Dunfermline Athletic

Teams - Past Players


Lewis Allan

Lewis Allan Lewis Allan joined Dunfermline on loan from Hibs on 19th February 2015.

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Faissal El Bakhtaoui

Faissal El Bakhtaoui Left Dunfermline after scoring 30 goals that helped the Pars to the League One title in 2015-2016. Joined Dundee on 2nd August 2016

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Eric Bakie

This 1950s player made more than 160 appearances as a part timer for Aberdeen, Dunfermline Athletic and St Johnstone while at the same time holding down a civil service career.

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Souleymane Bamba

Souleymane Bamba A powerful and athletic centre half signed from Paris St Germain at the start of the 2006-07 season. Left September 2008.

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Andy Barrowman

Andy Barrowman Andy Barrowman joined Dunfermline on 3rd June 2011 from Ross County for whom he was top goalscorer in the previous season and was to make 65 appearances for the Pars, scoring 22 goals.

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Roy Barry

Roy Barry Captain of Dunfermline's 1968 Scottish Cup winning side, Roy Barry returned to the town in 2004 to attend the Club's Hall of Fame evening in the Glen Pavilion

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Graham Bayne

Graham Bayne Returned from serious injury to sign on 29th March 2011 until the end of the league winning season. Graham Bayne initially joined the Pars on a two year contract at the start of the 2008-09 season.

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Steven Bell

Steven Bell An Achilles injury in November 2010 at Cappielow ended his Pars career. 73 appearances + 10 as sub. 17 goals

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Jim Bowie

Jim Bowie Brought to East End Park by Harry Melrose in 1976, Jim played a total of 227 matches for Dunfermline, scoring 13 goals, before moving on to spend brief spells with St. Johnstone and Meadowbank.

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Patrick Boyle

Patrick Boyle A left back, Paddy, a former Scotland Under 19 cap, joined Dunfermline from Partick Thistle. Left after a season on loan to Gateshead

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Gregor Buchanan

Gregor Buchanan Spent one season at East End Park. Signed from Airdrieonians in June 2014 but was released at the end of the season.

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Liam Buchanan

Liam Buchanan Liam Buchanan joined Dunfermline from Partick Thistle on 21st January 2011.

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Lee Bullen

Lee Bullen Lee Bullen was a member of the Dunfermline youth squad that won the BP Youth Cup in 1988. Returned to play for Dunfermline 2000 - 2004 making 130 appearances and scoring 22 goals.

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Mark Burchill

Mark Burchill The Pars striker 2005-08; won six Scottish caps in season 1999-2000.

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Alex Burke

Alex Burke Arrived at East End Park in February 2008 and made 99 appearances before being released in May 2011.

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Paul Burns

Paul Burns Paul (27) joined Dunfermline ahead of their return to the SPL. A product of Queen of the South's youth system in 2000 he was promoted to the senior squad in 2002.

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Shaun Byrne

Shaun Byrne Talented midfielder who came through the youth system at Dunfermline. Given his debut by Jim Jefferies but released at end of League One title winning season.

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Willie Callaghan

Willie`s reliability and his ability not to get any serious injuries meant that he played 426 times for Dunfermline, the third highest number of first team appearances in the club`s history.

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Ian (Pink) Campbell

Having played at East End Park between 1973 and 1975, Ian moved back to Dunfermline as a veteran striker in 1985

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Iain Campbell

Iain Campbell 'Yanou' is a natural left-sided defender. Made his first team debut in December 2004 at Easter Road. First start was against Aberdeen on 12th February 2005 v Aberdeen at East End Park. Iain is son of former Manager manag

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Joe Cardle

Joe Cardle Popular winger who was a victim of Interim Administrator's cuts in March 2013. Made 138 appearances for Dunfermline, scoring 24 goals.

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Sorel Chemin

Sorel Chemin Arrived at Dunfermline in September 2014 after Jim Jefferies' had been alerted to him by one of his much respected sources. Left at Christmas 2014.

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Pat Clarke

Pat Clarke Striker Pat Clarke joined Dunfermline from Dundee on 15th July 2010. For Pat this was the start of his second period at East End Park

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Eddie Connachan

Eddie Connachan Hero of the 1961 Scottish Cup Final victory over Celtic. Two caps for Scotland.

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Stevie Crawford

Stevie Crawford Stevie had three spells with the Pars. He made 260 Dunfermline appearances, scoring 82 goals

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Willie Cunningham

Willie Cunningham Willie played in 7 of the 8 1961 cup ties, missing out on the Quarter Final against Alloa.

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Ivan D'Angelo

Ivan D'Angelo Ivan D'Angelo joined Dunfermline from Unione Sportiva Sambenedettese in August 2012. Made just two appearances

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Frederic Daquin

Frederic Daquin After a trial earlier in the month, Freddie returned to sign for Dunfermline on 27th January 2006.

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Tomas Danilevi?ius

Tomas Danilevi?ius Tomas Danilevi?ius (born 18 July 1978 in Klaip?da) is a Lithuanian international footballer who played three games while on loan from Arsenal to Dunfermline towards the end of the 2000-01 season.

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Charlie Dickson

1961 Scotish Cup Winner. Charlie D remains one the most popular players ever to grace East End Park. His tally of 215 goals is a record unlikely ever to be equalled.

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Paul Donnelly

Signed for Dunfermline by Harry Melrose in 1977 Paul went on to play first team football until 1985 and over 160 appearances later.

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Ross Drummond

Ross Drummond Ross was at Dunfermline for eleven years until released at the age of 20 to join Berwick Rangers

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Andy Dowie

Andy Dowie Defender who joined Dunfermline in summer of 2009, a member of the squad thatr clinched the First Division title in 2011. 137 appearances for the Pars

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Craig Easton

Craig Easton Signed in 2011 after leaving Southend United but injury kept him on the sidelines. As a consequence his short term contract wasn't renewed and left left East End Park in January 2012.

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Alex Edwards

Became the youngest ever outfield player in Scottish football when making his debut on 19th March 1962, aged 16 years and five days.

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Allan Evans

Centre back 1973 - 1976. Left to join Aston Villa, help them lift the European Cup and play for Scotland in 1982 World Cup Finals in Spain.

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Josh Falkingham

Josh Falkingham Midfielder who made 154 appearances between 2012 and 2016

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Ryan Ferguson

Ryan Ferguson Twelve appearances for Dunfermline, one goal.

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Greg Fleming

Greg Fleming Greg Fleming was signed on 10th July 2009 on a year long loan from Oldham Athletic. He was born in Dunfermline and returns to live in the town after moving to play for Gretna. Made 34 appearances for Dunfermline and achieved one shut out.

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Ross Forbes

Ross Forbes 33 appearances and four goals while at Dunfermline for just under a year from January 2014

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Callum Fordyce

Callum Fordyce Callum spent two seasons at East End Park from 2015 until May 2017

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Bobby Forrest

Starting his career with Dunfermline in 1980, Bobby went on to make 217 appearances for the club and made the transition from Second Division to Premier League.

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Cammy Fraser

Cammy Fraser After picking up a Scottish Cup winners's medal with the Pars in 1960/61 (at just 19 he was the youngest player on either side) and an Under 23 Cap the following season, Fraser was transferred to Aston Villa for £23,500 in October 1962.

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Hamish French

Hamish French Jocky Scott brought him to Dunfermline on 23rd October 1991 for a fee of £150,000.Over the next nine seasons, Hamish was a regular in the Pars side under a succession of different managers.

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Paul Gallacher

Paul Gallacher Paul had two spells at the club separated by two seasons at St Mirren. Totalled 135 starts and completed 39 shut outs

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Andy Geggan

Andy Geggan Andy Geggan was signed from Ayr United for the start of the 2012-13 season and returned to Ayr in May 2017.

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Paul George

Paul George Paul moved to Celtic as a 15 year old when Tommy Burns was there.

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Willie Gibson

After just four games of the 2009-10 season Stephen was sidelined through injury and he was released at the end of that season without ever p

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Ryan Goodfellow

Ryan Goodfellow Goalkeeper, a product of the Dunfermline youth system whose first team appearances were limited to just two starts and four subs appearances.

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David Graham

David Graham David Graham signed for Dunfermline on 20th January 2009. Joining from Hamilton Accies until May 2010, he made is debut against QOS at East End Park on Saturday 31st January.

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Martin Hardie

Martin Hardie His eight goal scoring streak in his last eight matches of the 2010-11 season helped propel his side ahead of rivals Raith Rovers at the top of the First Division.

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Kevin Harper

Kevin Harper Former Hibs winger Kevin Harper joined Dunfermline on a two year deal in July 2007. He moved back to Scotland after playing in England for the last nine years.

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Jamie Harris

Jamie Harris Jamie Harris is Welsh but spent the three seasons at Shelbourne in Ireland before coming to Scotland in January 2007.

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Chris Higgins

Chris Higgins Central defender who joined Dunfermline from Clyde in June 2009. Made 42 appearances for Dunfermline.

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Jim Herriot

Jim Herriot The Scottish international goalkeeper who won his first representative honours while at East End Park.

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Graeme Holmes

Graeme Holmes Spent two seasons at East End Park until he was released at the end of season 2009-10. Made just 29 appearances.

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David Hopkirk

David Hopkirk `Hoppy` signed for Dunfermline Athletic on 30 January 2015, released 9th November 2017

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Michal Hrivnak

Michal Hrivnak Dunfermline signed Michal Hrivnak in July 2012 on a one year deal. Left in August 2013.

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Noel Hunt

Noel Hunt After joining Dunfermline on 27 January 2003 he went on to make 80 appearances and score eight goals before leaving for Dundee united in June 2006.

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Kyle Hutton

Kyle Hutton Signed on loan from Rangers on the last day of the January 2012 transfer window. Capped at both U19 and U21 level Hutton had played 14 times for Rangers,

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Jake Hyde

Jake Hyde The 20 year old Englishman signed as an amateur at the end of March 2011 for the remainder of the 2010-2011 season.

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Davie Irons

Davie Irons Joined Dunfermline in March 1988 and made 106 league appearances, scoring nine times and eight League Cup appearances with two goals and a further eight Scottish Cup appearances with no goals.

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Ross Jack

Ross Jack Dunfermline paid a bargain £15,000 transfer fee to bring Ross from Dundee on 23rd October 1987. He scored on his debut the following day in the 3-2 defeat at Motherwell.

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Luke Johnston

Luke Johnston Six appearances for Dunfermline while on loan from Dundee United

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Stephen Jordan

Stephen Jordan Left when Interim Administrators made him redundant

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Geir Karlsen

Geir Karlsen Norwegian goalkeeper who joined the Pars from Rosenburg Ballklub in November 1973

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Chris Kane

Chris Kane Chris Kane signed for Dunfermline Athletic the day after his nineteenth birthday on 1st June 2012. He is a central midfielder who spent seven years at Hearts having joined them from Hibs.

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Alex Keddie

Alex Keddie Much sought after following impressive Scottish Cup Semi Final and Final appearances against Celtic and Dundee United, joined Dunfermline from Ross County for season 2010-11.

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Jim Kerray

A striker from the 60s who scored 22 goals in 55 appearances

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Andy Kirk

Andy Kirk Striker who left when made redundant by Interim Administrator in March 2013. 178 appearances for Dunfe

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Bobby Kirk

Bobby Kirk A tough-tackling right-back, Bobby played in Dunfermline's League Cup Final defeat by East Fife in October 1949.

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Istvan Kozma

Istvan Kozma Signed from Bordeaux for an all-time record fee of £540,000 in September 1989 midfielder Istvan Kozma was capped 13 times for Hungary while with Dunfermline

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Aaron Labonte

Aaron Labonte A centre back who was one season at Newcastle United before joining Dunfermline in May 2003.

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Jim Leishman

Jim Leishman Jim Leishman signed in 1968 as a schoolboy international, the year in which Dunfermline won the Scottish Cup, he joined the Pars as an 'S' signing.

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Rory Loy

Rory Loy Rangers striker who spent five months on loan at Dunfermline in early 2009. 23 appearances 2 goals.

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Marc McAusland

Marc McAusland Central defender who made 13 appearances between September 2015 and January 2016

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Scott McBride

Scott McBride Went on loan to Cowdenbeath in July 2009 before subsequently joining the Blu

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Austin McCann

Austin McCann Austin McCann joined on freedom of contract from Football League Two club, Notts County in May 2008.

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Norrie McCathie

Norrie McCathie 23 March 1961 - 8 January 1996.
Norrie was the Dunfermline Athletic Club Captain when he tragically died from carbon monoxide poisoning at his home on 8th January 1996. He was only 34.

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Jamie McCunnie

Jamie McCunnie Jamie McCunnie, former Scotland U21 captain arrived at East End Park in August 2005. Scored his only goal for Dunfermline with a rocket of a shot in the CIS Insurance Cup Tie at Kilmarnock in September 2005. Played in the 2007 Scottish Cup Final before leaving the club to join Hartlepool United for season 2007-2008

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Tommy McDonald

Tommy McDonald 1961 Scottish Cup Winner. Tommy joined Dunfermline on 1 July 1960 from Leicester City for £3,000. He had previously played for Hibernian before moving south to Wolves in April 1954.

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Steven McDougall

Steven McDougall Famously bought his own way out of his contract at Airdrie United to join Dunfermline. The 23-year-old winger signed a two-year deal in June 2009 time for the start of pre-season training.

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Michael McGlinchey

Michael McGlinchey New Zealand-born Michael McGlinchey joined Dunfermline in November, on loan from Celtic until 20th January 2008. Michael made his Pars debut at McDiarmid Park on Saturday 10th November 2007.

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Phil McGuire

Phil McGuire Phil McGuire signed a two year deal with Dunfermline just prior to getting on the plane to jet off to Holland for the 2006 pre season tour.

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Neil McGregor

Neil McGregor Neil McGregor was signed after impressing in the home friendly against Coventry on Wednesday 29th July 2009. Left Dunfermline when contract expired in 2011.

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Jim McIntyre

Jim McIntyre At 34 years of age joined Dunfermline on a two year deal in July 2006. An experienced striker, Jim could also play in left midfield.

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Roddy McKenzie

Roddy McKenzie Goalkeeper Roddy Mackenzie signed up on a two year contract on 13th July 2006. Left Dunfermline during season 2007-2008, and subsequently joined Livingston in Season 2008-2009.

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Dan McLindon

Dan McLindon 1961 Scottish Cup Winning squad member

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Tam McManus

Tam McManus Tam McManus was signed in February 2007 for the remainder of the season.

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Gavin McMillan

Gavin McMillan Youth at Dunfermline from U10 level until released at age of 18

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Jordan McMillan

Jordan McMillan Club captain who was victim of the Interim Administrator on Thursday 28th March 2013

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Ron Mailer

Ron Mailer Captain in 1961 of the first Dunfermline side ever to win the Scottish Cup.

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Bent Martin

Bent Martin This Danish goalkeeper was a member of the Pars side that won the 1968 Scottish Cup

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Gary Mason

Gary Mason A hard tackling ball winner from Edinburgh

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Harry Melrose

Harry signed for Dunfermline on a free transfer from Rangers in May 1958. In all he spent 7 years at East End Park, making 275 appearances and scoring 106 goals.

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Scott Mercer

Scott Mercer Scott was at Dunfermline over ten years but was released at the age of 19. Went on to play for East Fife.

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Ross Millen

Ross Millen Made his first team debut at the age of 18 and in just over two seasons made 80 appearances

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Barrie Mitchell

In five years at East End Park, Barrie Mitchell was never far from the headlines even though it was often for reasons other than his playing ability.

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Michael Moffat

Michael Moffat Popular striker signed from Ayr United for season 2014-2015, returned to Ayr United for season 2017-2018

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Jamie Mole

Jamie Mole Hearts striker who spent four months on loan at Dunfermline from January 2009. 16 appearances, no goals.

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Owen Morrison

Owen Morrison Hailing from Northern Ireland, the 25 year old made 31 appearances for Dunfermline after joining from Bradford City for the start of the 2006-2007 season.

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Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison Left sided defender / wing back who joined from Aberdeen for the start of the 2005-2006 season.

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Sean Murdoch

Sean Murdoch Goalkeeper Sean joined Dunfermline Athletic full time in the summer of 2003.

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Scott Muirhead

Scott Muirhead Signed for Dunfermline near the end of the transfer window in January 2006. May be used as a left sided midfielder, although he did have a successful role at full back in season 2006-07.

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Danny Murphy

Danny Murphy Motherwell's Danny Murphy joined Dunfermline on a short-term loan in October 2007. At the end of his loan period Danny joined Cork City in February 2008.

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Grant Munro

Grant Munro Central defender / full back who left after making just one start and two appearances off the bench Grant was released at the end of th

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Jimmy Nicholl

Jimmy Nicholl Jimmy made 24 appearances for the Pars in 1989-90 before leaving to become player-manager at Raith Rovers.

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Barry Nicholson

Barry Nicholson Barry Nicholson was a regular in the Pars midfield from 2000 - 2005. Made three international appearances while at Dunfermline.

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James O'Brien

James O'Brien Signed on loan from Celtic on 5th January 2007. The top goalscorer for Celtic Reserves had not played for the Celtic first team but he was thrown in for the Pars Scottish Cup tie against Rangers.

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Declan O'Kane

Declan O'Kane Central defender released in summer of 2015 at the age of 20. Went on to join East Fife

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George Peebles

George Peebles 1961 Scottish Cup Winner. George made a remarkable 421 appearances, putting him in fourth place in the list of all time Pars appearances.

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Bert Paton

The highlight of Bert's career was the 1968 Scottish Cup triumph, a victory made all the sweeter because Bert had missed the 1965 Final through injury.

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Greg Paterson

Greg Paterson Former pupli of Woodmill High School, Greg came through the youth system at Dunfermline, representing Scotland and eventually made it to the first team only to break his leg against Dundee.

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Nick Phinn

Nick Phinn A product of the Pars youth development system, Nick made his first team debut in 2005-2006 aged 17

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Willie Renton

Although he began with Lochore Welfare, Willie Renton played for St Johnstone, and St Mirren before arriving at Eat End in 1968, supposedly as a replacement for Celtic-bound Tom Callaghan.

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Bobby Robertson

Bobby Robertson Signed by George Miller on an 'S' form in 1975, Bobby played in a then record number appearances for the club before moving onto Alloa after playing in the club's first ever Premier League campaign in 1987/88.

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Craig Robertson

Craig Robertson Craig transferred for a fee of £25,000 in 1987 from Raith Rovers, and went onto become the Scottish Premier League's top scoring midfielder in 87/88, despite the club being relegated.

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Graeme Robertson

Signed from Queen of the South ahead of the 1987/88 Premier League campaign, Robbo made the right back slot his own after replacing outgoing namesake Bobby in the number two shirt.

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Hugh Robertson

Hugh Robertson Between 1965 and 1971 Hugh Robertson made 239 first team appearances for Dunfermline including 17 in Europe, scoring 61 goals.

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Andy Rolland

After 45 appearances for the Pars shocked East End Park on 31st October 1979 by leaving after a fall-out over payments to join Cowdenbeath for the third time, this time as manager

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Shaun Rooney

Shaun Rooney Made 14 appearances and scored one goal before leaving to join York City in May 2016.

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Greg Ross

Greg Ross Made his first team debut v Kilmarnock at home Saturday 20th November 2004. In so doing he became the youngest ever player, at 17 years and 202 days, to start a Premier League match

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Jack Ross

Jack Ross Jack Ross signed for the Pars on Thursday 17th September 2010 but never played for the Club. The right back signed after being a free agent for two weeks after his contract at Hamilton Accies was terminated.

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Marco Ruitenbeek

Marco Ruitenbeek Marco Ruitenbeek, a goalkeeper signed from Dutch Second Division club, Go Ahead Eagles in May 2000.

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Kevin Rutkiewicz

Kevin Rutkiewicz The commanding centre half was at St Johnstone for six and a half years

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Bobby Ryan

Bobby Ryan Signed an 18 month contract when joining from Irish League Champions Shelbourne on 12th January 2007.

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Ryan Scully

Ryan Scully Spent two seasons at East End Park while out on loan from Patrick Thistle.

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Greg Shields

Greg Shields Joined Dunfermline for a second term on Friday 23rd January 2004. 237 appearances for Dunfermline, four goals.

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Stephen Simmons

Stephen Simmons After 105 matches with Hearts scoring 9 goals Stephen joined Dunfermline on 26th January 2006.

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Jackie Sinclair

Jackie Sinclair Jackie Sinclair was one of Jock Stein's first signings. He was signed in July 1960 from Blairhall Colliery and made his debut in a 1-0 win at Airdrie on 10 April 1961

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Andrius Skerla

Andrius Skerla Lithuanian internationalist who played for Dunfermline from 2000 to March 2005. Remembered by the Pars fans, for scoring Dunfermline's only goal in the 2004 Scottish Cup Fina

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Alex Smith

Alex Smith One of the finest players ever to don the Pars black and white, the surprise has to be that Smith was never capped by Scotland.

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Andy Smith

Andy Smith Andy Smith signed for Dunfermline in July 1995 and went on to play a significant role in promotion to the Premier League.

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Bobby Smith

Captain of the club for their then only First Division Championship in 1988/89 season, Bobby was a veteran full back brought in by Jim Leishman from Hibs in September 1987.

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Calum Smith

Calum Smith Youth Team player from 2005-2007

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Chris Smith

Chris Smith Chris Smith was signed by Dunfermline in July 2010. This was the third time that he had left Paisley for Dunfermline.

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Mark Smith

After 52 appearances and 6 goals for Dunfermline, Mark will always be remember for THAT goal in the 2-0 cup win over Rangers in January 1988.

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Trevor Smith

A stalwart at the club between 1982 and 1991, Trevor won both the Second and First division titles during his time at the club.

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John Sweeney

Member of the Scottish Cup winning team in 1961

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Dave Thomson

Dave Thomson 1961 Scottish Cup Winner. Despite playing only 12 matches for Dunfermline Dave is a legend for scoring the opening goal in the final.

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Jason Thomson

Jason Thomson Jason Thomson was loaned from Hearts to Dunfermline for six months from 8th July 2011. He made 14 appearances and scored one goal at Kilmarnock.

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Jim Thomson

Jim left the club in 1971 after 308 first team appearances, the 15th highest in the club's post-war history.

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Kenny Thomson

Kenny made his first team debut against Ayr United in August 1970 as an 18-year-old. Made 432 appearances for the Pars and 654 league appearances, which is among the highest ever for a Scottish League player

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Ryan Thomson

Ryan Thomson Was at East End Park for ten years from Under 15 level

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Scott Thomson

Scott Thomson Scott was brought to East End Park by Bert Paton in 1998. When he left 11 years later he had made 306 appearances for Dunfermline.

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Andy Tod

Andy Tod Andy first joined Dunfermline when Bert Paton got him to sign from junior outfit Kelty Hearts. 383 appearances for Dunfermline, 50 goals.

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Iain Turner

Iain Turner Goalkeeper Iain Turner joined Dunfermline on 11th January 2012 on a loan deal from Football League One club, Preston North End. Made 4 appearances with one shut out before a back spasm ruled him out for remainder of the season.

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Chigozie Ugwu

Chigozie Ugwu Gozie arrived at East End Park in August 2024.. He was a very popular character with both players and fans.

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Ryan Wallace

Ryan Wallace 119 appearances for Dunfermline between 2012 and 2016

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John Watson

John Watson Notoriously signed by Jim Leishman in an Edinburgh pub in October 1983. Having score 85 goals John left in 1989 to try his luck with Fulham in England then returned to Airdrieonians to finish his playing career.

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Ian Westwater

Ian Westwater A record 361 appearances as goalkeeper with 115 shutouts during his two spells with Dunfermline.

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Noel Whelan

Noel Whelan Withdrawn in the fourth minute of his first SPL match against Hearts with an injury that ended his caree

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Jordan White

Jordan White After the 2007-08 season appearing at U17 level, Jordan won a contract to be full time at the club but after just one first team appearance off the bench was released in May 2011.

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Alex Whittle

Alex Whittle Alex, who came through the youth ranks at the Liverpool Football Academy, agreed a three-year contract with DAFC in 2012

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Hugh Whyte

Hugh Whyte Hugh made his debut in a League Cup tie against Queen of the South on 14th August 1976.

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Simon Wiles

Simon Wiles Simon Wiles joined Dunfermline in August 2008 on a one year deal. Never really recovered from injury in November 2008 and left in August 2009.

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Iain Williamson

Iain Williamson A product of Dunfermline's youth policy, used predominantly as sub. Went on loan to Raith Rovers before being released at the end of 2008-09

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Paul Willis

Paul Willis Paul made his first team debut when he came on as a late substitute in the Scottish First Division match against Clyde at Broadwood on 23rd February 2008.

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Craig Wilson

Craig Wilson Craig Wilson went on loan to Raith Rovers on 13th October 2006 before joining them for the 2007-08 season.

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Pat Wilson

Pat (or Paddy) Wilson was born in High Valleyfield in 1946; son of a miner, he had six brothers and two sisters. His uncle John was manager at Blairhall, and was 16 when he was signed up there.

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Scott Wilson

Scott Wilson Nicknamed "Dinger" from his days at Ibrox, he looked set for a move to England but in August 2002, Scott signed for the Pars.

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Jamie Wilson

Jamie Wilson 18 year old goalkeeper who made the first team towards the end of season 2014-2015 when Ryan Scully and Ryan Goodfellow were both out injured

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Jackie Williamson

Jackie played in 7 of the 8 1961 cup games, missing only the replay against Celtic.

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Jimmy Williamson

Jimmy Williamson Jimmy was with Dunfermline for four seasons from 1952 to 1956

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Calum Woods

Calum Woods Popular defender who was five seasons at East End Park

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Darren Young

Darren Young Joined Dunfermline for the 2003-04 season

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Dave Young

Dave Young Scorer of the Pars first ever Premier League goal on the opening day of the 1987-88 season.

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Kerr Young

Kerr Young Kerr got his chance when the Club went into administration. Was ever present for the remainder of the season after making his debut at home to Falkirk on 27th March 2013.

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Dundee United v Dunfermline
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 2nd December 2017, 3.00pm kick off at Tannadice
St Mirren v DAFC
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 16th December 2017, 3.00pm kick off at Paisley 2021 Stadium.
Livingston v DAFC
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 30th December 2017, 3.00pm kick off at Tony Macaroni Arena
Dumbarton v DAFC
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