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Dylan Easton Moves On

Sun, 11th Jun 2017 9:09am

The club can confirm that it has received notification from Dylan Easton that he has decided to leave Clyde this summer.

Easton, 23, joined The Bully Wee ahead of the 2016-17 season but suffered a cruciate knee injury in September and, following an operation, has been going through a rehabilitation since then.

Clyde chairman Norrie Innes said:-

"Dylan was fully supported by the club last season and we were delighted that, just recently, he was given the all clear to start working towards a level of fitness that would allow him to take part in first team activity, but that process was expected to take several weeks.

"We offered him the chance to do that with Clyde, with a view to agreeing an appropriate training programme and a contract with associated conditions and timescales. Dylan was of the opinion that this wouldn’t be conducive to satisfying his needs and timeframe and we, of course, fully respect that.

"I also acknowledge the desire of our supporters to see Dylan play in a Clyde shirt again and as a club we were mindful of that. I shared this desire, but we also had to consider our immediate needs as well as the projected potential position for the club.

"I wish Dylan all the very best in his progress towards full fitness and hope that he finds a club that can accommodate his requirements."

Clyde manager Jim Chapman added:-

"I'm well aware of the ability and talent that Dylan has and with that in mind, we wanted to give him every chance to prove his fitness and then hopefully agree a deal going forward.

"He has decided that he wants to pursue a different option elsewhere and he is entitled to do that. Everyone at the club wishes Dylan well in the future."