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PREVIEW: Clyde v Cowdenbeath

The Bully Wee will take on Cowdenbeath at home tomorrow in Ladbrokes League 2.

Due to a previous postponement, it’s only the second meeting of the clubs so far this season, following a 1-1 draw at Broadwood in September.

For Clyde, Tom Lang is expected to be available after being removed as a precaution at half-time at Berwick last week. However, Jordan Stewart is doubtful due to a kidney infection.

Jack Breslin, Max Wright and Steve Kipre are all ruled out as they recover from injuries.

Matt Flynn, a long-term absentee due to an abdominal problem, received some better news this week after seeing another specialist, meaning that he could be facing a shorter recovery period after surgery.

Danny Lennon spoke to the official website today, following a successful Q&A event at Broadwood last night:-

“It went very well and I enjoyed it. There was a good turnout and it’s always nice to get a view from the fans. I always feel that a manager is the closest link between what’s going on behind the scenes and the access that supporters have, so having a close link is very important.

“Since Gary (Bollan) took over, Cowdenbeath have improved; maybe not in overall results yet, but they have had a lot of very tight matches that haven’t gone their way. He’s trying to make them more solid, which is sensible in terms of building a platform and we went through a similar process at the beginning. 

“It’s going to be difficult as they will be fighting for survival, but we will take confidence from our good run of form and the quality we have brought in to enhance our squad. It’s an opportunity at home to put another very valuable three points on the board.

“The players have brought in a siege mentality now and they are in a good place at the moment. As I keep saying, it’s not just about the guys that have got the jerseys at the moment, it’s also the guys on the bench and in the stand that are all playing a part. We have a whole squad of boys that are putting in a lot of effort to get the club going in the right direction.”


Kick-off: 3pm

Admission: Season tickets are eligible. Entry prices are; adults £13, concessions £8, Under-12s FREE (when accompanied by an adult). Free under-12 tickets should be collected from the Clyde Office before entering via the turnstiles. The office is situated in the pod at the south end of the Main Stand.

Visiting Supporters: Fans of Cowdenbeath should enter via turnstile D and they will then be directed to the designated away section at the South end of the stand.

Car Parking: Access to the Main Stand car park will be restricted to those with accreditation; 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 Shop: Closed until further notice.

The Clyde View: Issue 16 of the club’s award-winning matchday programme will be on sale, priced at £3.

Teamsheets: Available from the Clyde Office approximately 30 minutes before kick-off and charged at 20p per copy.

Bar 58: Open both pre-match from 1pm to 2.45pm and post match 5pm to 5.45pm. Entry is from outside the Main Stand, via the double doors next to turnstile C. Please note, Bar 58 is not available at half-time.

Smoking Area: Open at half-time only, in the designated area at the North end of the Main Stand (South end for away fans).

200 Fund: Draw 14, for a prize fund of £800, will take place on the pitch at half-time and the winner will be announced immediately.