Cieran Dunne is expected back in Falkirk’s ranks for tonight’s development match with Dundee.
The Bairns winger has spent time training with Blackburn Rovers allowing ex-Celtic boss Tony Mowbray a closer look at the 17-year-old.
broke onto the scene in Paul Hartley’s first bold move as manager and the youngster didn’t let the new boss down with a flying debut in October.
PLAYER STATS: Cieran Dunne
He has since been returned back to the under-20s but has left a lasting impression on the first team.
So much so that the Lancashire club were granted permission for a closer look but Dunne has returned north after hiss tint with ther Ewood Park club.
Paul Hartley admitted: “Cieran Dunne is back [tonight].
“I think he’s done OK but we just need to wait and see where we are on that one. I expect him back [on Wednesday] to be involved in the under-20s development game here [tonight].
Blackburn also ran the rule over Falkirk’s Will Vaulks in season 2014 but didn’t move for the then central defender after his trial.
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