FALKIRK boss Steven Pressley has never experienced a month in football like it during almost two decades of top-level football.
First his side were given a week-off as their Division One counterparts contested the Scottish Cup, then the referees called off and then the snow came.
Although there's a thaw expected today (Thursday) Saturday's away tie at Cowdenbeath fell victim to the weather yesterday lunchtime creating the Bairns' fourth blank Saturday in a row.
"I've never experienced anything like it," the Bairns boss told Heraldsport.
"The focus just now is primarily on ?nding places to train and getting the squad together.
"With the snow and the transport problems on Monday we had to
call off training on Monday and Tuesday - and of course the Morton
match planned for Tuesday night also suffered because of that."
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