Here's every player Peter Houston signed for Falkirk

During his time as Falkirk manager between 2014 and 2017 Peter Houston signed over 30 players and a few are still here today.

Friday, 18th January 2019, 3:30 pm

We look at the players signed by the man who led the Bairns to the 2015 Scottish Cup final.

Houston's first signing was the Republic of Ireland international as a player/coach.
Made 36 appearances in his one season at The Falkirk Stadium inclduing starting in goals in the 2015 Scottish Cup final

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Arrived on loan from Aberdeen then joined St Johnstone after Falkirk, currently captain of the Perth Saints
Former Scotland U21 right-back who was signed from Hearts. Now turns out for Stranraer in League 1
The former Chelsea youth player joined from Hibs in 2014 and left last season to sign for Hamilton Accies.
The English journeyman played just a handful of games during a short spell with The Bairns.
Joined Falkirk for a second spell in 2015 and departed the club last season to join Championship rivals Ayr United
Welsh International retired in 2014 after a spell with The Bairns, also turned out for Inverness and Hibs.
Morgan joined on loan from Swedish side Östersunds FK. Now with English Isthmian League Premier Division Whitehawk
Signed from Partick Thistle in 2015 and is the current club captain at The Falkirk Stadium.
Scored on his Falkirk debut and netted over 30 times in two seasons. 'Bairdy' is still banging them in in League 1 with Forfar Athletic where he is also assistant manager.
English stopper played just two first team games. Now with Championship rivals Dundee United.
Scottish youth international who spent two season at the Falkirk Stadium. Now enjoying life in California with Fresno FC.
Falkirk were McCann's sixth scottish club when he joined after a short spell in Singapore.
Still a popular figure in Falkirk, most were sad to see the Scotland international end his second spell at the club last year.
Edinburgh born defender left Falkirk last summer after three seasons with the club and is now with Championship rivals Dundee United.
The striker netted just nine goals in 55 games for The Bairns and now turns out for Championship rivals Morton
The Academy youngster was loaned back to Falkirk from Norwich but his second spell in 2016 was marred by a horrific leg break. Now at MK Dons.
Spent two seasons on loan from Aberdeen and named in the PFA Championship Team of the Season in the first.
Attacker spent two seasons with Falkirk but now turns out for arch rivals Dunfermline and scored against the Bairns earlier this season.
Hampered by injuries, he failed to show the same goal scoring abilities he did while playing for East Fife in lowerl divisions and now turns out for Inverness.
Canadian youth international spent two seasons at Falkirk but returned to Morton on loan and then permanently last year.
Signed as a wing-back, he played just three games for Falkirk during an injury-plagued loan spell from Rangers and now plays for League 2 Annan Athletic.
Local lad bounced around seven clubs before lining up for the Bairns but departed at the end of last season. Now with Raith Rovers.
Another player still turning out for The Bairns. The full back signed from Queen of the South in 2016.
Young stopper signed after release from Aberdeen. Signed a new deal last May until 2021.
Joined in 2017 from Carlisle United and scored the goal to keep the Bairns up last season, to add to a stunning free-kick in the play-off draw with Dundee United the season prior.
Youngster signed from local rivals Stenhousemuir. Loaned out to Edinburgh City before making that move permanent.
Canadian international signed from Rangers in 2017. Spent a season with arch rivals Dunfermline after leaving The Bairns and now plays for Dundee United.
The experienced midfielder added Falkirk to his list of Scottish clubs following Will Vaulks' departure in 2016. Now turns out for Clyde in League 2.
Spent three years at the Falkirk Stadium after signing in 2016. Another who now plays for arch rivals Dunfermline.
Falkirk's current first choice between the sticks. Signed from Dundee in 2017.
Spend a season with Falkirk after five years with boyhood club Hibs. Now plays for English side York City.
Joined Falkirk in 2013 before leaving two years later. Rejoined Peter Houston in 2017 but left last summer. Now at Dumbarton.
Made over 100 appearances for Partick Thistle between 2010-2015 but only managed eight during his short spell with Falkirk.
Peter Houston's final signing as Bairns boss is still with Falkirk. The Scotland under-21 defender joined from Hearts in 2017 after a year on loan at Middlesbrough.