Falkirk co-manager David McCracken has disclosed that he has begun discussions about the upcoming January transfer, but that he expects the window to be quiet in comparison to previous transfer windows at the club.
The Bairns made a host of new signings in the last transfer window. However, McCracken doesn’t think that will happen this time around. He is happy with the squad that he currently has. The number of players he has competing for each position also pleases McCracken.
“We’ve spoken briefly about, and we’ve looked at the squad, we’re pretty happy with where our squad is that. We’ve got good numbers just now, and we’ve got good quality as well” he said.
“There’s a lot of players for a lot of positions, and we see that in training. Our intensity in training, and everybody trying to get into the starting 11.”
With Falkirk at the top of League One, McCracken has a right to be pleased with the squad he currently has. They have started the season well, and have won six of their nine league games so far this season.
McCracken does still think that there will be arrivals and departures in the January window though, the club do seem to be preparing to do business. But the arrivals and departures might be limited in number compared to previous years.
“I don’t think it will be as it has been in previous years, where there is maybe six, seven, coming in and numbers leaving as well. I don’t think it will be anything like that. If anything it will be one or two changes, but nothing as specific as yet.”