven of those defeats have seen the Pars concede three or more goals.
Serious need to sign strikers was evident as the Pars Reserves fielded two trialists upfront against the wee Bairns. Unbelievably the injury jinx did not take long to hit.
"We have only played one game home and away but we have a big game next that the boys will be looking forward to.
"I like to play like that but I prefer to be the one looking out for the knocked downs and lay offs, maybe I am too like Mark."
"We missed Greg Shields, he is an influential player for us"
A tenth minute goal from Darren Barr inflicted the Pars first ever defeat at the Falkirk Stadium. It might have been prevented had Dunfermline managed to take some of the chances that followed.
Hamish French's boys win Fife Youth Cup beating all comers at St Andrews
Somewhat unusually given last season's form Dunfermline are unbeaten in their last three SPL away matches and given the Bairns fine win at Tannadice this should be a
Goals from Calum Smith and Scott McBride and the third win in three nights put the Under 19s in a commanding position in Fife Youth Tournament.
Victory in second match in the St Andrews Tournament for the Fife Youth Cup. Two goals for Calum Smith, one more for McDonough.