East Fife

East Fife

Clyde 0-2 East Fife

East Fife avoided slipping on a potential banana skin when they traveled to meet Clyde in the Scottish Cup.

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Mark Hurst clears the danger as East Fife are put under pressure at the weekend. Pic by Chris Coutts.

Our fortunes will change

Darren Young has urged his side to keep doing all the right things as they wait for their luck to change in front of goal.

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East Fife couldn't make the breakthrough on their trip to Forfar.

Forfar 2-0 East Fife

With almost an hour of this game played, there was nothing between these two sides.

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Aaron Dunsmore makes a break from Raith's Lewis Vaughan. Pic by Walter Neilson.

Fife set high standards

East Fife didn’t get the result they wanted at Stark’s Park on Saturday - but this time there were no complaints about the performance.

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Chris Duggan appeals for a penalty after being hauled down by Ross Matthews. Picture by Walter Neilson.

Raith Rovers 1-0 East Fife

Ultimately East Fife have now played Raith twice this season and have nothing to show for their efforts.

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The Methil men celebrate with their fans after Chris Duggans second goal on Saturday. Picture by Andrew Elder.

Fifers ready for derby day

Darren Young takes his East Fife side to Stark’s Park at the weekend with the side in a confident frame of mind.

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Jordan Piggott

Youngster just loves to defend

Jordan Piggott can’t wait for the Raith Rovers frontline to throw everything they have at him on Saturday.

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It's delight for East Fife after Chris Duggan puts the side 2-1 up. Picture by Andrew Elder.

East Fife 3-1 Arbroath

East Fife again proved themselves to be a side which doesn't know when it's beat.
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The Fifers are all smiles after Kyle Wilkie's opener at Alloa. Sadly it was a lead they couldn't hold onto. Picture by Kenny Mackay.

A win can see us looking up

Arbroath visit Bayview this weekend with East Fife boss Darren Young calling on his side to grab the incentive the fixture brings up.

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Jamie Insall, pictured in East Fife's black and gold, has been banned from the game for two years.

Former East Fife forward given two year ban

Former East Fife striker Jamie Insall has been banned from sport for two years after failing a drug test.

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The Fifers crashed in the central belt.

Alloa Athletic 4-1 East Fife

Having conceded 11 goals in the past three league games, there's no hiding where East Fife's problems lie.

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Greg Hurst poses more problems in the Albion Rovers defence. Pic by Andrew Elder.

Wasps will seek payback

Darren Young expects a reaction from Saturday’s opponents Alloa Athletic when he takes his Fifers to the Indodrill Stadium.

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Stephen Mill presents Peter McQuade with his replacement programmes.

Programme collection replaced after fire

Generous East Fife FC fans have stepped in to help replace a former player’s mementos from his time at the club.

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The East Fife fans who remained are rewarded as Greg Hurst powers home a late winner. Picture by Andrew Elder.

East Fife 5-4 Albion Rovers

And breathe....

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Kyle Wilkie pushes the Fifers out during the weekends Fife Cup tie with Cowdenbeath. Pic by George McLuskie.

Fit and ready to fire again

It may not have been a game which will go down in the history books as a classic, but Darren Young got what he wanted from Saturday’s Fife Cup tie.

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It was a return to action for Fife skipper Kevin Smith. Picture by George McLuskie.

East Fife 0-1 Cowdenbeath

If this game presented only an opportunity to get some match fitness into East Fife's players then it was job done.

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Chris Kane causes problems for the Ayr defence during Saturday's defeat at Ayr. Picture by Jim Corstorphine.

Fifers must start better

Darren Young admitted there was no case for the defence after they slipped to a 3-0 defeat at the home of title hopefuls Ayr.

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Fife sub Kyle Wilson tries to kick off another move forward. Pic by Jim Corstorphine.

Ayr United 3-0 East Fife

East Fife’s inconsistent start to the new campaign was again a source of frustration as the side went down at Ayr.

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It's all smiles in the East Fife camp after Mark Docherty puts the side 2-0 up from the penalty spot. Picture by Jim Corstorphine.

There’s still more to come

East Fife have been hitting their stride over the past couple of weeks, but boss Darren Young reckons his side is capable of getting even better.

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Ross Mutch leaves Michael Travis scratching around on the deck.

Learning all the time at Fife

Ross Mutch says he’s getting all the support in the world as he aims to make his mark at Bayview.

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