Dunfermline’s Ryan Williamson has admitted he will have to pinch himself if he pulls on a Scotland jersey.
Dunfermline manager Allan Johnston believes Dundee United’s desire to win at East End Park will suit his side down to the ground.
Dunfermline have to go back six years and 10 matches to find the last time they beat Dundee United.
Young Dunfermline striker Callum Smith is being tracked by English clubs West Brom and Bristol City, Courier Sport can reveal.
It was a case of job done for Pars boss Alan Johnson as his side tightened their grip on top spot in the Championship with a comfortable win at Brechin.
David Hopkirk hopes to enjoy the sweet taste of success on the pitch with Dunfermline after getting bored eating Jaffa Cakes on the bench.
Brechin City boss Darren Dods believes Dunfermline’s attacking threat is summed up by the fact that Andy Ryan can only get on the bench for the Fifers.
Dismantling the form team of the division to depose them from the top of the table with flair and swagger in front of a crowd of more than six-and-a-half thousand, putting a cork in the excitement building at Dunfermline would be no easy task.
Brechin City are still looking for their first win of the Championship campaign after Saturday’s defeat away to Dumbarton at the newly-named YOUR Radio-103FM Stadium.
Lee Ashcroft fears Dunfermline will have to keep a pumped-up Gavin Reilly at bay as they bid to return to the top of the Championship this afternoon.
After three games in a row against Championship title contenders, the last thing Brechin City can afford to do is take a deep breath, according to manager Darren Dods.
Brechin manager Darren Dods says there is more to come from his battling side after they came from behind to draw with Falkirk.
Dejected Dunfermline captain Callum Morris admitted his mistake allowed Morton an avenue back into Saturday’s Championship game at Cappielow.
Dunfermline winger Joe Cardle has revealed that winning his first-ever player of the month award is all the more special after the worry sparked by the premature birth of his baby daughter this summer
Brechin City are expected to suffer some heavy blows in this year’s Championship.
Dunfermline celebrated a trophy double yesterday but boss Allan Johnston insists he will not be happy until he has some real silverware in his hands at the end of the season.
Brechin City boss Darren Dods praised the tenacity of his side despite them shipping four goals at home to Inverness Caley Thistle, a result which leaves them still looking for their first league win of the season.
Nicky Clark insists Dunfermline’s tight-knit dressing room can prove key in the battle for promotion to the Premiership.
Dean Shiels is glad Rangers mentor Ian Durrant has not been lost to Scottish football - but is desperate to get one over him with Dunfermline this afternoon.
They might not have won any points but Darren Dods believes Brechin City’s performance against Dundee United last week can have long-term benefits for his team’s season.