Every IRN-BRU First Division match for the Bully Wee now goes into the ‘cup final’ category and tomorrow it’s a home fixture against Livingston. With just six games remaining the Bully Wee must look for wins if relegation is to be avoided.
Robbie Winters will make his debut from the start after signing earlier this week. The striker could be joined in the team by Marvyn Wilson, who is in contention to return, and Willie McLaren is available again following a ban.
However, as reported earlier in the week, Alan Trouten is out through suspension.
“The players are totally focussed on the game,” John Brown said this evening. “They’ve trained really well this week and they know that their destiny is still in their own hands.
“Robbie’s fitness has come on a lot this week and his addition to the team will be a big boost.”
The Clyde boss also responded to criticism he recieved for his position in the dugout during the last home match:-
“The referees have told us that they only want to see one coach out of the dugout at any one time and not all of us at once. Dougie was the one last Saturday.
“We prepare the boys for each match but we can’t hold their hands for the 90 minutes and its up to them to follow the instructions that they’ve been given to the letter.”
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:-
• An interview with Clyde’s most consistent performer in modern times
• A picture special on the Supporters’ Trust annual dinner
• The Clyde player who moved from Boys Club football straight into the senior side to become an ever present in his first season
• How fans produced the new Bully Wee CD, on sale tomorrow
• The Bully Wee man who played two senior games in the one day
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 jackpot of £2750 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.
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.