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Rutherglen Reformer - - Sports -

Clyde boss Jim Chap­man says the hard work starts now for his play­ers as they pre­pare for the first league game of the sea­son.

The Bully Wee had a good show­ing in the Bet­fred Cup de­spite miss­ing out on a place in the next round.

And ac­cord­ing to Chap­man, there was plenty of pos­i­tives to take from the four matches.

He said:“It was very good for us. I re­ally like the for­mat. Of course the four games in 10 days is a lot for a part-time side but in these games we were able to shape the squad up for prepa­ra­tion for the league.

“It’s not ev­ery week you get to play against Premier­ship or Cham­pi­onship teams so from these games it was pos­i­tive.”

Clyde travel to Ber­wick Rangers this week­end on the open­ing day of LeagueTwo.

The Wee Gers fin­ished bot­tom of their League Cup group with a sin­gle point. And al­though Chap­man will be aware of their poor fin­ish­ing, he knows Satur­day’s game will not be easy.

“I’ve got ex­pe­ri­ence of being in the

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