Barry merry at Box­ing Day win

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Back Page - Stephen Tem­lett

Clyde man­ager Barry Fer­gu­son was de­lighted on Satur­day af­ter his side de­feated league lead­ers An­nan at Gal­a­bank.

The for­mer Rangers and Scot­land cap­tain said:“We cer­tainly de­served the three points. In the first 25 min­utes we were dif­fer­ent class. I thought the way we started the game was really good, the tempo was really high and we played some really good stuff.

“We had chances to kill the game off to­wards the end. I’m dis­ap­pointed with the goals we lost but not many teams come here and win.

“We’re on a bit of a roll at the mo­ment and we’ll keep work­ing hard but we’ll just see where it takes us. We worked hard this week as well and the guys have looked af­ter them­selves. It’s a hard place to come and I said to them that play­ing against ten men is one of the hard­est things to do. They made it hard but over­all we de­served it. I’m not look­ing at the league ta­ble just now. I’ll do that at the end of the sea­son.

“Chappy’s got a good team. They’re a dif­fi­cult team to come play against, they’re phys­i­cal and not many teams come here and get any­thing so we’re happy to get the three points.”

Clyde boss

Barry Fer­gu­son

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