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  1. The Clyde FC 2018-19 Thread

    Why if we could get those... Eid Mubarak to all.
  2. The Clyde FC 2018-19 Thread

    Bit of muscle to play beside Goodwillie, and the same plus some legs to swap-out for Nicoll and allow us to play four across the middle. At that rate, we'd have the same success ingredients as have served Edinburgh as well as they have. Difference is, we'd then be fully unleashing a better player in the form of Goodwillie, for example; Edinburgh don't have that quality. Fancy we could make the run-in interesting if we made those signings. Otherwise, we'll falter but secure a play-off nonetheless.
  3. The Clyde FC 2018-19 Thread

    He's aw that articulatit and eloquated wie that I'm ur, int he?
  4. Get yer cheeseburgers ready - Clyde vs Peterhead

    Aye, well. I'll be back when the masochism stops.
  5. The Clyde FC 2018-19 Thread

    Agree on Rankin. Passenger. Doonhammers called it. Re "Karim". This is Karim Belmokhtar…? Be pleased if so, though we could really use more presence up-top. And we're still a bit underpowered in the centre of the park (year after year...).
  6. The battle for 4th - Clyde v Edinburgh City

    Predictably poor. We were a shadow of usual selves without David Goodwillie. And but for the odd cut-back and lofted-ball, we never threatened Edinburgh. While Edinburgh didn't trouble us much in first half, it was predictable that Sheppard's hard-work, in combination with Henderson's presence would eventually tell the teams apart. Losing Stewart wasn't ideal today. Nor Boyle to injury in the second-half. The difference of problems really lay with a guileless, sluggish midfield and a poverty of movement and presence ahead of it. You could probably criticise Cuddihy, who was skinned a couple of times, and the rest of the defence if you wanted to be harsh. And really negative spin would be: we're at home, playing a 4-5-1, and we're still losing two-goals to Edinburgh. If we want to win the league, we'll need to get a forward in, get a dogs-body in for the midfield, and get Tom Lang back on the park ahead of Rumsby. Huge credit to Edinburgh: that's a right decent side they've put together. Fairly big laddies, good fitness about them; good mix of pace and presence; good mix of youth and experience. Next...
  7. Stirling vs Clyde

    Solid win again. Peterhead will be a tough one next week, mind.
  8. Stirling vs Clyde

    He's only any use when he's past the full-back; not unlike Phil 'Recovery Pace' Johnston. Ferns can put in a much better cross though. Be handy for a weeknight against a tired team; shoulder of the last man or something. Heehaw else.
  9. The Clyde FC 2018-19 Thread

    Stranger things have happened but he's played for Blackburn and Kilmarnock in the last year or so and been able to compete well for both. Plus, we've got the biggest pool of centre-backs on planet earth. Sign him and Paul Quinn. Get us a ridiculously high quality defence. And still have only one proper centre-forward...! There'd be something really absurd about those three playing League 2, particularly in the same XI. Cheating, you'd have to call it.
  10. Stirling vs Clyde

    Robertson's a wolf in sheep's clothes. While he was an underwhelming bit-part player for the Binos last season, he took La Liga by storm. He does what he likes, evidently. Looking forward to this one - always a good game through there.
  11. Clyde FC vs Club 42

    Ideal start. Just planting a flag here: high-tempo starts are a tactic, not a strategy. We'll hit a ceiling with those. Looking forward to next week.
  12. The Clyde FC 2018-19 Thread

    Looks an awful lot like the Morton lad (here).
  13. The Clyde FC 2018-19 Thread

    Kevin Nicoll's performance yesterday is something he can't replicate on a weekly basis unfortunately. We really need a player with his other abilities, but with a lot more mobility. If we get that, and a big forward, we're an absolute shoe-in for the league. If we don't, we're going to struggle to make a 4-4-2 because of how difficult it'll be to balance the centre of the park.
  14. The Clyde FC 2018-19 Thread

    I actually saw him play for Morton a couple of times. If he was a flop, I don't think he was the same kind of flop as Aaron Wilford for example. He looked a decent big forward to me. Strong, good in the air, decent enough touch, held the ball up sensibly. Maybe could've done with a bit more time acculturating. I'd take him. No danger.
  15. League Cup 2018/19 Group G

    Weak team we put out. Predictable pattern to the match: pace kept for 45 then capitulate. Fairly standard midweek encounter between a full-time and a part-time team. Think it's clear that our attitude to this tournament is less than serious. Lennon's post Edinburgh comments and the squad rotations bring that out.