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Unite Behind the Bully Wee

Fri, 17th Apr 2009 4:08pm

The "must win game" cliche can be overused in football but for the Bully Wee tomorrow it certainly applies. Ninth-placed Airdrie United are the visitors to Broadwood for a match that could decide the IRN-BRU First Division relegation battle.

It's also 'Unity Day', with a number of events taking place to ignite the fundraising effort, following this week's news of a new agreement with Broadwood Stadium Company.

Look out for further information as you enter the turnstile tomorrow.

For the match, Clyde will have to make do without Billy Gibson, who broke his foot in training at the start of the week, and Marvyn Wilson, who now begins a three-match suspension.

However, both Alan Trouten and Willie McLaren are available again following bans.

John Brown left the website in no doubt how important tomorrow is:-

"We’ll find out how the guys react to the pressure. I think this season we have underachieved and not performed anywhere near our capabilities.

"Tomorrow is a chance to rectify some of that damage. Our discipline has also affected us badly in the last few weeks and that too needs to addressed but the result will be the judge of everything.

"No player can hide. No player can bottle it. It is simply do or die."


Admission

The match has been classed as category 'A'; click here for full admission and turnstile information.

Your Clyde View

Tomorrow’s 20-page Clyde View focuses largely on the club’s fundraising initiatives and how you can support the cause through specially organised events, including:-

• A race night
• A sponsored walk
• Participating in a very special season ticket offer

You can also read about:-

• The thoughts of Airdrie striker Simon Lynch on Clyde's current position
• How the Clyde Crew plan to make 'Unity Day' a special one

In order to play its own part in the fundraising effort, the cover price of tomorrow’s Clyde View will remain at £2.50.

Lottery

You can give yourself a chance of winning the Clyde Lottery jackpot of £3250 by picking your four numbers at the match. Brian Spoors 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.

50/50 Half-Time Draw

Tickets will be on sale around the stadium for £2. First prize is instant cash up to £250, second prize is a £15 gift voucher and third prize is a signed football. All proceeds go directly to the club.