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Barry Frustrated After Annan Loss

Clyde manager Barry Ferguson left Annan in a frustrated mood this evening, after watching his Clyde team come back from behind twice but still leave the Ladbrokes League 2 match with nothing.

“I was really disappointed with the outcome,” he said. “In the first half we didn’t start the way that we have in previous weeks and I let the players know that at half-time. I got a reaction in the second half and we came back twice – in both cases we could have gone on to win the game. 

“Sloppy defending cost us and the way that we lost the third one, in particular, was criminal. Unfortunately the stats show that they had three shots on target and all three went in.”

The Bully Wee suffered an early blow in the match when Jordan Lowdon was forced to leave the field with a knee injury following an awkward fall. Barry continued:-

“We also suffered the loss of Jordan, who will be assessed fully on Monday. Phil Johnston on the other flank wasn’t fully fit but he did well, until things caught up with him in the last 20 minutes.”

Despite the terrible weather across Scotland today, a strong Clyde support made their way to Galabank and Barry finished with a message of thanks to them:-

“The fans were great again. We really should have given them a better result.”