Clyde manager Jim Duffy was delighted in defeat after his side’s exit from the Ramsdens Cup.
The Broadwood boss was pleased with his player’s performance against First Division side Falkirk.
He said: “This was a really difficult fixture played on an extremely hot day but on the whole I was delighted with the way the team played against opposition who are several levels above us.
“We played some decent football but lost a goal to a standard set piece due to a slight loss of concentration which is one area we will need to work on.”
Duffy also shared his thoughts on his reduced player pool.
“We have less players to work with but we have brought up one or two young players from our youth system. I have no problem with that.”