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Cameron Salkeld celebrates a goal for Clyde FC

Salkeld Enjoying Life At Clyde

Cameron Salkeld spoke to the official website on Saturday after his late goal gave The Bully Wee their first cinch League 1 win since August:-

“It was a brilliant feeling to get the goal and all three points. It’s been a long time coming, when I joined the club I was aware that the wait for a win was a lot longer than it should have been so it was just great to get it over the line. I think the lads and the gaffer deserve it; we’ve been working really hard in training to try and improve and the first couple of games I’ve been here for we played well without getting that win. It was a bit of a dog fight out there [against Peterhead] so it’s just great that we kept our heads up and got the job done to get that victory and hopefully it’ll give us some more confidence to kick on.

The midfielder joined Clyde last month after over a year out the game with injury, and previously worked with Jim Duffy at Ayr United:-

“I’ve really enjoyed my time at the club so far, especially after a long time out the game. I was on the sidelines for 406 days after my anterior cruciate ligament injury so was really emotional for me when I made my debut against Dunfermline as I worked really hard and had a long rehab period to get myself back to play professionally again.

“The gaffer gave us a call and asked me to come up to see if I could help out; I’ve spent most of my professional career in Scotland and lived here for four years. I just moved back home to Newcastle after my injury but life has taken me back up the road now and I’m thoroughly enjoying every minute. I’m fully committed and drive up on Tuesdays and Thursdays to training but I get a wee break on Saturdays as my dad drives me up to the game!”