Where are they now? Kilmarnock 0-0 Falkirk

It’s nearly nine years since the heartbreaking day Falkirk were relegated from the SPL after 0-0 draw at Rugby park on the final day of the season.

By Ben Robertson
Wednesday, 10th April 2019, 3:06 pm
Updated Wednesday, 10th April 2019, 3:09 pm
Ryan Flynn missed a late opportunity that would have been enough to keep Falkirk up
Ryan Flynn missed a late opportunity that would have been enough to keep Falkirk up

Below is the team who featured in that match, which remains The Bairns last game in the Scottish top flight.

The Austrian keeper spent one more season at Falkirk, before joining Torquay United. He now plays for Mansfield Town in English League two.
Joined Hearts after Falkirk's relegation, then went on to represent Kilmarnock and Morton among others. Currently assistant manager at League two promotion chasers Annan Athletic.
Left Falkirk in 2012 to join St Johnstone before landing at Dundee United. Currenlty on loan to Brechin City from the Arabs.
Left The Bairns in 2011 for Preston North End. He bounced around the following year to clubs such as Dundee United and Ross County. Currently playing for Dumbarton.
Left Falkirk in 2011 in a move to Rochdale but played only two games before he returned to Scotland joining Ayr United. Currently playing at junior level for Irvine Meadow.
Released from Falkirk in 2011. Following a one year absence from the game, he returned to Livingston. Currently a youth coach for Scottish league two side Cowdenbeath.
The Falkirk youth graduate left the club in 2010 as he joined Huddersfield Town. He went on to make a name for himself playing for English Premier League side Burnley. Arfield currently plays for Rangers in the Scottish Premiership.
Flynn left the club in 2011 for English Football League side Sheffield United. He is currently fighting to stay in Scottish football's top division with St Mirren.
Left the club in 2011 after his contract was terminated. He then returned to his hometown of Cork for his second spell at Cork FC. Healy retired in 2017.
Moutinho left Falkirk in 2011 at the end of the January transfer window. He eventually signed for Romanian side FC Brasov. The Portuguese player retired in 2017 and is now a football consultant in Madeira.
Left Falkirk in 2010 landing at English side Tranmere Rovers. The Nigerian International annoounced his retirement in 2016 and is currently living outwith football.
Released from the club following relegation, Wagenaar went on trial with MLS side Seattle Sounders. He did not sign a contract with the club and retired shortly after. He is currently assistant coach at Louisiana Tech.
Duffie left The Bairns in 2016 after a 10 year spell at the club and joined East Fife. He again moved, this time to Scottish League two side Clyde where he is currently playing.
Vitor left Falkirk twice but did so for good in 2010 following relegation. He signed for Greek side Doxa Drama as they pushed for promotion. The Portuguese midfielder then retired in 2018.
Compton left the club in 2012 going on loan to English side Bradford City. He bounced around numerous clubs such as St Johnston and Portsmouth, landing at his current club Chippenham Town in England.
Left The Bairns in 2011 for Scottish Premiership outfit St Johnstone. He enjoyed spells at Dundee and English National League side Gateshead. He is currently playing for South Shields in ther Northern Premier Division.
Left Falkirk in 2011 after starting his professional career there. He moved up and down the country, playing for the likes of Kilmarnock, Dundee and Raith Rovers and now Stirling Albion
Marceta left Falkirk in 2010 in a move that saw him join FC Koper in his homeland of Slovenia. Marceta moved arounnd Europe finally ending up at Slovenian League Three side NK Sava Kranj.