Clyde add goals to their squad
Hitman Higgins signs for Bully Wee
Clyde boss Barry Ferguson has continued his restructuring of the Clyde squad by bringing in three new players.
The club have secured the services of striker Sean Higgins from Cowdenbeath on a one year deal.
During the 2014-15 season, Sean played in 37 matches for Cowdenbeath across all competitions, scoring seven goals.
Former Rangers captain Barry said: “I’m looking for players with a winning mentality, that’s very important to me, and Sean certainly fits that mould. He’s obviously played at a higher level during his career, so there’s no doubt he also brings experience as well as ability.
“We had to work hard to get him, ahead of clubs in higher divisions, but we got there in the end and I’m delighted.”
Twenty-year-old midfielder Steven Brisbane will join from will join from East Stirling this summer.
During the 2014-15 season, Steven was a regular feature for The Shire, playing in 30 matches and scoring against Clyde at Broadwood in March.
Barry Ferguson said: “Steven really impressed me when he played against us and in other matches I watched. He has huge potential and if he keeps working hard he will have a bright future in the game.
“He can play anywhere across the midfield, which is also ideal given that we’ll be running with a smallish squad.”
And Barry made it eight signings so far this summer with goalkeeper John Gibson joining from Alloa Athletic.
Barry added: “He’s a Glasgow boy with the right mentality and we are delighted to sign another player with Championship experience.”
New keeper John Gibson
Strength at the back Clyde last week completed the signing of Queen of the South defender Chris Mitchell
Hitman Clyde have signed Cowdeathbeath’s Sean Higgins