Barry fizzing after cup exit
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