STEVIE Crawford has been confirmed as Lee Bullen’s replacement at Falkirk.
Heraldsport revealed last week that the former former East Fife boss was being lined up to replace Bullen who is leaving football to begin work in the property business next week.
Crawford will share coaching responsibilities for the first team and under-19s with Neil McFarlane who has been shadowing the out-going Bullen.
Steven Pressley told Heraldsport: “For a large part of the week our first team is training with the under-19s so both coaches will be working together.”
And Crawford is not the only signing news at Falkirk.
Heraldsport can reveal another cup victory has marked contract extensions for the Fulton brothers.
Dale has signed on until 2013 and younger sibling Jay is tied down for a year more, until 2014.