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Dropping levels not acceptable for Carson


By Alasdair Fraser

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Gordon Gregor tries to break through the Falkirk defence. Picture: Gair Fraser
Gordon Gregor tries to break through the Falkirk defence. Picture: Gair Fraser

Dave Carson is warning Highland’s slow-starters he will be quick to wield the axe if complacency creeps into the ranks before Christmas.

The Canal Park outfit travel to Glasgow this weekend on the back of what, on the face of it, seemed like another resounding victory over Falkirk seven days earlier.

In fact, head coach Carson was unhappy with the players’ first half attitude in the eventual 32-14 triumph, with slackness and a lack of urgency in the ranks combining to create a first half deficit.

With Highland’s second team in superb form and more than a few fringe talents pressing for first team recognition, Carson’s warning is no hollow threat.

He believes changes will have to be made to the first team pool if there is a similarly sluggish element to the performance away to GHK.

Read more in today's Highland News.


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