Ruari MacLennan was the goal hero as the Bully Wee clinched an excellent 1-0 victory over St.Johnstone. The Perth Saints missed some gilt edged chances in the first half but in the end had no answer to a spirited Clyde side who worked hard to secure a deserved three points.
“We are in the pack now! It was a good result but things still have to be addressed. People talk of a crisis but I don’t write the headlines and I heard today that it was September before
“There is understandable concern over the amount of quality players here at the moment. Last week we lost 1 and looked what happened – if we were to lose 3 or 4 then it would be a difficult task. We have a core which is capable but the depth is not and that needs to be rectified.
“Sean and David worked well as a pair up front. They are raw teenagers but they deserved their opportunity. Overall I believe we edged it and deserved it. As I said when I started, this game is all about results and it was good to get a victory today.”
A disappointed St.Johnstone Manager Owen Coyle had been first to face the press…
“I hope to never see another match were we miss such chances.