Allan Johnston says Dunfermline’s mouth-watering league opener has been given added spice by the decision of Nicky Clark and Fraser Aird to jump ship for Dundee United this summer.
One of the transfer stories of the summer has taken another twist, with Willo Flood’s move to Bali understood to have collapsed.
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Willo Flood has sensationally left Dunfermline just a week after joining the Pars.
Hartlepool United have paid a touching tribute to former Dunfermline player Neale Cooper.
Willo Flood insists all the pressure will be on former side Dundee United in the Championship this season
Willo Flood insists the burden of expectation will sit firmly on the shoulders of his former club Dundee United this season after a summer of “splashing the cash”.
They started out as kids at Queen’s Park and have been pals ever since but Aidan Connolly admits it was still a simply surreal experience watching Andy Robertson starring for Liverpool in the Champions League final against the mighty Real Madrid last month.
Dunfermline boss Allan Johnston admits new signing Willo Flood’s experience will be invaluable in this season’s promotion push.
Willo Flood admits he has never been so determined to prove the doubters wrong and show he is still capable of cutting it at the top level by helping Dunfermline win promotion to the Premiership.
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.