Barry named manager of month
Clyde manager Barry Ferguson was named Ladbrokes League Two Manager of the Month for November.
The Bully Wee boss dedicated the award to his players but was delighted to get his first prize as Clyde boss.
Striker David Gormley was named Player of the Month.
Ferguson believes his side are now taking shape as genuine title contenders after an indifferent start to the campaign but insists he does not deserve the credit.
He said: “I’m delighted all our hard work is being recognised but I’m a little embarrassed at the same time because it’s not about me. It’s about the efforts of all the players and the coaching staff. It’s not fair to single out individuals.
“I’m surrounded by people at this club who go the extra mile every single day but all their work goes unnoticed. It’s better to be getting awards than not getting them but this is all about what we are doing as a group. I have a great bunch of players here with a terrific attitude.”
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Queen’s bowed out of the Scottish Cup at a blowy Station Park but the Spiders will be wondering how they managed to wind up on the wrong end of a 2-1 scoreline to Forfar.
Gus MacPherson tweaked the starting line-up, bringing in Bryan Wharton at the expense of Craig McLeish.
The Spiders were quicker into their stride than their hosts but the first shot on target came from Forfar’s Danny Denholm.
His pace had troubled Queen’s in the first match and he looked in the mood after 10 minutes when he drifted past his defender and fired off a powerful, low shot which Muir did well to get down and save.
The home side had shown their menace from set-pieces and took the lead on the stroke of half-time.
Queen’s gave away a senseless free kick and the ball was played out wide to Denholm. He put a cross right on the head of Travis, who bulleted the ball past Muir.
Queen’s were out early after the break and All over Chris Templeman scores to send Forfar through to the next round