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PREVIEW: Clyde v Edinburgh City

Clyde will host Edinburgh City at Broadwood for the first time tomorrow, in the latest match in Ladbrokes League 2.

The previous meeting of the sides in October ended in a single-goal victory for The Bully Wee, after a very tight match.

Since then, City have been one of the form sides in the league and have gone on an unbeaten run built on an impressive defensive record.

Barry Ferguson praised the capital city club when he spoke to the official website today:-

“I have total respect for them. They play in a certain way that’s difficult to beat and I take my hat off to them, they’ve really improved of late.

“From our point of view, the first 45 minutes at Montrose was really disappointing on the back of the Arbroath match. Yes, there is inconsistency across the league, but my team is the only one that’s important to me. We need to find a level of consistency over a longer period of time if we are going to go on and achieve something.

“It’s really frustrating and we’ve spoken about it a lot.

“Tomorrow is going to be one of our most difficult games of the season so far. We’re probably going to have to be patient at certain times of the match but we’ve worked really hard as a group to come up with a gameplan that can get us the three points.”

The Clyde manager also confirmed that he would pick his team from the same squad as last week.


Admission: Entry prices are; adults £13, concessions £8, under-16s FREE (with accompanying adult).

Away fans: Visiting fans of Edinburgh will be housed in the away section of the Main Stand and should enter via turnstiles A and B.

Car Parking: In order to relieve growing congestion, access to the Main Stand car park will be restricted to those with accreditation. This will include Clyde FC players, staff and officials, visiting directors, Executive Club members, hospitality guests and those with disability parking badges. All other vehicles will be directed to the West Stand car park.

Club 58: Open from 12.30pm at the South East corner of the Stadium. Entry is £2 while space remains.

The Clyde View: Issue 10 of the club’s award-winning matchday programme will be on sale, priced at £2.50

Teamsheets: Due to the increasing number of requests for teamsheets and subsequent costs to the club over a season, these will now be charged at 20p per copy, without exception.

Minute’s Silence: A minute’s silence will be held before kick-off, in memory of Clyde legend Tommy McCulloch who passed away last week.

Club Shop: Remaining Clyde Generations shirts and 2017 calendars will be on sale for the last time before Christmas. The shop will be open from 1.30pm, but please note will not be open after the match.