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Clyde 0 v 1 East Stirlingshire

Match Type: Scottish League Two
Venue: Broadwood Stadium
Date: Saturday, 15th November 2014
Kick Off: 3:00pm
Attendance: 456
Referee: E Anderson
Clyde
v
East Stirlingshire

Goals

Clyde   East Stirlingshire
  McQueen (7) O.G.

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Clyde   East Stirlingshire
Martin Barnard
Durie Greene
McIlduff Kinnaird
Halkett Bolochoweckyj Yellow Card
McQueen Townsley
O'Donnell MacGregor
S Ferguson Donnelly Yellow Card
(64) D Gray McCabe
Yellow Card (32) E Murray Wright (79) Yellow Card
Smith McKenna
Gibson Greenhill
Substitutes
McBrearty Kay
Barclay Quinn
Marsh Shields
(32) McGhee Gilmour
Young Tapping
McLeish Vidler (79)
(64) Currie Brennan

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Clyde suffered a disappointing home defeat in League Two this afternoon, in a game decided by an incomprehensible own goal early in the first half.

Following last week's win at Montrose, Barry Ferguson picked the same starting line-up and included under-20 squad members Jack Currie and Ciaran McBrearty on the bench.

The match got off to the worst possible start for The Bully Wee, with Brian McQueen scoring a horrible own goal. The defender misjudged a high ball and, as he tried to find Alan Martin, headed the ball over the 'keeper and into the net.

That signalled the start of a long afternoon for Clyde and chances were hard to come by. Scott Ferguson couldn't force the ball home after Shire goalkeeper Richard Barnard pushed away a cross and Scott Durie then forced the same man into a good save.

However, at the other end, Martin pulled off a terrific low save to prevent the visitors going two goals ahead and David McKenna hit the bar with a close range header.

The second half was dominated by Clyde in terms of possession but there was a lack of cutting edge in much of the play. Craig Halkett's deflected shot drifted just wide of the post and Currie, who replaced David Gray, had a chance with his head but he couldn't find the target.

East Stirling held firm to secure the victory as Clyde dropped to fifth place in the table.

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