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Manager considers options

Manager Csaba Laszlo is considering between giving his players another chance or making changes at Dunfermline Athletic this weekend.

The visitors were disastrously hammered 6-1 at Falkirk in their latest encounter while losing crucial ground on current Championship leaders St Mirren, whom they now trail by six points but with still a game in hand.

"If you have the possibility for change, maybe you change but I want the people back in charge," Laszlo reflected to the Dundee Evening Telegraph. "We are not capable now to change half the team and the people who played good football for two months now, they don't forget to play just in 70 minutes.

"Even in the first 20 minutes against Falkirk the team was OK but what happened after it was like you switch off the light," he added. 'It was in the dark. This is what I don't understand."



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Writer:Vital Arabs
Date:Friday January 12 2018
Time: 10:34PM

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