U 20

Fayssal El Bakhtaoui

El Bakhtaoui Fayssal played at Berwick and Lochgelly in pre season friendlies, impressing Jim Jefferies so much that he signed the French Moroccan trialist.

Jamie Birnie

Jamie returned to Kennoway to play in Bob McPhail's U12s but returned to the Pars at U13 level. Brought on by Eric Archibald in the U15s, Jamie played several games for U19s in season 2009-10 before stepping up with a full time contract.

Jordan Brown

18 year old who played for Hillfield Swifts from age six until joining Dunfermline at U10. Was at Hearts at U13 to U17 where he was coached by Stevie Fulton before coming to Dunfermline. He attended Inverkeithing High School. Preferred position is right back or centre back but can play left back and midfield as well. Enjoying being back at Dunfermline.

Jack Bruce

Scored for Hibs in a 4-3 over Dunfermline which always seems to be a good omen if you are to succeed at your new club. Came to Dunfermline in August 2011 where he feels that he might have a better opportunity.

Shaun Byrne

Played with Kennoway under the instruction of coach Bob McPhail from age four to ten before going to Celtic from U11 to U15 and joined Dunfermline at U15 level.

Scott Campbell

Played with Preston Athletic from U6 to U12 before joining Hearts from U12 to U17. Stevie Fulton coached him at U13 and U14. Scott attended Ross High School in Tranent.

Ross Drummond

Ross' first football was played with Burntisland Shipyard but he has been at Dunfermline since U10 level. Despite his youth he was an almost ever present in U19s in 2010-11 and now a regular in U20s.

Cammy Gill

Cammy is the only keeper in the U17 squad but he is required for the Under 20s team in the SFA Youth Cup, thus his appearances in the Under 20s.

Danny Gunn

Danny spent nine years at Dalkeith Boys Club and played for St Davids High School in Dalkeith before joining Bonnyrigg Rose for a season and then at the age of 15 on to Hutcheson Vale. The season he spent there they went to the Scottish Cup Final beating Dyce Boys Club 2-1 in the final at New Broomfield.

Ryan Goodfellow

Ryan from Earlston in the Scottish Borders has been a goalkeeper since starting at the age of six with Earlston Rhymers. As a boy he was at Hibs under coach Jimmy Bruce and also spent some time at Celtic. It was while at Spartans at U13 level that coach Paul Donnelly brought him to Dunfermline.

Finn Graham

Finn Graham plays in central midfield. He comes from Lochore, attended St Kenneth's Primary in Ballingry and St Columba's High School. While playing with Kelty Marian Colts Finn was spotted by coach Stevie Paterson who brought him to Dunfermline at the age of 8.

Scott Gray

Scott Gray is a striker who can play in midfield as well. He started with his local boys club at Cairneyhill where his coaches were Michael Frew and Calum McDougall. Joined Dunfermline at the age of 8 and is a former pupil of Queen Anne High School.

Chris Hackland

Chris' first interest in football was developed at Abernethy Boys Club. He joined Rangers at U13 level and although they deployed him at full back his preferred position is wide midfield. He has played ever since joining Dunfermline at U16 level.

Blair Henderson

Blair's route to a contract at Dunfermline started at Earlston Boys Club in the Scottish Borders. For a time he was at Hibs, then Dalkeith Boys Club before joining Dunfermline at U14s. Blair claims that his U17 coach Gordon Durie has made the most profound impact on his career so far. Blair moved up from the U17s for the 2011-12 season.

Calum Howie

16 year old Calum comes from Glenrothes and attended Auchmuty High School. He played with Glenrothes Strollers from age of 10 until U14 where his coach was Pars legend, Bobby Robertson. His position is left midfield or left back and at Dunfermline has come up from U14 to U17 with Scott Mercer.

Scott Mackintosh

Played for Townhill Villa from age 7 to 9. Joined Blue Brazil from age 9 to 11 before joining Dunfermline at U13. He has progressed through the Dunfermline Youth system.

Gavin McMillan

Gavin began playing football at Camdean, then went to East End Swifts before joining Dunfermline at U10 level. Gavin attended Inverkeithing High School and Inveralomd High School and to end the season playing in the U20s exceeded all his expectations for 2012-13.

Ben Martin

At Blue Brazil from age 8 to 14, then joined Rangers at U14 level before coming to Dunfermline. Ben has represented Fife Schools at U13. Lists his U15 coach Eric Archibald as his greatest influence.

Lewis Martin

Lewis Martin is a tall centre back from Bonnybridge. Lewis started his football at the local boys club. He attended Denny High School and having been at Rangers from U10s he arrived at Dunfermline at under 17 level in season 2011-12.

Steven Mayne

Goalkeeper. Steven was at Rosyth Colts from U8s to U13s when he left to join Dunfermline. Steven moved up from the U17s for the 2011-12 season.

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