Paul Hartley says he's the man to lead Falkirk into the Premier League
Paul Hartley last night insisted he’ll settle for nothing less than Premiership football after taking on the Falkirk job.
The former Dundee and Alloa boss penned a three-year deal with the Championship strugglers, replacing axed Peter Houston after a disastrous start to their campaign.
Veteran caretaker Alex Smith will still be in charge of the side for their Irn Bru Cup clash with Dunfermline on Saturday.
But Hartley insists he knows the stakes and is ready to hit the ground running as they bid to resurrect their promotion challenge.
Currently nine points out to the play-off places and 12... read more
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