Stevie Crawford has warned Dunfermline that the motivational powers of pal Robbie Neilson pose a massive threat to their unbeaten run.
Dundee United aren’t quite yet in Dunfermline’s sights – but Ayr United certainly are.
Stevie Crawford has dedicated his maiden manager of the month award to a late mentor after leading Dunfermline to a remarkable revival with four successive victories.
Dunfermline are on the hunt for a new manager after Allan Johnston’s tenure at East End Park was ended yesterday.
Danny Devine insists Dunfermline’s defenders are ready to stand up to the challenge for the second week running as they bid to shut out in-demand Ayr United star Lawrence Shankland.
One of the transfer stories of the summer has taken another twist, with Willo Flood’s move to Bali understood to have collapsed.
Willo Flood’s nine-day stay at Dunfermline without playing so much as a pre-season friendly isn’t the only swift football about-turn. Here are five other players (and a manager) who came and went with ink barely dry on their contract.
Former Dundee United midfielder Willo Flood has signed a one-year deal with Dunfermline. The two clubs have been trading players this summer, with Flood joining Mark Durnan at East End Park and Nicky Clark and Fraser Aird heading in the opposite direction. Callum Morris could also be on his way to Tannadice.
Dunfermline are hoping to bring former Partick Thistle winger Steven Lawless to East End Park, Courier Sport can reveal.
Dunfermline are set to sign departing Dundee United defender Mark Durnan, Courier Sport can reveal.