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All Set for Staggies Visit

Clyde host Ross County at Broadwood tomorrow for another important IRN-BRU First Division match.

Definitely missing for the Bully Wee are Neil McGregor (ankle), Ruari MacLennan (hamstring) and Marc McCusker (knee).

Marc’s loan at Albion Rovers was cut short when he picked up suspected ligament damage near the end of their match against Berwick Rangers on Saturday. He is currently waiting to find out the full extent of the injury.

Alan Trouten is rated as doubtful to make the match as he has been suffering from a virus this week.

However, both Chris Higgins and Gary McSwegan return from suspension while Craig O’Reilly is available again.

The club is also hoping to secure the signature of a midfielder in time for the match, with confirmation to follow if the deal is completed.

Assistant manager Dougie Bell spoke to this afternoon:-

“It’s another big game for us. All the teams round about us have a chance to pick up some points so it’s important we get something. If we show the right attitude then I’m sure we can win the game.

“I thought we did alright in our last meeting in Dingwall but got caught on the break as the game opened up.

“We struggled in the first half at Livi last week but I felt we did really well after the break, especially into the wind. Hopefully we can take that into tomorrow’s match, right from the start this time.”


The match has been classed as category ‘B’; click here for full admission and turnstile information.

Your Clyde View

Bully Wee fans are reminded that the 84 page Clyde View will be on sale tomorrow and will be packed with all the usual features, including:-

• Alan Trouten on coming to terms with life in the First Division
• A Past Master from the ‘Ronnie Revolution’ – perhaps the only one that can use the word pejoratively!
• The two most talented Scots to feature in the same Clyde team in the last fifty years
• Tributes to supporters Helen Thyme and Donald Farrell, who recently passed away

These features and much, much more are contained in tomorrow’s match programme, priced £2.50 so don’t miss it!


You can give yourself a chance of winning the Clyde Lottery record jackpot of £11250 by picking your four numbers at the match. Terry Ashton will be selling tickets from the servery at the North side of the Main Stand and Tom McCorkindale will be on foot around the Stadium.