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Clyde v Albion Rovers

Recap

Scottish League Two 2018-19

Broadwood Stadium

Clyde
Albion Rovers
1 - 0
Final Score

Recap

The Bully Wee moved to within three points of Ladbrokes League 2 leaders Edinburgh City this afternoon, following a 1-0 victory over Albion Rovers at Broadwood.

Danny Lennon shuffled his pack and made three changes, with Dylan Cogill and Kevin Nicoll returning to the starting line-up, alongside debutant Declan Fitzpatrick.

Clyde, already missing David Goodwillie, Ally Love and Kristoffer Syvertsen through injury, were dealt another blow after 13 minutes, when captain Kevin Nicoll was stretchered off after landing awkwardly on his shoulder.

After a lengthy delay, play restarted with an Albion Rovers corner and the visitors almost took the lead, but Tom Lang headed the effort off the line.

The Bully Wee had a chance of their own following a good passing move, but Declan Fitzpatrick was unable to convert Barry Cuddihy’s cross, with his header going narrowly wide.

The deadlock was broken in the 23rd minute when Martin McNiff squared the ball to Fitzpatrick in the middle of the box. He then poked the ball out to substitute Mark Lamont, who fizzed a low shot across Peter Morrison and into the back of the net.

Morrison then made a fantastic double save to keep his side in it, first denying Jack Boyle and then showing good reflexes to save from Fitzpatrick’s rebound from close range.

Rovers came close to equalising when Gerard Hernando Escuriola outpaced the Clyde defence and tried to chip the onrushing Blair Currie, but the Bully Wee ‘keeper was able to stretch and get his hand on the ball.

Morrison pulled off another good save just before the interval from Dylan Cogill’s volley after a corner.

John Rankin, making his 600th senior career appearance, was next to try his luck. He got on the end of McNiff’s knock down, but Morrison held the midfielder’s shot from the edge of the area.

Lamont almost doubled his tally for the afternoon in spectacular fashion after winning the ball on the halfway line. Spotting Morrison off his line, he let rip with an audacious effort which landed on the roof of the net.

Danny Lennon introduced Scott Banks midway though the second half and the youngster troubled the visitors with his skill. He also created a little bit of history, becoming the first player born in the 21st century to play for The Bully Wee.

The Rovers could have taken a point in stoppage when the ball fell to George Newell in the box, but he dragged his effort wide of the post, as Clyde held on to stretch their unbeaten run to 13 games. 

Goals

Clyde   Albion Rovers
Lamont 23'

Line-Ups

Clyde   Albion Rovers
Currie
  Morrison
Cuddihy
  Hardie
McNiff
  Clarke
Lang
  Wharton
59
Cogill
  Krones
Grant
  Ross
Rankin
  Reilly
78
13
Nicoll
  Fotheringham
Boyle
  Newell
67
McStay
  Byrne
26
Fitzpatrick
  Wilson
51
Substitutes
Lyon
  Escuriola
26
Hughes
  Potts
 13
Lamont
  Phillips
51
Stewart
  McMahon
78
 59
Rumsby
  Watson
67
Banks
  Fagan
Duffie
  Gordon

Highlights

Details

Date Time League Season Full Time Attendance
February 16, 2019 3:00 pm Scottish League Two 2018-19 90' 536

Officials

  • Referee
    Scott Millar

Past Meetings

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Albion RoversClydeScottish League Two
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League Two
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Albion RoversClydeFriendly
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Albion RoversClydeLeague Cup
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League Two
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League Two
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League Two
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League Two
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League Two
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League Two
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League Two
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League Two
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League Two
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League Two
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League Two
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Albion RoversClydeLeague Cup
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League One
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League One
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League One
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League One
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League One
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League One
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish Championship
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish Championship
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Albion RoversClydeScottish Championship
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Albion RoversClydeFriendly
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League One
N/A
Albion RoversClydeScottish League One
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League One
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League One
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League One
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League One
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League One
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League One
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League One
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League One
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish League One
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Albion RoversClydeScottish League One
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Albion RoversClydeScottish Championship
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish Championship
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ClydeAlbion RoversLeague Cup
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Albion RoversClydeLeague Cup
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Albion RoversClydeScottish Championship
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish Championship
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish Championship
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Albion RoversClydeScottish Championship
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish Championship
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Albion RoversClydeScottish Championship
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish Cup
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Albion RoversClydeScottish Championship
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish Championship
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Albion RoversClydeLeague Cup
N/A
ClydeAlbion RoversLeague Cup
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Albion RoversClydeScottish Cup
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Albion RoversClydeScottish Premiership
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ClydeAlbion RoversScottish Premiership
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