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Shire striker Rodgers: Don’t write us off yet

It may not be the start that East Stirlingshire fans had been hoping for but striker Andy Rodgers says no-one should write them off yet.

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Craig Sibbald wants to play his part in helping Falkirk to promotion

Sibbald raring to go for Bairns promotion push

Falkirk star Craig Sibbald reckons there’s no better way to start the next phase of his Bairns career that at Dunfermline on Saturday.

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Craig Sibbald has boss Peter Houston's confidence ahead of the visit to Dunfermline.

Falkirk boss Houston happy to pitch Sibbald into derby

Falkirk fans had their Sign Our Sibbs appeal heeded when the 22-year-old midfielder put pen to paper on a new one-year deal last week.

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Tom Taiwo in action against Dumbarton

Bairns star Taiwo: " We still have massive belief"

Falkirk midfielder Tom Taiwo admits his side must become more ruthless in front of goal if they are to exit their early season slump and get some wins on the board.

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Peter Houston's Falkirk side have been handed a trip to Sligo next month.

Falkirk off to Sligo in Irn Bru Cup

Falkirk fans are facing a trip across the water in the second round of the Irn-Bru Cup.

Coves Ryan Strachan brushes aside the attentions of Stenhousemuir pair Thomas Halleran and Michael Dunlop (pic by Michael Gillen)

Stenhousemuir 0 Cove 2: Woe for Warriors in Irn-Bru Cup

Stenhousemuir manager Brown Ferguson says he has himself to blame for the poor start the Warriors have made to the season.

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Falkirk fans are being urged to support the new initiative led by their fellow fans. Picture Michael Gillen

Sign up tonight and help sign a player

Influential football crowds are often called the 12th man – at Falkirk they’ve taken that literally and the fans are going to help SIGN an extra player for the team each January.

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Dunipace celebrate their opening goal at Cumbernauld

Cumbernauld 2 Dunipace 4: Pace upset the odds with League Cup shock

Cumbernauld United slumped to an unexpected home defeat at the hands of Dunipace in their Central Sectional League Cup tie at Guy’s Meadow on Saturday.

Shire were held by Gala Fairydean at Ochilview

East Stirlingshire 0 Gala 0: another struggle for Shire

East Stirlingshire's second Lowland League campaign continuesd to be a struggle after they were held goalless by Gala Fairydean Rovers.
Nathan Austin is fouled for the Falkirk penalty (pic by Michael Gillen)

Falkirk 1 Dumbarton 1: Bairns pay price for misses

Falkirk were made to rue several late missed chances as the Bairns were forced to settle for just a point at home to a well-organised Dumbarton.

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Stenhousemuir boss Brown Ferguson is looking for his side to get their first points on the board at Montrose

Stenhousemuir boss: “We are target for other teams”

Stenhousemuir head for Montrose on Saturday aiming to bounce back quickly from their opening day disappointment.

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Craig Sibbald is back home. Picture: Michael Gillen

Sibbald signs for Falkirk

Falkirk have finally re-signed Craig Sibbald and he’s ready for a return at East End Park, Dunfermline!

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James Craigen levelled for Falkirk. Picture Michael Gillen

Falkirk 1 Livingston 2 aet : Bairns bow out

Falkirk blew their bright Betfred Cup campaign in a dismal defeat after extra time.

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Stenhousemuir lost out to Stirling Albion in their League 2 opener (pic by Alan Murray).

Stenhousemuir 2 Stirling 3: Warriors pay price for missed chances

Stenhousemuir boss Brown Ferguson has demanded that his players show a more ruthless side to their game after his new-look side lost their opening League 2 fixture to Stirling Albion on Saturday.

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Nathan Austin scored the opener for Falkirk. Picture by Michael Gillen.

Bairns back a winner - but bookies blunder

Betting on the Bairns has left some punters out of pocket - despite landing winning bets at the weekend.

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Aaron Muirhead's red card compounded a sore day for Falkirk. Picture Michael Gillen.

Houston: It was a red – but wasn’t malicious

Peter Houston has no complaints over Aaron Muirhead’s red card in yesterday’s 3-1 defeat to St Mirren.

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Nathan Austin gave Falkirk an early lead. Pic by Michael Gillen.

St Mirren 3 Falkirk 1 : Bairns back to earth with a bump in stormy defeat

Jack Ross’ Saints took the wind out of flying Falkirk’s sails at a blustery Paisley 2021 Stadium.

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SEASON 2017/2018 (L-R): Brechin City's Paul McLean, Dumbarton's Andy Dowie, Queen of the South's John Rankin, Falkirk's Mark Kerr, Morton's Thomas O'Ware, St Mirren's Stephen McGinn, Dundee Utd's Tam Scobbie, Inverness CT's Gary Warren, Dunfermline's Callum Morris and Livingston's Craig Halkett.

Captain Kerr looks ahead to season 2017-18

Mark Kerr insists Falkirk will use the disappointment of the last three seasons to drive them on as the Championship kicks off today.

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Shire boss John Sludden has a lot to mull over. Picture Alan Murray.

Shire need wins, and quickly says boss

John Sludden accepts his East Stirlingshire side could end up with a lower points tally this season without it harming their chances of claiming the Lowland League title.

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Stenhousemuir looking for fast start against Stirling

Stenhousemuir will be hoping to get off to a flier when they tackle Stirling Albion in their League 2 opener at Ochilview on Saturday.

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