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Clyde FC; Season 2022-23


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6 hours ago, shawfield shed boy said:

Not a chance we.ll fiinish below Edinburgh. Get a fuckkn grip..

We.ll be in a mini league with Peterhead. Allloa and Kelty...

Not concermed at all or close

On 24/05/2022 at 20:18, Ignoramus said:

I’m not so sure about that. I’d agree that that EC and Peterhead will be the obvious targets to finish above to try and stay up but Peterhead have always had the wool over us in the key games and I think EC will be well backed and are in a good geographic area for players.

Hi Guys you all need a sanity check as the shit will hit the fan unless these great players appear from nowhere. We wont take long to prop up the league next season and don't round up on DL as he has been dealt a shit hand with the player budget. The club can only pee with the c--- it has. The club has a premier league manager and we treat him like shit.

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Not a chance we.ll fiinish below Edinburgh. Get a fuckkn grip..
We.ll be in a mini league with Peterhead. Allloa and Kelty...
Not concermed at all or close
Not entirely sure what ti make of Kelty but would agree with you in general but again as others said May isn't even out and many don't have enough for 7 a side teams yet so no need to panic right now
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23 hours ago, Brian Carrigan said:

The only reason they'll start off as bookies favourites to go down is because we've simply been in the division longer. They're well-backed, moving back to Meadowbank in the town and there will be a buzz about them. They also have access to East Coast based players so if a player is more that side of the country, they're more likely to join the third biggest team in the capitol. They have a promising young manager and the basis of a solid League 1 squad.

We have... none of that. We can offer a general malaise? No stadium of our own? A broken board? The chance to be a part of a nationally derided organisation and a bit of a laughing stock?

Some positive early business done, but if we don't see any further promising additions and some real board movement then the following season could be a very long one indeed.

Have you ever wrote a positive post about the team you claim to support?

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1 hour ago, JIMMY CHOO said:

Hi Guys you all need a sanity check as the shit will hit the fan unless these great players appear from nowhere. We wont take long to prop up the league next season and don't round up on DL as he has been dealt a shit hand with the player budget. The club can only pee with the c--- it has. The club has a premier league manager and we treat him like shit.

Calm down fella it’s the 26th May the season doesn’t start for about 7 weeks, you’d think it starts this weekend the way you’ve been going this week. 

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10 minutes ago, Brian Carrigan said:

Yeah, the last time something positive happened. About 3 years ago by my calculations.

A lot of positivity coming out Lesser Hampden, I’m sure you will be accepted with open arms over there. 

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On 22/05/2022 at 12:53, JIMMY CHOO said:

There will be a lot of irons in the fire and new faces will appear over the next few weeks.This will be an exciting fit  fast and attacking Clyde team.

Less than a day later

On 23/05/2022 at 10:55, JIMMY CHOO said:

 As we barely have enough players for a 7 a side match does anyone know what's happening as the season will be here before we know it.

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Just now, ClydeFCTheBullyWee said:

Would like to know who are peoples top 3 realistic signings this summer ? I mean lots to choose from but the problem is with the player choosing us over another club 

As an outsider looking at players that would do Clyde a turn,   Ally Roy.  Jordan Allan and Josh Kerr all ex Airdrie,   although Kerr has interest from Peter head I hear

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2 minutes ago, ClydeFCTheBullyWee said:

Would like to know who are peoples top 3 realistic signings this summer ? I mean lots to choose from but the problem is with the player choosing us over another club 

Havent a clue, many L1, L2 and lot of lowland league and junior teams are a more attractive proposition that we we have in terms of pay and what we are likely to do this year.

Hopefully the recruitment team has been putting the hours in over the last 6-12 months and taken in as many games at lowland league level and below and come up with a few gems who are interested in taking the step up to L1 level at the expense of maybe wages.

Wouldnt expect any Championship or L1 player who has been released to be interested in us which then leaves L2 and below players (which if they are at that level and have been released then they cant be of the standard for that level, let alone L1).

If you look at who has been signed already doesnt exactly fill you with much optimism

Ray Grant - released by L2 side.  I liked Grant first time round and hope DL can get same again from him.

Connor Duthie - released by L2 side - cant remember him from Dumbarton last year he was that much of a standout.

Steven Thicot - was a good player years ago and at 35 cant expect him to be pacy

Kurtis Roberts - released by L2 side

 

 

 

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I personally think Kelty will be comfortably up the top half of the table, a mini league with Peterhead and Alloa sounds about right hard to say how good QOS will be as well as they have been dodging relegation last few years until now.. lots of good talent available and with an increased budget I’m not too worried a lot of Glasgow based boys I’m sure will bite your hands off to come to Clyde if we match whatever wages of our league rivals 

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2 hours ago, ClydeFCTheBullyWee said:

Would like to know who are peoples top 3 realistic signings this summer ? I mean lots to choose from but the problem is with the player choosing us over another club 

Realistic would really depend on whether players that were full time are willing to drop down to part time yet. Assuming all these are willing to go part time, Mark Russell released by Morton would be decent for the left hand side, Peter Grant or Roberto Nditi for centre back, striker wise someone mentioned McHugh a while ago who must be approaching the end of his full time career. I know you said realistic but I would ask Chris Burke the question as I noticed he's at the PFA exit trials and IMO still has plenty to offer despite his age. 

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50 minutes ago, CM. said:

I know you said realistic but I would ask Chris Burke the question as I noticed he's at the PFA exit trials and IMO still has plenty to offer despite his age. 

Is he?! I thought he was coaching Killie’s 17s.

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5 minutes ago, Brian Carrigan said:

Is he?! I thought he was coaching Killie’s 17s.

Aye they were interviewing him from Broadwood on Sky Sports News earlier. Sure Killie offered him a coaching role only but he wanted to keep on playing.

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3 hours ago, BullyWeeLad said:

I personally think Kelty will be comfortably up the top half of the table, a mini league with Peterhead and Alloa sounds about right hard to say how good QOS will be as well as they have been dodging relegation last few years until now.. lots of good talent available and with an increased budget I’m not too worried a lot of Glasgow based boys I’m sure will bite your hands off to come to Clyde if we match whatever wages of our league rivals 

The main reason for our shite season was Barry and Boab. Our form after they left over the season would have put us in the promotion play-offs and the nucleus of the squad have already committed for the new season. So hard to tell at this stage with new signings to come and teams rebuilding, but I'd certainly be hoping we won't be battling relegation next season. 

Edinburgh City were effectively a mid table League 2 side and have lost good loans. They're going to have to strengthen significantly. Clyde IMO actually did really well last season for the quality of the squad. Again, lot of work required to strengthen. My feeling at the moment is that City, Clyde and Peterhead are the most likely to struggle. 

But so early, things might well look very different in a few weeks. 

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8 hours ago, Waspie said:

The main reason for our shite season was Barry and Boab. Our form after they left over the season would have put us in the promotion play-offs and the nucleus of the squad have already committed for the new season. So hard to tell at this stage with new signings to come and teams rebuilding, but I'd certainly be hoping we won't be battling relegation next season. 

Edinburgh City were effectively a mid table League 2 side and have lost good loans. They're going to have to strengthen significantly. Clyde IMO actually did really well last season for the quality of the squad. Again, lot of work required to strengthen. My feeling at the moment is that City, Clyde and Peterhead are the most likely to struggle. 

But so early, things might well look very different in a few weeks. 

Agree can’t see Alloa being anywhere near the danger zone will be between us, Peterhead and Edinburgh am afraid.

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