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Quartet Sign On

The club is pleased to announce the signings of Conor Scullion, Josh McCulloch and Cameron Mulvanny, and the extension of Raymond Grant’s contract.

Conor Scullion, a 24-year-old winger, is the older brother of Bully Wee midfielder Liam. He began his career at Hamilton Accies and had a loan spell at Airdrieonians, before stints at Albion Rovers, Cumbernauld United and Dumbarton. Conor also linked up with his brother at Fauldhouse United, before injury prevented him from playing last season. He set up all three goals in last week’s 3-2 victory over Caledonian Braves, and netted a last minute winner against Broomhill on Saturday.

Right-back Josh McCulloch (19) joins from Hibernian. He was part of the Hibees development squad which won the cinch Reserve League last season and played in all five matches in their run to the UEFA Youth League playoffs, featuring against Molde, Nantes and Borussia Dortmund. He also spent time on loan at Albion Rovers, and like Scullion, played in closed door matches last week against Caledonian Braves and Broomhill.

18-year-old forward Cameron Mulvanny is a product of the Kilmarnock academy and played for the Rugby Park club’s B side in last season’s SPFL Trust Trophy. He scored the equaliser against Broomhill on Saturday as Clyde went on to win 2-1.

Ray Grant has signed on for a fifth season with The Bully Wee. The midfielder initially joined Clyde in 2018 and returned to the club last summer. His season was ended prematurely on Hogmanay after suffering an ACL injury on his 125th appearance, but he is continuing his rehab and is targeting a November comeback.

Conor and Cammy have penned one-year deals with the club, whilst Josh has signed on until the summer of 2025.

Director of Football Jim Duffy commented on the new recruits:-

“We’re delighted to welcome three new faces to the squad. Josh and Cammy are young lads with terrific attitudes and real potential, and we feel they can be really positive assets for us. This is part of the process we’re going through of trying to build a nucleus of young players in amongst some of the experienced ones we have.

“Conor has came in and played a couple of games and done well after being injured for a while. He’s a winger which are few and far between and he’s a positive lad who has got himself fit and is looking for an opportunity and we’re pleased to give him that. I think if he gets his confidence back then he’ll be a popular player.”