Belly feels it is difficult to see Dunfermline struggling
SPFL League One: Grant Gallagher (10) 1-0; Andy Geggan (26) 1-1; Gregor Buchanan red card (29); Chris Aitken (31) 2-1; Willie Gibson (44) 3-1; Jamie Longworth (49) 4-1; Jon McShane (83) 5-1
Pars trek down the A77 to face the League One leaders
"Stranraer is the one we have to focus on to get three points."
26/02/15: JP - "We have not been good enough defensively and not good at scoring goals and reacting to chances in the other box."
SPFL Development League: George Hunter (63) 0-1.
John Potter was understandably extremely disappointed after the 1-0 home defeat to play off challengers, Brechin City.
SPFL League One: seven changes in Pars starting eleven. Alan Trouten (73) 0-1
Tuesday 24th February 2015. Brechin City are unbeaten in their last 14 league games but have not won at East End Park in their last six visits.
It is with much sadness that the Club has learned of the death of the oldest known Dunfermline Athletic player
Josh Falkingham says team can put things right with a win.
John Potter was bitterly disappointed after his team's 1-0 defeat away to Forfar Athletic.
SPFL League One: Faissal El Bakhtaoui, Paul George and Stuart Urquhart start. Stephen Husband (58) 1-0
Station Park, Forfar has not been the most successful away trips for Dunfermline Athletic.
When Ryan Williamson returned to competitive action this week in the under 20s match at Kilmarnock, it was his first match since 22nd November.
Lewis Spence:- "Forfar can be a bogey team for us up there.
John Potter is hoping to take his run of wins to three when he takes his team to Forfar on Saturday.
"Hopefully everything works out well; I am really looking forward to it.
Lewis Allan has joined Dunfermline on loan from Hibs.
Half-time on Saturday, at the home game against Stenhousemuir, saw the PST invest a further £15,000 in Pars United CIC.
Kingdom Suite hospitality only £60 per person for the Legends of Rock concert
The 1885 Dunfermline Athletic Business Club is exactly one year old this month and the club marked this anniversary at the weekend by donating a further £10,000 to the football club.
SPFL Development League: Pars field strong team in stalemate at Rugby Park
The Centenary Club Lifeline are delighted to re-introduce the Gary Riddell Players’ Player of the Year award for the first time since season 2004/2005.
Andy Barrowman's two goals in the important 3-2 win over Stenhousemuir on Saturday were his first since rejoining Dunfermline on 13th January.
Paul George made his Dunfermline debut in Saturday's match against Stenhousemuir.
14/02/15: JP - "It took a fantastic strike to get us back in the game".
SPFL League One: Paul McMullan (18) 0-1; Colin McMenamin (44), 0-2; Andy Barrowman (45+2) 1-2; Kyle McAusland (74) 2-2; Andy Barrowman (94) 3-2
Both Dunfermline and Stenhousemuir were without a fixture last Saturday as their perspective opponents, Brechin City and Stranraer, were invloved in Scottish Cup action.
"I am sure that we can get a good result on Saturday if we keep our heads down and work away.
After the win at Ayr John Potter has found the two week wait for a match very disappointing but claims that he has used the time wisely:-
Supporters Trust happy to help out financially with specific projects
Andy Goram has come in to replace goalkeeping coach Brian Potter after his departure to Hamilton Accies.
Risk free bet offer from McBookie
The next meeting of the Supporters' Council is on Thursday 12 February at 7pm in the Kingdom Suite.
John Potter made another signing on Tuesday securing the out of contract former Celtic youth, Paul George.
Great new online booking system now available!
SPFL Development League v Rangers: Ryan Thomson (2) 1-0; Ryan Thomson (21) 2-0; Stuart Urquhart (66) 3-2
Centenary Club pays out another £1000 in prizes
John Potter confirmed his interest in a former Celtic youth player.
This semi final of the Fife Cup was also a benefit match for the Mia Brett Fund. Lewis Spence (37) 0-1; Dean Brett (67) 1-1, Gavin McMillan (78) 1-2; Allan Smith (81 pen.) 1-3
John Potter's weekly interview with the website was at the Excelsior Stadium, Airdrie after his under 20 team had lost 3-0 to Celtic
SPFL Development League: Excelsior Stadium, Airdrie; Jamie Lindsay (4) 0-1; Paul McMullan (71 pen.) 0-2, Paul McMullan (84) 0-3
Change of venue for Thursday's U20's match against Celtic and Monday's Rangers match
As reported last week, DAFC moved out of Pitreavie as from 31st January.
"I didn't expect to play but I was happy to get on the park to help the boys."
Gregor Buchanan returned to the Dunfermline Athletic team after missing the match against Morton while serving a one match suspension.