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that callum tapping seems like a dencent player


He's not very good. I thought he looked good before his injury but he's been anonymous in most games. Should do a job in League 1 next year though.

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Falkirk outs so far - Austin, Balatoni and now Gasparotto

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22 minutes ago, ebobsboy said:

Gasparotto signed for Morton this morning apparently. 

Correct. Good signing for us. 

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3 minutes ago, mcintyre_gmfc said:

Correct. Good signing for us. 

Serious question.  If he’s not good enough for the train wreck that is Falkirk FC why is he a good signing?

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2 minutes ago, Granny Danger said:

Serious question.  If he’s not good enough for the train wreck that is Falkirk FC why is he a good signing?

The same way Gavin Reilly was shite at Dunfermline and is doing okay at St. Mirren. Sometimes it doesn't work out at a club. He was excellent last time he was here and on this loan spell he hasn't been any different from that occaision.

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Dunfermline are apparently in talk to sign Dundee midfielder James Vincent on loan for 6 months. is he good?

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Serious question.  If he’s not good enough for the train wreck that is Falkirk FC why is he a good signing?


Falkirk 2017/18 in failure to ascertain which players are good and which are not shocker.

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Serious question.  If he’s not good enough for the train wreck that is Falkirk FC why is he a good signing?


Falkirk 2017/18 in failure to ascertain which players are good and which are not shocker.

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Serious question.  If he’s not good enough for the train wreck that is Falkirk FC why is he a good signing?


Falkirk 2017/18 in failure to ascertain which players are good and which are not shocker.

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30 minutes ago, patricelad said:

Dunfermline are apparently in talk to sign Dundee midfielder James Vincent on loan for 6 months. is he good?

I refer you to the 30th of May 2015

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2 hours ago, Randy Giles said:

The same way Gavin Reilly was shite at Dunfermline and is doing okay at St. Mirren. Sometimes it doesn't work out at a club. He was excellent last time he was here and on this loan spell he hasn't been any different from that occaision.

It's amazing how these kind of transfers have worked out for us since being relegated. Guys like Agnew, Ben Gordon, Carswell, Kirkpatrick ect seemed to have decent pedigree, some even playing well at this level for clubs like Dumbarton, we sign them and they are rotten. They leave after a season then play well again at the same level. Weird how it happens on a regular basis.

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Louis Longridge signed on permanently at Falkirk until the end of the season

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1 minute ago, Rugster said:

Louis Longridge signed on permanently at Falkirk until the end of the season

The question this raises is just how "permanent" is 6 months?

 

 

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I’m guessing it’s similar to Robson deal, 6 months with an option for more depending on what league we are in.

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1 minute ago, Buddist Monk said:

The question this raises is just how "permanent" is 6 months?

 

 

Permanent as opposed to loan, which he was on previously. 

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1 minute ago, Rugster said:

Permanent as opposed to loan, which he was on previously. 

I realise that, my comment was more tongue in cheek.

Is the short length of the deal down to Longridge or Falkirk? He seems to have made a difference, you'd expect a deal to be 18 months at least.

 

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Just now, Buddist Monk said:

I realise that, my comment was more tongue in cheek.

Is the short length of the deal down to Longridge or Falkirk? He seems to have made a difference, you'd expect a deal to be 18 months at least.

 

Probably as mentioned above more to do with the uncertainty over which division we'll be in next season to be honest. I can't see any player really wanting to sign for us for longer than six months at the moment, we're absolute horse shit. 

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