Chairman Bob Garmory
Stadium East End Park
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Dunfirmline have named Jim Jefferies as their new manager until the end of the season after sacking Jim McIntyre on 16th March. The SPL side have endured a poor season and at the moment look like they are going to face the drop down to the First Division at the end of the season. They have remarkably failed to win at East End Park this campaign but under the experienced Jefferies they will do everything they can to stay in the top flight.
From the period 2007-2011 Dunfermline were stuck in the Scottish First Division. In April they won promotion back into the Scottish Premier League with a 2-0 away to Morton and ended the season 10 points above their nearest challengers Raith Rovers. They started the current season as the favourites for the drop and at the moment face a fight to stay in the top flight.
A single draw against Ayr United in an otherwise black and white set of results has seen Dunfermline Athletic struggle for consistent results. Wins against Queens Park, St Mirren and Brechin City and defeats to Hibernian, Falkirk, Greenock Morton, Dundee United, Queen of the South and Raith Rovers demonstate slightly erratic form.
|29 Oct||Dumbarton||15:00||Dunfermline Athletic|
|05 Nov||Dunfermline Athletic||16:00||Raith Rovers|
|12 Nov||Dundee United||16:00||Dunfermline Athletic|
|19 Nov||St Mirren||16:00||Dunfermline Athletic|
|03 Dec||Dunfermline Athletic||16:00||Ayr United|
|10 Dec||Dunfermline Athletic||16:00||Greenock Morton|
|29 Oct||@ Dumbarton||15:00|
|05 Nov||vs Raith Rovers||16:00|
|12 Nov||@ Dundee United||16:00|
|19 Nov||@ St Mirren||16:00|
|03 Dec||vs Ayr United||16:00|
|10 Dec||vs Greenock Morton||16:00|