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  1. Falkirk fan here. i live 6 miles from Alloa and was in the town earlier this morning. There are major resurfacing road works near Recreation Park just at Clackmannan on the A907. I would give yourselves plenty of time if you’re heading through to tonight’s game. According to the road signage they are lasting a couple of days. unfortunately there are not too many many options to divert 1. Travel to towards Forestmill and sat nav to Alloa from there 2. Travel towards Stirling and follow signs for St Andrews and then Alloa, this route would take you into Alloa from the west side of the town. Best of luck in your pursuit of promotion back to the Championship!
  2. I tried to like that at least 10 times but it wouldn’t let me
  3. Was that Ola in the tunnel after the game??? If so, fucking marvellous
  4. Pretty comfortable first half although not being there I think the wind may be a factor in the 2nd half. Tait has been impressive and looks a player, Hendo has been solid as well. I do think Cove will be more in the game in the second half as the game stays level, they need to points so may leave gaps at the back
  5. Na… got to beat them. Holding out not to get beat has disaster written all over it. Let’s get it finished
  6. Irrespective…both teams had to play on it!
  7. Och come to F&£ - these results happen! That’s a freak result… we’re out the cup, sad, but the bigger picture is the league. NO DOUBT! Yes, last weeks debacle contributed to this tour of result but let face it our unbeaten run should have ended last week with the “dodgy” penalty decision Need to get back on the horse next league game. TNS irrelevant. McGlynn has done so will this season as has the team. One result means F£&@ all in the grand scheme of things. No excuses the park was the same for both teams… steady the ship and get back on course in a fortnight.
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