Dunfermline Athletic

Brechin City 0 - 2 Dunfermline Athletic: Pars remain top

Dunfermline maintained their position at the summit of the Championship but the scoreline was a little harsh on basement boys Brechin, who played their part in an entertaining encounter.

Dunfermline's Kallum Higginbotham, left. Picture: Sammy Turner/SNS

Kallum Higginbotham pleased that Dunfermline have bounced back

The standing ovation afforded to Kallum Higginbotham in the closing stages of this top-of-the-table encounter succinctly summed up Dunfermline’s victory. It was comprehensive, it was raucous and it was richly deserved.

Dunfermline's Declan McManus celebrates putting the Pars ahead. Picture: SNS/Sammy Turner

Dunfermline Athletic 3 - 0 St Mirren: Pars surge to the top

This game came far too early in the campaign for anyone at Dunfermline to get too carried away, but the manner of their victory over St Mirren will send belief coursing through East End Park.

Gary Harkins scored in Morton's win over Dunfermline. Picture: SNS/Sammy Turner

Morton 3 - 2 Dunfermline Athletic: Jai Quitongo completes comeback

Talk about winning games the hard way. Two nil down at half-time having squandered a number of early chances, Morton somehow lifted themselves off the floor to snatch victory with Jai Quitongo’s winner in time added on. It was enough to topple Dunfermline from the summit of the Championship and underlined that Jim Duffy’s side may once again be a decent bet for a top-four finish themselves.

Nicky Clark hit a double in Dunfermline Athletic's defeat of Buckie Thistle. Picture: SNS/Craig Foy

Irn-Bru Cup Round-up: Pars progress as Premiership U20s exit

Dunfermline moved smoothly into the last 16 of the Irn-Bru Cup with a 3-0 win at Buckie Thistle.

Joe Cardle netted for Allan Johnston's men. Picture: SNS

Dumbarton 0 - 4 Dunfermline: Chances a fine thing for goal-hungry Pars

Dunfermline claimed top spot in the Championship with a clinical display that yielded four goals and left manager Allan Johnston delighted.

Joe Cardle scores his second goal to add the gloss to Dunfermlines victory. Picture: Michael Gillen.

Six-year hoodoo broken as Dunfermline Athletic eye Premiership

Dunfermline had been unable to get the better of Falkirk for ten games over six agonising years, but will be optimistic this comprehensive victory over their derby rivals is a sign of things to come.

Joe Cardle nets for Dunfermline. Picture: Michael Gillen

Dunfermline Athletic 3 - 1 Falkirk: Cardle hits brace

Nine-man Falkirk lost their cool as bitter rivals Dunfermline registered their first victory in this fixture in 11 attempts.

Jimmy Calderwood managed Dunfermline Athletic, Aberdeen and Kilmarnock among several others. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Ex-Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood reveals dementia battle

Former Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood has revealed he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease.


Rumour Mill: Celtic want Dutch international | Police probe Lennon threats | No Celtic return for Roberts

Celtic are tracking Feyenoord left-back Miquel Nelom, Police Scotland confirm they are looking into online threats on Neil Lennon and Patrick Roberts is not returning to Celtic before their Champions League qualifier against Astana.

Dunfermline's Joe Cardle (left) celebrates his second goal. Picture: SNS/Bruce White

Dunfermline 5 - 1 Inverness CT: Pars rampant against helpless ICT

If Inverness Caley Thistle needed an indication of how tough it will be for them to return to the Premiership at the first time of asking this was certainly it.

Rangers' Daniel Candeias (centre) celebrates his goal with Alfredo Morelos (left) and Fabio Cardoso at full-time. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Pedro Caixinha praises Alfredo Morelos’ fighting qualities

Pedro Caixinha believes Alfredo Morelos is destined to become a prolific marksman for Rangers after scoring his first two goals for the club.

Rangers' Alfredo Morelos celebrates the first of his two goals against Dunfermline. Picture: John Devlin/SNS

Rangers 6-0 Dunfermline: Morelos bags brace in cup rout

The blue shoots of recovery continued to sprout encouragingly for Pedro Caixinha as Rangers stormed into the last eight of the Betfred Cup with a free-flowing demolition of Dunfermline.


Rumour Mill: Green Brigade snub Celtic game | Dunfermline deny Rangers ‘match-fixing’ | Rangers fans want WWII titles

Celtic fans group The Green Brigade stayed away from the cup match against Kilmarnock, Dunfermline chairman Ross McArthur has denied rumours of historic match-fixing with Rangers, and Rangers supporters want World War II titles to be recognised.

Dunfermline's Kallum Higginbotham in action against Alan Lithgow (left). Picture: SNS/Alan Rennie

Both sides pay a penalty for missing chances

We’ve grown used to penalty shoot-outs in the opening weeks of the season in the Betfred Cup and this game continued with a variant of the theme, featuring a stick- on penalty claim turned down, a questionable one given and third that was clear-cut but ultimately squandered. It may have somehow ended all-square but Dunfermline were probably the happier in the light of Sean Murdoch denying the hosts’ Danny Mullen spot kick with a diving save with just four minutes remaining.

The expressions of Hearts head coach Ian Cathro (left) with Austin MacPhee (centre) and Paul Gallacher reflect the grim mood at Tynecastle on Saturday. Picture: SNS.

Hearts fans call time on Ian Cathro after embarrassing cup exit

Time is a commodity in short supply in football. Teams are expected to hit the ground running and managers are not usually afforded the luxury of limitless months to tinker and tweak a team that continues to underperform.

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The Dundee rivals will meet again in the next round of the Betfred Cup. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

Dundee derby in Betfred Cup draw while home ties for Old Firm

Dundee and Dundee United will meet again in the Betfred Cup after being drawn against each other in the second round competition.

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Hearts' Michael Smith (left) with Kallum Higginbotham. Picture: SNS/Roddy Scott

Hearts 2-2 Dunfermline: Jambos crash out of Betfred Cup

Hearts lost to Dunfermline on penalties at Tynecastle as they exited the Betfred League Cup to increase pressure on head coach Ian Cathro.

Connor Randall has completed a one-year loan deal and is available to face Dunfermline.

Tynecastle a stepping stone as Hearts stars chase their dreams

New signing Connor Randall said he jumped at the chance to swap a season as a bit-part player in the English Premier League for an opportunity to impress at Hearts.

Inverness CT's Matty Elsdon battles for the ball against Falkirk's Rory Loy. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Betfred Cup wrap: Falkirk impressive in defeat of Inverness CT

Falkirk moved top of Betfred Cup Group A and set down a marker for the league season thanks to a 2-0 victory at Inverness.

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