New Dunfermline boss says he has improved as a manager after time away from the dugout

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The new boss of Dunfermline Athletic says he has improved as a manager after reflecting on his opening years in football management.

Although he is only 37-years-old, James McPake already has experience of more than 100 games in the dugout.

Despite being sacked as Dundee manager in February, he managed to get the Dark Blues from the Championship into the Premiership in his first management job, with his spell lasting more than two-and-a-half years at Dens Park.

The challenge for him now is to get Dunfermline Athletic promoted from League One back into the second tier of Scottish football, but he insists the main aim is to get the team winning games of football first.

Anas Hassan, our Kingdom FM reporter, went to East End Park today to have a chat with the new Pars boss:

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