With results like that we will not be c
We wanted to continue the form we had with wins at home against Kilmarnock and St Mirren. It was unlucky but maybe we got what we deserved
We should be going and winning the games that we should win
Pars find Thistle's sting in the Highlands. Still no away goals and late Tokely deflection costs the day.
The prize for the U19s 6-3 extra time win over Partick Thistle is another away tie, this time at Meadowbank Stadium.
The Pars have not beaten the Highlanders in the last ei
Mix of youth and experience earn a draw in Ayrshire
"I just went mental when I scored. I was disappointed when the ref booked me because I ran off the park."
St Mirren coach sent off, his team miss double take penalty and Pars take two goal victory.
I probably made a fool of myself at half time with the way I went about like a crazed animal.
One down to a John Sutton goal, the Pars came out a different team in the second half. Goals from Young and Crawford kept the three points in Fife.
Darren has taken everybody's frustration out on the ball, he couldn't have caught it any better and it was a great strike to ge
Leishman:- "It is what happens on the day and we have to go and perform at our best."
Two genuine mistakes. Even the second goal, Kris Boyd using his body weight to turn the player and have a grea
CIS Insurance defeat at home to Rangers means no repeat of trip to Hampden
Under 19s taken to extra time in tie they should had finished shortly after half time.
"1-0 is not demoralising, we can take confidence from this to take into the game on Wednesday. "
"We try as a team to get as many chances as we can but it was not possible today."
No team is over ambitious when they come to Parkhead or Ibrox. The second half we had better possession without really threatening Celtic's goalkeeper
Celtic Park game plan fails this time as Pars lose to a 31st minute Stephen McManus goal.
Dunfermline have lost nine of their last twelve SPL games against Celtic
Greg Shields returns to action but strong Pars line up fail to beat Dons
Everyone fancied Kilmarnock but we went into the game confident enough
The mentality at the club is to get dug in and we got the breaks at the right time.
Fairytale return of the favourite son. "There was only one thought on my mind after beating two players and that is hitting the target."
The U19s had a convincing win over their Kilmarnock counterparts in this SPL League match played at the Fleet Grounds on Saturday morning.
To score three goals was pleasing because we haven't been scoring goals because we have been playing with backs to the wall a bit and we haven't been creating a lot of opportunities.
Stevie Crawford re-lives the dream with a fairytale return
SFA Youth Cup First Round takes Dunfermline to Firhill on Sunday 17th September
Scottish U19s coach Archie Knox took a look at Dunfermline's U19 goalie.
Fifth placed Killie are the next opponents for Dunfermline.
Another 90 minutes for Greg Ross and a goal.
Andy has always given 100% for the club, he is one of our finest ambassadors ever.
Highlight of the evening was the close shave that came as a surprise to Manager Jim Leishman