CLYDE BOSS SLAMS SECOND HALF PERFORMANCE
Clyde boss Barry Ferguson has slammed his team’s second half display as they were beaten by rivals Queen’s Park 2-0 on Saturday.
Although the former Rangers captain said his side were“light years” ahead in the first half, he was highly critical of their second half efforts.
He also said his side should have been two or three goals up in the first half, but second half strikes from Queen’s McKernon and Woods secured the points for the visitors.
He told the club’s official website: “That second half was not acceptable, but they know that.
“We dominated the full first half, though they came into it a wee bit towards the end. We were light years ahead of them in the first half.
“Fair play to them in the second half, they were the better team.
“That wasn’t my team in the second half – it’s not what I expect from them. They are better than that.
“They felt sorry for themselves, we were so much on top and should have been two or three goals up.
“I said to them at the half time break, ‘You’ve got to keep going’, but the second half we were flat and it wasn’t acceptable.”
So far in League Two, Clyde have three points after their opening victory against Stirling Albion at Forthbank.
However, next on the agenda for the Bully Wee is Montrose at Links Park this Saturday (August 22).
The Gable Endies will be high in confidence after beating Arbroath 3-0 at home on Saturday.
The former Scotland captain is looking for a“reaction ”from his team and has made it clear what their fate will be if they don’t perform.
He added: “I need a reaction. If I don’t get a reaction they won’t be here. I’ve got a good group of boys, but that wasn’t them in the second half.”
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Unimpressed Boss Barry Ferguson