Clyde get set to revamp squad
Barry will ring changes in transfer window
Clyde boss Barry Ferguson said he was left frustrated after his side’s 2-1 defeat to Annan at Galabank at the weekend.
Clyde looked to have turned a corner the week before, when they ended a dismal run by beating East Fife 3-1 at Broadwood.
However former Rangers captain Barry was left ruing individual errors which cost his side dearly.
David Sinclair got the goal for the away side.
The former Scotland captain said: “The first 20 minutes they were the better team but after that we dominated the game.
“It was two individual errors and that’s been the story of our season.
“It was a set piece error for the first goal where we didn’t cover the runner, apart from that it’s good we created chances and dominated play but we need to cut out the individual errors.
“Hopefully that will stop and I’ll have brought in a few new players.”
The Bully Wee’s first game of 2015 will be against rivals Queen’s Park at Hampden this Saturday, 3pm. The Spiders are currently third in the league and their last meeting ended in a 2-0 win for Queen’s.
The Clyde boss continues to hammer home his message in training, but admits his players just don’t seem to be taking it on board.
He added: “You can do things in training with them but they need to take it on board and they’ve not taken it on board and that’s why I look forward to January 1.
“The deals are now totally done for four players join us on January 1, with a deal for a fifth player all but done.
“We can’t mention names just now, but they are guys that have been about and have a bit of know-how.”
As Barry prepares to bring in several new additions in January, he has cut loose severa; players from his current squad.
Aidan McIlduff has completed the agreed three-month loan spell and returns to Celtic, meanwhile Euan Murray and Gordon Young have both been released from their contracts.
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Action from Clyde’s 2-1 loss at Galabank on Saturday