Former Hearts goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald is one of five new arrivals announced by Falkirk manager Peter Houston.
New Falkirk manager Peter Houston intends to appoint a player-coach at the Scottish Championship club.
Peter Houston targets a Scottish Championship play-off place after being unveiled as the new manager of Falkirk.
Hamilton boss Alex Neil agrees a new deal as he signs Falkirk's Michael McGovern and Clyde's Kieran MacDonald.
Gary Holt says he only quit his job as Falkirk manager to work with Norwich City boss Neil Adams.
Scottish Championship clubs could experience a 100% rise in average crowds in the coming season, says a financial expert.
Norwich name Gary Holt and Mark Robson as first-team coaches, with Joe Royle joining the club as a football consultant.
Hamilton set up a Premiership play-off final date with Hibs as Tony Andreu's goal gives them a victory over Falkirk.
Hamilton boss Alex Neil thinks whoever wins the play-off semi-final with Falkirk will have an advantage over Hibernian.
Falkirk and Hamilton Academical are all square going into Sunday's Premiership play-off semi-final second leg.
Gary Holt is named Scottish Championship manager of the month for April after leading Falkirk to the play-offs.
Blair Alston's extra-time winner defeats play-off opponents Queen of the South and takes Falkirk a step closer to the Premiership.
Falkirk defender Will Vaulks signs a new contract with the Bairns to keep him at the club until the end May 2016.
Bob McHugh scores twice as Queen of the South fight back to lead Falkirk in the Premiership play-off quarter-final.
Falkirk win the match against Alloa, but the Bairns miss out on the title as their opponents avoid relegation.
Hamilton and Falkirk go into Saturday's final Championship fixtures both hoping to capitalise on any slip-up by Dundee.
Falkirk's Championship title chances are left hanging by a thread after dropping points against already relegated Morton.
Falkirk edge out Raith Rovers to stay within two points of new leaders Hamilton and keep alive their title hopes.
Falkirk and Rangers have five players each in the PFA Scotland teams of the year in their respective divisions.
Peter MacDonald, Kane Hemmings, Rory Loy and Anthony Andreu vie for Championship award.
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A rundown of the summer 2013 transfer window movements in the Scottish Championship