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Former player Ken Currie passed away on 22 March in a Care Home in Glenrothes, aged 91. Of solid build for a right-winger, Ken was an excellent crosser, and a tricky player who could pass his opposing full-back on either side.

Former player Ken Currie passed away on 22 March in a Care Home in Glenrothes, aged 91. Of solid build for a right-winger, Ken was an excellent crosser, and a tricky player who could pass his opposing full-back on either side.

Before coming to DAFC he had been at Tynecastle for five years, playing 60 games for Hearts and scoring seven times. While with the Pars in 1953-54, he played 24 times, scoring seven goals, subsequently moving to Stranraer.

He can be seen in this picture from December 1953, seated in the front row on the left.



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