Bairns boss Paul Hartley patching players up with five injured

Falkirk manager Paul Hartley was '˜delighted' with his side's Betfred Cup win over Rangers Colts, but three injuries marred the Bairns victory.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 16th August 2018, 3:43 pm
Updated Thursday, 16th August 2018, 3:48 pm
Paul Hartley looks on as the Bairns beat Rangers Colts
Paul Hartley looks on as the Bairns beat Rangers Colts

Dennon Lewis hobbled off injured in the first half, and he was followed off by Jordan McGhee and Tom Dallison after the break.

Dan Turner (Hamstring) and Patrick Brough (Ankle) are both already out for the Bairns, meaning they have five out at the moment. Turner is expected to return to training next week, with Brough not too far behind him.

Manager Paul Hartley said the main thing was winning the game, but admits the injuries are a problem.

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“We are patching people up and we had a few injuries during the game.

"We are down on a few players that would normally play. We've had a wee bit of bad luck. Hopefully we can get the players back in for the Queens game."