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Clyde 2 Ayr United 2: Match Reaction

Alan Kernaghan:

“We’re disappointed. The first half was rubbish but we did well in the second, we created chances and dominated really. They’ve had two chances and scored two goals. In the second half alone I think we created four chances, so we’re disappointed. A point is alright though.”

“Jack Ross has a slight knee injury. Paul Kane came in and did well, which is what I’d expect from him. He’s got great experience and can help the younger lads around him. Bryn Halliwell has held his hand up, he should have done better with the cross. We could have settled the relegation issue today if we had got the three points. John Potter look accomplished, he dealt with things when he had to. I’ve seen him a few times for Dunfermline reserves so I knew what he was capable of. He’s been a good acquisition and he’s playing a bit out of position as well. It gives us another option when Mark McLaughlin is fully fit though. As does Paul Kane, we have options all round now.”

“I said to the players that Stevie Convery epitomised the second half. He came on and showed enthusiasm that wasn’t there from anybody in the first half. He does his job and he runs around and it rubs off on everyone else. He was a candle to hold up to the rest of them.”

John Potter:

“I hardly ever score. I’ve scored one this season for Dunfermline reserves. I’m enjoying it so far at Clyde, I’ve been here since Wednesday night so I’ve only trained for a couple of days and played a couple of games.”

“The Thistle game was brilliant, there was a great atmosphere, I really enjoyed it. It was a lot faster than I thought it would be. I’d played a full 90 minutes on Monday night for Dunfermline reserves so I was struggling in the last 20 minutes. I didn’t know there was that much heat between Clyde and Partick!”

“I enjoyed it today as well, until the last ten minutes, but it’s still a good point. I haven’t played football on a Saturday for months, I’m used to just watching Dunfermline. I’d love to stay next season, we’ll see what happens.”