East Fife

East Fife

Fifers handle physical city

East Fife’s strong league form continued at the weekend with Bayview boss Barry Smith delighted to see a different side to his team.

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Ross Brown.

Back in the winning habit

East Fife midfielder Ross Brown says it was nice to get that winning feeling back at the weekend.

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The Fifers celebrate after Chris Kane doubles their advantage. Picture by George McLuskie.

East Fife 3-2 Brechin City

East Fife bounced straight back to winning ways with an impressive showing over Brechin City.

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Chris Duggan celebrates his equaliser. Picture by G McLuskie.

We’ll bounce right back

Brechin City better be prepared for an East Fife backlash when the two meet this weekend.

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Chris Duggan leads the celebrations after his penalty restores parity. Picture by George McLuskie.

East Fife 2-3 St Mirren

All good things must come to an end.

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Kevin Smith looks to break up Aidan McIlduff's attack during the weekend's game with Queen's Park.

Sights are set firmly on St Mirren

East Fife went 11 games in a row without defeat by drawing with Queen’s Park on Saturday.

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Luke Watt made an impressive debut for East Fife

No pressure on the fifers

East Fife enter the last 16 of the Scottish Cup this weekend with absolutely no pressure on them to see off St Mirren at Bayview.

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Scott Robinson grabbed East Fife's deserved equaliser.

Queen's Park 2-2 East Fife

There is a cliche in football that describes certain matches as being a "game of two halves".

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Chris Duggan and Stranraer's David Barron battle at the weekend.

Chris is raring to start

Chris Duggan took a massive step forward in his continuing rehabilitation from serious injury at the weekend.

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The Fifers were held by Stranraer.

East Fife 0-0 Stranraer

It wasn't a classic - but it keeps the run going.

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East Fife's players mob Nicki Paterson after his winner.

Smith’s men are flying

Stranraer will arrive at Bayview on Saturday with a potential new manager bounce, but that good feeling pales when compared to the Fifers.

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James Penrice - East Fife

Defender learns his trade

Loanee James Penrice says he’s loving the hustle and bustle of life in the senior leagues.

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The Fifers marched into the last 16 of the Scottish Cup.

Livingston 0-1 East Fife

This is beginning to become a bit of a habit now.
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East Fife manager Barry Smith is presented with the Ladbrokes League 1 Manager of the Month award for December and player Jonathan Page is presented with the Ladbrokes League 1 Player of the Month award along with defender Jonathan Page who won the player of the month prize. Pic by SNS.

Give your all against Livi

Livingston may be soaring clear at the top of League One this season, but one side they’ve struggled to put in their place is East Fife.

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East Fife's Jonathan Page is presented with the Ladbrokes League 1 Player of the Month award. Pic by SNS.

Full-time football is not for me

Jonathan Page insists he’d turn down a return to full-time football if it was offered to him after he was named the Ladbrokes League One Player of the Month.

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James Penrice's excellent cross was headed home by Ross Brown.

Airdrieonians 2-2 East Fife

It says something about how far East Fife have come that they left the Excelsior Stadium with a sense of disappointment at only having picked up one point.

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Scott Robinson wheels away after putting the Fifers ahead. Pic by G McLuskie.

East Fife 1-0 Stenhousemuir

The Warriors were put to the sword as East Fife made it five league wins on the bounce.

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Jamie Insall wheels away after pulling East Fife level. Picture by J Corstorphine.

enjoy your winning run

Barry Smith has encouraged his Fifers to savour every moment of their current good form.

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Jamie Insall wheels away after pulling East Fife level. Picture by J Corstorphine.

East Fife 2-1 Livingston

East Fife sent their fans happily into the New Year after a rousing comeback at Bayview.

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Barry Smith

Smith hails his hard working Methil men

Barry Smith has two wins from two as East Fife boss - and says the praise for that should go to his players.

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