The Jock Stein 30th Anniversary Charity Match will take place at East End Park on Sunday, September 6, 2015 (KO 2pm).
"I always like to be a striker, I was brought up as a defender but I like to score goals. Hopefully there will be a few more, I scored six for Livingston."
29/08/15: "Overall the result was the most important thing today. It was good to get a few goals as well."
Ladbrokes League One: same Pars starting eleven. El Bakhtaoui (13) 1-0; Talbot (22) 2-0; Geggan (51) 3-0; Longworth (56) 3-1
Next goal will be a first for Richards-Everton.
Dunfermline v Stranraer, Ladbrokes League One: 3.00pm kick off at East End Park
Dunfermline Athletic Football Club is delighted to announce a new partner for the Official Team Coach to travel to away games this season.
The Board, along with every other DAFC supporter, were absolutely delighted with the win and performance on Tuesday evening against Dundee.
"The support the other night, and the atmosphere, was incredible and, as a player, that's what you want to play in front of. So, hopefully they turn up in their numbers in the next game"
League Cup draw pairs the Pars with Dundee United
Mo Hutton, the Pars long serving “kit man” explains new Kit Van will be named in memory of Club Legend, Joe Nelson.
"We are delighted, it was a special night all round at East End Park and hopefully there are going to be more this season."
25/08/15: "It was a real team performance tonight. I think it would be harsh to pick out individuals, they will all be tired tomorrow."
Scottish League Cup Round Two: El Bakhtaoui (11) 1-0; Hemmings (48) 1-1; Cardle (86) 2-1; El Bakhtaoui (94) 3-1.
Paul Joseph Crossan: the Pars youth player's interview as published in the game, DAFC's match day programme v Dundee
Your chance to line up with legends at Jock Stein 30th anniversary charity match
Legends and Charlie D's will be open on Tuesday 25th August for home fans only, for the Scottish League Cup tie against Dundee.
Scottish League Cup:
7.45pm Tuesday 25th August.
The teams have not met in this competition since 23rd August 1989 when the Pars won 1-0 courtesy of a Ross Jack goal.
"Reflecting on it, a draw would have been the right result but unfortunately they got the goal that won the game."
Link to audio of both Allan Johnston and Jim McInally
Ladbrokes League One: Talbot in for Williamson; Rory McAllister (30 pen.) 1-0; Michael Moffat (44) 1-1; McIntosh (89) 2-1
The Pars have played at the Balmoor Stadium three times and so far returned with a League Cup win and two league draws.
DAFC are proving to be one of the fastest growing social media presences within Scottish football.
"If I get my chance then I have to take it, if I don't take it, then somebody else is going to take it."
20/08/15: "When the team is scoring so well and scoring so many goals it has been difficult for other to get in.
Pars drawn away to St Mirren
No miss Moffat as he makes sure that Rab Douglas struggled to get down to his spot kick
A packed Royal Bengal Tandoori restaurant played hosts to the Pars Supporters' Trust Curry Night
Link to audio of both manager's post match comments
Petrofac Training Cup: both teams unchanged starting elevens; Michael Moffat (32 pen.) 0-1; Faissal El Bakhtaoui (44) 0-2; Michael Moffat (82) 0-3;
"It is a very close changing room, one of the closest that I have been involved in. Long may it continue.
"We are focussed on every game and try and win every game no matter what competition it is in."
The Petrofac Training Cup Second Round: Tuesday 18th August, Station Park, Forfar kick off 7.30pm.
15/08/15: "Everybody is pushing for places and hopefully that will drive us on this season
El Bakhtaoui (2) 1-0, El Bakhtaoui (8) 2-0; Moffat (13) 3-0; Cardle (32) 4-0; Craig Johnston red card (59); Hopkirk (65) 5-0; Wallace (73) 6-0; Cardle (88) 7-0; Scullion (89) 7-1.
Pars youth player's interview as published in the game, DAFC's match day programme
Andy Geggan is pleased with the way he and the team has started the season.
Allan Johnston is expecting Cowdenbeath to be much stiffer opponents when they return for back to back fixtures at East End Park.
Just two week's after the same fixture in the Scottish League Cup, the Pars welcome their nearest neighbours back to East End Park on league business.
The Jock Stein 30th Anniversary Charity Dinner is now sold out - a waiting list has been set up.
Pars can again catch the bus thanks to 1885 Business Club
"Brechin are a good experienced team but they couldn't live with us."
"We didn't create as much in the second half but we won 6-1, there cannot be doom and gloom."
08/08/15: AJ - "I still think we can do better and improve."
Ladbrokes League One: same starting eleven; El Bakhtaoui (8), Moffat (23) 0-2; Cardle (31) 0-3; El Bakhtaoui (44) 0-4; Wallace (80) 0-5; Weatherston (89) 1-5; Falkingham (90) 1-6.
Pars in search of their first league success at Glebe Park since January 1994
Can the manager change a winning team?
Callum Fordyce honoured with captaincy
AJ hopes for a magical season in an open letter to Pars fans
Meet the management team over a tasty tandoori at the Royal Bengal!
SPFL Development League: Magennis (17) 1-0; Ashcroft (23) 2-0; Magennis (34) 3-0; Hopkirk (37) 3-1;
Pars Fan Kenny McLachlan, who also works for the Cooperative, made time recently to visit a very special fellow Pars fan, and former Cooperative employee.
The draw for the Scottish League Cup Round Two threw up a home tie against Dundee
"We put on a great performance, scored five goals and it could have been a few more."
Allan Johnston thoroughly enjoyed his debut competitive home match in charge of Dunfermline Athletic.
Scottish League Cup First Round: Faissal El Bakhtaoui (49) 1-0; Shaun Byrne (56) 2-0; Declan Hughes (59) 2-1; Ryan Wallace (74 pen), 3-1; Shaun Byrne (78) 4-1; Faissal El Bakhtaoui (90) 5-1
Scottish League Cup First Round: Cowdenbeath will be the visitors two weeks ahead of the same fixture in League One