STEVEN PRESSLEY: “In terms of the effort and desire of my players, I don’t think I can ask any more.
“We have found ourselves behind to early goals and they’ve influenced the outcome of the games.
“We got a foothold back especially in the second half and I’m disappointed with the call on the penalty kick.
‘‘I thought it was a decisive moment in the game, and to me it was a penalty kick.
“I didn’t even debate with him over the penalty, it was the linesman’s attitude towards certain individuals I spoke to the referee about.”
BARRY SMITH: “We played some good stuff in the first half but the second half was disappointing and we huffed and puffed and didn’t get going and that allowed Falkirk to dictate the game to us.”