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Clyde Heading North

Fri, 31st Oct 2008 6:50pm

Clyde travelled North this afternoon in preparation for Saturday's First Division clash with Ross County. The Bully Wee are keen to build on last week's victory over Livingston and will be out to avenge Ross County's earlier success at Broadwood in this season's ALBA Cup.

Last week's home win was won at some expense. Manager John Brown was left with a headache after the team sustained a number of injuries most notably to Neil McGregor. The picture has improved this week however with a number of players returning to training.

The squad for Dingwall includes Marc McCusker (pictured), Jordan Murch and Alan Lithgow. Meanwhile also travelling are Pat Clarke and Stuart Kettlewell. Sadly it seems that the match has come too soon for Mark Brown and David McKay who are both likely to join Neil McGregor, Michael Ohnesorge and Willie McLaren on the sidelines.

Ross County have earned an excellent reputation for their style of football this year and are worthy finalists of the Challenge Cup. So tomorrow represents a stern test for Clyde, however John Brown believes that the confidence gained from last week's win and the boost of some players returning from the Bully Wee's horrific injury list will ensure that the players who face Ross County will have nothing to fear and will go all out to make it two wins out of two.