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FOOTBALL: DUMBARTON 2 EAST STIRLING 2.

Byline: ROBBIE DEVINE

TOM CARSON insisted he wasn't under pressure after Dumbarton slipped nearer the foot of the table.

Sons' boss could be under threat after the appointment of Davie McParland as director of football but Carson welcomes his arrival.

He said: "Davie's an experienced guy and I'm sure he can help me as well as introducing a new youth set-up. If I felt under pressure I would not hesitate to walk away and I don't have any intentions of doing so."

Paddy Flannery helped himself to a double as the home side ended a miserable four-game losing streak.

But shocking defensive lapses allowed David Lorimer and Derek Lyle to strike back for Shire.

Firs Park boss Brian Ross said: "I thought we could have won, particularly when Gregor McKechnie found himself through on goal twice."

Carson dismissed reports Queen of the South had bid for Flannery and that his strike partner Andy Brown was wanted by Stenhousemuir.

ROBBIE DEVINE
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Oct 29, 2001
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