Falkirk and Queen of the South may have shared the spoils yesterday, but there was no doubt who was the more content manager following a pulsating contest.
Falkirk remain in third spot in the championship despite being held by Queen of the South at the Falkirk Stadium.
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Falkirk moved third in the Scottish Championship table after scoring three second half goals to beat bottom club St Mirren 3-1.
When it’s December, and your team is winless in the league, and you’re finally playing well, with a 1-0 lead, it’s probably not a good idea to punch the opposition striker in the face in full view of the referee.
Falkirk come from behind with goals from Lee Miller, Bob McHugh and Myles Hippolyte to beat 10-man St Mirren.
Robbie Neilson has gone. Officially confirmed last night after three days of talk, the Hearts head coach has made the surprising decision to swap Tynecastle for Stadium MK.
Robbie Neilson, at the time of writing, is on his way down to Milton Keynes to discuss terms about a potential move to MK Dons.