Eight go out and one agrees to come in at the end of the season.
Aaron Labonte and Jamie Harris leave Dunfermline for the Eircom Premier Division
Dunfermline Athletic have agreed by mutual consent to terminate the contract of goalkeeper Roddy McKenzie.
"It was on my bad foot so you are always happy when you score with your bad foot.
Hamish French's side beat the local rivals at Dalgety Bay with Scott McBride scoring the only goal of the match.
"It is not a question that I have asked to leave but I haven't been offered a contract. If that time comes in April and I haven't got a contract here and there is no contract elsewhere ...
"Playing the game in their half we started creating chances.
"Nobody was more disappointed than me to miss the penalty last week because I have no doubt in my mind that we would have gone on to win the game.
Pars get back on winning track with goals from Simmons and Glass.
In the last twelve meetings the Pars have only won three times as opposed to Morton's five.
Manager Jim McIntyre and his management team of Gerry McCabe and Stephen Wright who were accompanied by players Greg Shields and Mark Burchill
"They got a new lease of life in the last 15 minutes and they finished the stronger. They are used to playing on that pitch so maybe they are mo
"We were looking at beating Partick Thistle. We have not managed to do that so that's it, it's end of story. We are gutted that we are out of the cup, th
Double from former Cowden man seals exit from Scottish Cup Fourth Round in the Maryhill mud
"The Manager asked me to go at their defence when I came on, just get wide and get balls in the box. That's what I'm all about,
Quotes from the DAFC Legends
Stars of the past turn back the clock
To be fair to St Johnstone they defended the edge of their box very well and got a wee bit of 'la
"Our aim today was to peg St Johnstone back but they have created more of a gap now so that is the disappointing factor for us today.
Pars fall to single Saints goal as they pay heavily for first half penalty miss. Murphy's red card ends his Pars career.
A United Pars Meeting was held on Thursday 17th January chaired by Karen Brown. Twelve fans were in attendance.
The Saints have not won in Dunfermline since 1998, nine visits back. The match earlier in the season ended 0-0.
Dunfermline Athletic held their Annual General Meeting in the Kingdom Suite at East End Park on Tuesday 15th January. The audited accounts for season 2006-07 were presented and approved.
As a gesture of goodwill, following the very late call off of Saturdays' Cup match v Partick, DAFC Board wIll make a contribution towards travelling supp
Congratulations to the Irn Bru Phenomenal First Division Manager of the Month for December.
Scottish Cup Fourth Round MATCH OFF
Macca looks forward to trip to Maryhill
Former Dumbarton manager, Gerry McCabe, is the latest to join Jim McIntyre's back room staff at East End Park.
A Stephen Simmons double was enough to put Thistle out the last time the teams met in the Scottish Cup - 24th February 2007.
This Sunday we have a fixture like no other - our own DAFC legends of yesteryear take on Dutch side Ajax Amateurs
"The boys wanted to keep up the record of late so I think coming even and getting a draw is not a bad result.
"We came here to try and get three points, obviously we have not got that so we are disappointed on that front but it is still an unbeaten run now for Macca
"It was another iffy performance by the referee. That seems to be every week so we will need to make some phone calls because this is getting beyond a joke."
Pars take the road to Dundee for first match of the McIntyre era but earn only one point.
The Board of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Jim McIntyre as their new manager.
Last victory over Dundee on their home patch was three visits back in October 2004. Goals from Thomson and Derek Young secured the points.
"Two up, playing really good football, and in the second half took our foot off the gas a little bit.
"It has been really tough. I have said ever since Saturday night that we should have cancelled all the games as a mark of respect. I would like to dedicate my goal to his family.
"All we are trying to do is take it game by game at the minute. The leaders are miles in front so they don't even concern us, it is just about trying to get one result after another.
Pars two up after eleven minutes at Almondvale is enough to bring home the first points of 2008.
Sunday 6th January at the Fleet Ground, Rosyth. Kick off 11.00am - MATCH POSTPONED