Gutted Baz: It wasn’t our day
Clyde manager Barry Ferguson believed his side were the better team, despite losing 2-0 at home to Arbroath on Saturday.
The Bully Wee now face a tough test away to leaders Annan Athletic who also lost last weekend.
Ferguson said:“I can’t grumble with them.
“We were alright but we weren’t great, which we have been over the past six weeks.
“We should have still won the game. For the first goal, I’ll need to look on the video, but we could have closed them down a wee bit better.
“I’m not going in there criticising them, they’ve done really well for me and I know they’ve given me everything. “It just wasn’t our day. “I think anyone watching it would have seen we were the better team but we never took our chances and we’ve got a few injuries as well which doesn’t really help.
“We’ll need to dust ourselves down and get on with it. It wasn’t a great result for us but performance wise, we were good but we can be better.
“The players are disappointed in there as well because one chance could have won the game.
“But it wasn’t to be and we’ll be ready for training and we’ll prepare for Annan next Saturday.”
Annan Athletic lost 1-0 away to Stirling Albion after sub Phil Johnston struck in the 77th minute to claim all three points.
Unbeaten run ends Barry Ferguson’s side’s winning streak is over