Following a pitch inspection, this evening's Scottish Cup tie at Edinburgh City has been postponed. The tie has been rescheduled for Wednesday at 7.45pm.
Owing to an overnight frost there will be a pitch inspection at 1pm ahead of tonight's William Hill Scottish Cup 3rd Round replay at Meadowbank Stadium.
William Hill Scottish Cup 3rd Round, Bayview Stadium, Tuesday 29th November 2016
East Fife 1 (Kerr 65’)
Edinburgh City 1 (See 41’)
Man of the Match: Jason Kerr
East Fife XI: Goodfellow, Mercer, Kane, Page, Lamont, Brown (Kerr 63’), Insall (Wallace 51’), Smith, Wilkie, Robinson (Slattery 67’), Naysmith
Subs Not Used: Hurst, Austin
Edinburgh City XI: Stobie, Mbu, Dunsmore, Harrison, Laird, McKee, McFarland, Gair, See, Guthrie (Dunn 63’), Cummings
Subs Not Used: Antell, McConnell, Muhsin
Booked: McKee, Guthrie, Gair, Laird
Referee: David Lowe
Edinburgh City were the visitors to Bayview in the third round of the William Hill Scottish Cup and held East Fife to a 1-1 draw forcing a replay at Meadowbank Stadium. East Fife made four changes to the side that lost to Queen’s Park with Mark Hurst, Pat Slattery, Tony Wallace and Jason Kerr making way for Scott Mercer, Ryan Goodfellow, Scott Robinson and Gary Naysmith.
We would like to invite applications for the position of First Team Manager, minimum requirement is a level 3 coaching licence.
Applications (including cv) should be made in writing to :-
East Fife Football Club, Bayview Stadium, Harbour View, Methil, KY8 3RW
Our William Hill Scottish Cup 3rd Round Replay will be on Monday 5th December 2016 (7.45pm kick off) at Meadowbank Stadium.
Admission - £12 Adults, £6 Concession (65 & over, under 18, disabled and full time students), £2 Under 12s.
All Supporters (home & away) will be in the main stand, Edinburgh City FC do not operate segregated areas (supporters can leave the stadium at half time if they wish for a cigarette).
Wheelchair supporters can view the game from the track area and seats are provided for helpers.
The club have agreed terms with Queen of the South FC for Gary Naysmith and Dougie Anderson to move on as successful candidates for the vacant positions at Palmerston. Both Gary and Dougie will remain in post for the Scottish Cup tie at Edinburgh City. Although disappointed to be losing a highly successful and popular duo, everyone at East Fife Football Club would like to thank Gary and Dougie for all their efforts, particularly in bringing the SPFL 2 league championship to Bayview Stadium last season, and would like to wish them all the very best for the future.