Pressley praises Bairns' resolve

03 April 2010 05:12
Falkirk manager Steven Pressley praised the commitment of his players after their 1-0 victory away to Motherwell."I've said that the players have given me everything since I've been in charge and it was a typical performance today," Pressley told BBC Scotland. [LNB]"We got the result that we merited - the players got what they deserved and I'm delighted for them. [LNB]"The real sign of players is when you've been knocked down, and we can consistently pick ourselves up again." [LNB]Ryan Flynn's 27th-minute close-range strike gave Falkirk a well-deserved win against Craig Brown's Motherwell and Pressley felt it was a just reward for his players' efforts.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "The spirit in the group is fantastic," said Pressley. "I've said to people that you wouldn't believe we're at the foot the table. [LNB]"The players are giving their lot at this moment in time. [LNB]"We do look at other results, but to be perfectly honest, our only concern is to take care of our own business. [LNB]"If we do that, we'll survive."

Source: BBC_Sport