Dunfermline Athletic players will wear black arm bands at Saturday’s match against Queen of the South after one of the club’s directors passed away.
The scandal engulfing youth football should not overshadow the work of dedicated volunteers like Lorna McAuley, the head of East Fife Youth Academy. Michael Alexander meets a sporting heroine.
East Fife are looking for a new manager after Gary Naysmith was confirmed as the new boss of Queen of the South.
He may be the world’s most expensive footballer but Gareth Bale was displaying his golf skills when he teed it up in St Andrews on Wednesday.
The new Fife Elite Football Academy has made an encouraging start in producing young professionals for the area’s SPFL clubs, according to its head of coaching Stephen Wright.
Dunfermline Athletic has launched an urgent investigation following reports that two players came to blows whilst on a celebratory sunshine break.
Tam Cowan is well used to talking balls on the radio. But he’s juggling balls of a different kind when The Courier calls him at home.
Tales from the Dugout – ‘In Scottish football there is just one certainty – anything can, and will, happen!’
From the vintage tones of Archie MacPherson to the classified football results style of the late James Alexander Gordon, there are some voices which are instantly synonymous with football broadcasting.
With Northern Ireland in raptures after the country reached its first major football finals since 1986, it’s seen their manager, former Brechin City boss and ex-Dundee United/St Johnstone midfielder Michael O’Neill, hailed a hero.
A “large-scale disturbance” outside a pub ahead of a Dunfermline versus Rangers match resulted in rival fans appearing side by side in court.