Dunfermline Athletic


Will the Wasps sting twice ?

They say that lightening never strikes twice – but what about wasps, can they sting twice within a week?

The SPFL Cinch League One campaign kick-offs on Saturday as Dunfermline Athletic face Alloa Athletic at East End Park for the second time in seven days.

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Two Outta Three Ain`t Bad

As Meatloaf once sung, `Two Outta Three Ain`t Bad` – and that is how we sit with the Pars` Premier Sports Cup Group Stage campaign so far.

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Dunfermline Favourites For The League One Title ?

Can They Live Up To Their Billing?
The fallout from Simon Murray’s last-minute winner for Queen’s Park in last season’s SPFL Cinch Championship Play-Off Semi-Final Second-Leg has barely settled, but the time has come to already start looking towards the upcoming SPFL Cinch League One campaign. Despite last season`s setback, it’s hard not to be in a buoyant mood ahead of next term, especially after victories over East Fife and Buckie Thistle in the Premier Sports Cup Group Stages. The Pars won those two games by a combined score of 7-0 and it’s easy to see why online bookmakers such as Unibet, who provide betting and offers on Scottish Football, have made James McPake’s side the favourites for the title.

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Goals Galore In The First Friendlies

Well, what can we say... we don`t want to get too excited too quickly, but it has certainly been a very encouraging opening to James McPake`s reign as Dunfermline Athletic manager.

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Win a brand new Paul Town Painting.

Win a brand new Paul Town Painting. New Paul Town Original artwork featuring this seasons new home and away kits and some classic strips of the past
This is a fantastic new painting which is available to win on the bonus ball draw format

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The Most Exciting `Wins` Come From The Cups!

The Most Exciting `Wins` Come From The Cups! The Scottish Football Association`s Challenge Cup competition came into being after it was agreed that there should be a tournanment with knockout rounds that was available to all SFA Member Clubs. It is the second-oldest competition in football, falling just behind the English Football Association Challenge Cup in terms of age.

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Recovering From Relegation

What Are The Next Important Steps For Dunfermline Athletic? (Editor : Wining Games ! :o) )

The Scottish Championship is one of the lesser-known football competitions in the world with 10 Clubs, who battle for the length of a whole season to win the glory of being crowned “the Champions”.

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McPake`s Masterplan

We have discussed the players leaving the Football Club this summer, but what about those first-team players who are being retained.

There are 14 of them, which provides a really strong nucleus for McPake to re-build around, albeit some of these 14 players may wish to leave as the Summer Transfer Window of 2022 progresses.

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Typical Scotland

We should be playing this evening against Wales. We should be hoping and praying for a victory to take us to our first World Cup Finals since 1998. We should be seeing an infiltration of Scots descend upon Cardiff for tonight`s crucial Play-Off Final match. Why aren`t we surprised that this hasn`t happened? It`s just `Typical Scotland`, isn`t it?!

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Player Departures

Dunfermline Athletic Football Club last week released the list of players leaving East End Park this summer. We take a look back at those who will not be returning to West Fife next term.

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Andy Goram

The sad reports reached DAFC.net this week that our ex-Goalkeeping Coach Andy Goram has received the devastating news regarding his cancer battle.

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Connect 4

It was a dismal campaign for Dunfermline Athletic, ending ultimately in relegation from the SPFL Cinch Championship.

There is a connection between Stevie Crawford, Peter Grant; John Hughes and James McPake, which all ties in to the Pars and the situation they found themselves in.

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