1960–61 Scottish Cup
The 1960–61 Scottish Cup was the 76th staging of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The Cup was won by Dunfermline Athletic who defeated Celtic in the replayed final.
External links 1960–61 Rangers F.C. season
The 1960–61 season is the 81st season of competitive football by Rangers. 2016–17 Dunfermline Athletic F.C. season
The 2016–17 season was Dunfermline Athletic's first season in the Scottish Championship, having finished top of the Scottish League One in 2015–16. The Pars were relegated from the competition's previous incarnation, the Scottish First Division at the end of the 2012–13 season.Manager Allan Johnston made four permanent first-team summer signings as he began his second season as Dunfermline Athletic manager. The club's first competitive fixtures came in the revamped Scottish League Cup, where they were eliminated at the group stage after finishing in third place. Dunfermline Athletic also competed in the Challenge Cup and the Scottish Cup, where they were knocked out by Dundee United and Hamilton Academical respectively. Dave Thomson (footballer)
Dave Thomson (2 February 1938 – 28 January 2016) was a Scottish professional footballer.
Thomson was part of the Dunfermline Athletic team that won the 1960–61 Scottish Cup, scoring the opening goal with a header in the 67th minute.
Thomson died on 28 January 2016 at the age of 77. East End Park
East End Park is a football stadium situated in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland with a seating capacity of 11,480.The stadium plays host to the home matches of Scottish Championship side, Dunfermline Athletic The stadium currently comprises four stands: the East Stand (currently sponsored by SQMC), the Main Stand (currently sponsored by srj windows), the North Stand and the Norrie McCathie Stand. The stadium is all seater and has under-soil heating. George Peebles
George Peebles (22 January 1936 – 16 October 2016) was a Scottish football player and manager. He played for Dunfermline Athletic for most of his career, helping the club win the 1960–61 Scottish Cup. Peebles provided an assist for the first Dunfermline goal in their cup final victory against Celtic. He moved to Stirling Albion in 1966 for a £4000 transfer fee.Peebles later became a coach, managing Stirling Albion between 1986 and 1988. He had previously served as an assistant to Alex Smith, taking over when Smith moved to St Mirren. Peebles then coached players at St Johnstone on a part-time basis, while also working as a painter and decorator. Hastie Weir
Samuel Hastie Weir (24 October 1930 – 1999) was a Scottish footballer, who played as a goalkeeper for Queen's Park, Motherwell and Partick Thistle in the Scottish Football League.
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