Barry fizzing af­ter cup exit

Rutherglen Reformer - - Sport -

Formartine Utd ..... 2 Clyde..................... 0 plight. He said: “I’ve had stick for the last 20 years so, a wee band of six or seven hav­ing a go isn’t any thing new to me. It’s not nice but we are go­ing through a bad spell.”

He added:“I need to take a good look at my­self.”

Fer­gu­son made two changes to the team fol­low­ing the de­feat to Stir­ling Al­bion last week, with cen­tre half Michael Bolo­choweckyj re­turn­ing to re­place Marvin An­drews and Archie Camp­bell com­ing in for David Gorm­ley in at­tack. The home side took the lead af­ter 33 min­utes, when a cross from the left eluded Scott Lin­ton and Graeme Rodger headed the ball home.

Scott Fer­gu­son had Clyde’s best chance of the first half, but his shot from 20 yards flew over the bar.

Af­ter the break, The Bully Wee tried to put pres­sure on the Formartine goal but strug­gled to make any im­pact.

In the fi­nal minute, as Clyde com­mit­ted men for­ward, Formartine se­cured their place in the next round when sub­sti­tute Neil Gauld scored from just in­side the box.

Stick Barry Fer­gu­son Clyde boss Barry Fer­gu­son was heck­led by a small band of dis­grun­tled Bully Wee fans as his side crashed out of the Scot­tish Cup in Aberdeen­shire.

High­land League side Formartine United moved into the third round af­ter a 2-0 win at North Lodge Park.

Fer­gu­son has now said he will mull over his fu­ture as he con­sid­ers Clyde’s

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