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NEW SIGNING: Morgaro Gomis

The club is pleased to announce its first new signing of the summer, with Morgaro Gomis joining Clyde after a two-year spell at Falkirk.

Gomis, 35, began his career with Montpellier in his native France and moved to Scotland in 2006 to join Cowdenbeath, after a period in English non-league football.

The vastly experienced midfielder then had a successful spell at Dundee United, where he won the Scottish Cup in 2010 along with David Goodwillie. Gomis was capped twice at international level by Senegal, and also counts Birmingham City, Hearts and Motherwell amongst his former clubs.

Danny Lennon spoke to the official website after capturing Gomis on a one-year deal:-

“We are delighted to add Morgaro Gomis to our playing staff for the coming season. His outstanding ability has led him to playing most of his career in the Scottish Premiership, as well as playing in the English Championship and at full international level. He also has two seasons in League One under his belt with Falkirk. His experience and defensive qualities will be a welcome addition.

“For the upcoming season we need more experience and better defensive assets to improve our squad. More than half of our squad last season were 23 or under and the lack of experience cost us at times. We were also too easy to score against in the first half of the season, for a number of reasons. It is important that we learn from those mistakes, carefully plan the changes we need to make and successfully implement those changes to enhance performance and results.”