Lee Miller has said there’s never an easy day at the office as he expressed his pleasure in a 3-0 Falkirk win over Stranraer.
Declan McManus got things going for the Bairns before Michael Doyle handed them a comfortable advantage heading into half time.
The game was finished just under 20 minutes from time after Mark Durnan’s effort beat Max Currie. Victory leaves Falkirk in third, just three points off the League One summit.
As far as audtions for the Falkirk job go, this was pretty convincing for Miller and David McCracken. Miller is pleased his side put their practice into play against Stranraer.
“There’s never a straightforward day, I was delighted with how the boys handled the game,” said Miller. “We had gone to watch them and we knew what they were all about. They are well oiled, organised and they gave Dunfermline a good game.
“We knew what we were up against. They caused us a few problems but we dealt with that.
“I thought the chances we created were really good, the goals we scored, the balls into the box, it was a really good showing for myself.
“Momentum is everything. Two wins on the bounce since we’ve been has been great and the place is really lively. The spirit is great and it’s a really good dressing room. They showed that togetherness.
“We managed to get a foothold in the game and it’s great for the boys to get a clean sheet. We start with a clean sheet and we build from that and try and score as many goals as possible.”