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"We need to pick up three points soon" - David McGurn

Cowdenbeath goalkeeper David McGurn was understandably disappointed following Saturday’s defeat to Edinburgh City at Central Park. The Fifers, currently sitting bottom of SPFL Ladbrokes League Two are now 6 points adrift of City, who leapfrog Clyde into 8th place. 27 more words


"I've only been at Edinburgh a couple of weeks but it has been a good move for me" - Pat Scullion

Former Cowdenbeath defender Pat Scullion spoke to the media after the match on Saturday at Central Park between his old employers and his newest ones, Edinburgh City. 27 more words


Bollan hopes for fresh faces ahead of Elgin encounter

Media Interview with Cowdenbeath manager Gary Bollan following Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat to Edinburgh City, with the Fifers gaffer content with the performance, but not the result, as the Blue Brazil fell 6 points adrift of safety at the foot of League Two. 7 more words


Price happy to get back to winning ways with victory over Cowdenbeath

Elgin boss Gavin Price was happy to get back to winning ways straight away in League Two with a convincing victory in Fife against bottom of the table Cowdenbeath. 411 more words


'Yer a disaster, referee!'

In football, there’s always someone worse off than you. Although, for Cowdenbeath’s long-suffering fans, it might be hard to see exactly who that is.

The Blue Brazil always had an element of irony behind their aspirational nickname, but even if they rarely hit the heights in the Scottish League, they delivered the kind of gritty competitiveness you’d expect from a Fife mining town. 835 more words


Ovenstone rages after Mullen sending off

After his final match in charge of Cowdenbeath as interim boss, John Ovenstone was livid with match referee Gavin Ross after Cowden midfielder Fraser Mullen was sent off. 646 more words


Elgin ease to victory as Cowden remain rooted to the bottom of League Two

It was a comfortable win for Elgin in Fife on Saturday afternoon as the Blue Brazil remain rooted to the bottom of the League Two table. 834 more words