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Dumbarton boss Stevie Farrell hits back at "crash and burn" critics after record run

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Dumbarton gaffer Stevie Farrell has hit back at those predicting his side would “crash and burn” after their first league defeat.Having won their first seven games for the first time in the club’s history, Farrell’s men lost in the league for the first time against Stranraer on September 20 – leaving them 11 days to stew on the result.However an improved performance saw the Sons take a point against Forfar on Saturday, with boss Farrell insisting Sons are in good shape as they face a top of the table clash with Stirling Albion this weekend.The Binos have closed the gap at the top of League Two to just five points after three straight wins, but Farrell insists the game is no bigger than any other this season.He said: “After seven wins there will have been people who said it would’ve all crashed and burned after we lost one, but we don’t believe that.

We know that we’re a good side.“We’re a hard team to break down and beat.“Every game we have is a big game. But we’re nine games into the season.

We have another 26 big games after the Stirling one.“To have 22 points and one defeat from the first quarter is a brilliant start.

I’m delighted with that, but I’m certainly not getting carried away.“I said to the players that we’ve only played nine games.

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