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By Gordon Thomson
Tue, 4th Apr 2006 12:00am

At the present time our management duo Graham Roberts and Joe Miller are checking out a number of potential targets to add to the squad for next season but in previous years attention was focussed elsewhere...

In this week in 2002, Jack Ross was reflecting on his four yard header that proved to be a derby winner against Partick Thistle while Clyde secured their First Division status with a Pat Keogh goal against Raith Rovers at Starks Park.

In this week in 2003, Mark Gilhaney arrived back having made a late appearance as a substitute in Scotland's under-19 friendly against Switzerland last night.The match finished 2-2, with Celtic's Craig Beattie and Aberdeen's Scott Morrison grabbing Scotland's goals. Bryn Halliwell signed a two year contract while Stephen McConalogue and Paddy Keogh were the scorers in a 2-1 win over Alloa.

In this week in 2004, the Supporters Trust were at the forefront of the "Back the Bully Wee" campaign encouraging a number of initiatives for fans to fundraise for the club. The club shop was also now in the control of the Trust with a host of new stock to tempt supporters. Meanwhile on the pitch Clyde enjoyed a 2-0 win against Queen of the South increasing the club's lead at the top of the First to 6 points.

In this week in 2005, Billy Reid quashed rumours that he was set to join Hamilton Accies. On the pitch Clyde were struggling with injuries and were dealt a further blow with a home defeat against Hamilton by 3 goals to 1. While off the pitch the Clyde board were working to set budgets and plan for season 2005/06 to allow Clyde to compete in the First Division.