McCann sits out European clash

New Falkirk manager Eddie May is missing just Neil McCann for the club's debut European tie against FC Vaduz on Thursday.

Last Updated: 15/07/09 at 15:47

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Winger Neil McCann - whose future at the Bairns is uncertain - is absent with a foot injury sustained in a closed-door game for the Europa League second qualifying round first leg clash.

May's four summer recruits - Brian McLean, Ryan Flynn, Alex MacDonald and Marc Twaddle - are all eligible for the match.

Bairns (from): Olejnik, Barclay, Twaddle, Scobbie, McLean, Barr, Allison, McCaffrey, Mitchell, McNamara, O'Brien, Arfield, Flynn, MacDonald, Stewart, Finnigan, Moffat, Robertson.

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