Barry can take lots of positives
Clyde boss content with preparations
Clyde boss Barry Ferguson took the positives from the Bully Wee’s 0-0 friendly draw with Highland League champions Brora Rangers on Saturday.
The friendly match, played in blustery conditions at Dudgeon Park, was competitive and featured several chances at either end despite the blank scoreline.
Speaking to the official Clyde website, the former Rangers captain said: “The conditions were difficult for both teams, but I thought some of the stuff we played was good.
“That was probably that team’s second full game together and things are just starting to come together.
“I was happy with a lot of things, but there are other things we still need to work on.
“We died a bit towards the end, but that was to be expected - we did a double training session yesterday so the boys have been worked hard.”
Saturday’s game was the last of Clyde’s pre-season tour which included a 2- 1 defeat to Wick Academy at Harmsworth Park last week and a 1-1 draw against East Kilbride FC the week before.
The Clyde manager concluded with his view of the summer tour overall and said: “The players have loved it, it’s been a hard workout for them but they will get the benefit of that during the season.
“They’ve all bonded together well and that was one of the main reasons for organising the time away.
“We’re at a good level now in terms of fitness and the touch and match sharpness will start to come in the next week or two.”
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Clyde boss Barry Ferguson’s side have finished their
Clyde shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw with East Kilbride FC recently