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Raith v Pars - players who have represented both Fife clubs

Raith Rovers and Dunfermline renew old rivalries on Saturday, but will any of these former players have split loyalties?

There's only a few miles between Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy, and some players were happy to make the short journey between East End Park and Stark's Park.

Scott Thomson (keeper). Played a starring role in Raith's Coca Cola cup win during the mid-90s, saving Paul McStay's penalty, but also had a period with Dunfermline where he would finish his playing career before moving into coaching. Scott Thomson (midfielder) was at the Pars at the same time as his namesake and made over 300 appearances in the black and white.

1. Scott Thomson.....and Scott Thomson

Scott Thomson (keeper). Played a starring role in Raith's Coca Cola cup win during the mid-90s, saving Paul McStay's penalty, but also had a period with Dunfermline where he would finish his playing career before moving into coaching. Scott Thomson (midfielder) was at the Pars at the same time as his namesake and made over 300 appearances in the black and white.
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The striker had a massive impact at both clubs at the beginning and end of his career. Brewster joined Raith in the early 90s and the Pars in the early noughties.

2. Craig Brewster

The striker had a massive impact at both clubs at the beginning and end of his career. Brewster joined Raith in the early 90s and the Pars in the early noughties.
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Defender Wilson made his Pars debut as a teenager but struggled to hold down a regular starting position. He switched to Raith originally on loan, before making the move permanent in 2007.

3. Craig Wilson

Defender Wilson made his Pars debut as a teenager but struggled to hold down a regular starting position. He switched to Raith originally on loan, before making the move permanent in 2007.
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Dair broke through the senior ranks with Raith where he won league and cup winners medals and scored the Kirkcaldy side's first ever goal in Europe. He left for Millwall before returning to Kirkcaldy for a second spell. In 1999 he moved directly from Raith to Dunfermline.

4. Jason Dair

Dair broke through the senior ranks with Raith where he won league and cup winners medals and scored the Kirkcaldy side's first ever goal in Europe. He left for Millwall before returning to Kirkcaldy for a second spell. In 1999 he moved directly from Raith to Dunfermline.
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