Dunfermline Athletic
Quarter-One Review

It has been a disappointing opening quarter to the SPFL Cinch Championship league season for Dunfermline Athletic. Peter Grant took over in the summer and had high hopes for a promotion-pushing challenge this term, but so far, it is relegation that will be on the minds of all Pars fans.

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PAUL COMES TO TOWN

PAUL COMES TO TOWNPaul Town Stadium Artist is coming to East End Park on Saturday 6th November as Dunfermline take on Greenock Morton on to unveil a new trilogy of paintings telling the story of the Pars greatest European ties.

(The exhibition was originally scheduled for 2020 just as the pandemic hit the world, this is the first opportunity we have had to reschedule since the restrictions eased)

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SPFL Cinch Championship - Early Season Review - 2021/22

The Transfer Window has come and gone for the summer of 2021 for Scottish clubs and you can now bet on football at Lottoland now that the action has started. In this article, we review the activity – in and out – of all 10 SPFL Cinch Championship sides.

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2 Outta 3 Ain`t Bad!

6 points out of 9 for Scotland in their latest round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. A reasonable return with all circumstances considered.

The camp started off in difficult fashion, with numerous players calling off due to injury, as well as players being unavailable for at least the opening match of the September schedule, away to Denmark.

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Walking Football Over 50`s Programme

The slower version of the beautiful game hel at Pitreavie Sports and Soccer Centre.

Walking football is a variant of association football that is aimed at keeping people aged 50+ involved with football if, due to a lack of mobility or for other reason, they are not able to play the traditional game. The sport can be played both indoors and outdoors.

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Light At The End Of The Tunnel

Friday evening saw a glimmer of hope for Pars fans, as they travelled to local rivals Raith Rovers on Match-Day 3 of the SPFL Cinch Championship.

Unfortunately, the electric atmosphere couldn`t help the match reach a conclusion, with play halted only 12 minutes into the first Fife Derby of the 2021/22 campaign, due to an earlier power cut continuing to cause safety concerns for supporters.

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