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Clyde to lose three players, and keep three, for next season

Written by Scott Campbell.
 
 
 
 
 
Published at 14:26 GMT on Wednesday, 8th May, 2013.
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CUMBERNAULD’S Clyde Football Club will be with continuing players, next season, although three of the team’s players are set to leave the club. 

Amongst those staying is Clyde forward, Kevin Watt, who has signed on the dotted line for a new one-year contact with The Bully Wee; midfielder, Kieran Macdonald; and, team forward, Sean Fitzharris, who are both set to extend their stays. 

However, amongst the continuing players are three of the team who are set to pack their bags and leave the Bully Wee. They are Paul Hay, Daniel Fitzpatrick and Jack Sloss.

Kevin Watt, 23, joined Clyde, last year, and has previously played for Airdrie United and Albion Rovers. He is currently joint top scorer, with 10 goals, impressing club supporters with his general play up front. Club manager, Jim Duffy was pleased to announce the news. He said Kevin “deserved” the new deal.

Jim said: "Kevin has scored a good tally of 10 goals - and all from open play. He has also worked hard for the team and I think he deserves a new deal."

Meanwhile, the club has said they are “pleased” to confirm the extensions agreed to by Kieran MacDonald and Sean Fitzharris.


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MacDonald, 19, signed for Clyde towards the end of 2012; becoming a regular starter at left-back, recently, and impressing supporters with his performances.

Meanwhile, former Celtic and Greenock Morton player, Sean Fitzharris, who has featured in 22 matches during the 2012-13 season is also staying at the club.

Despite the new deals, however, Paul Hay, Daniel Fitzpatrick and Jack Sloss are all set to leave Clyde Football Club.

“Clyde FC would like to thank Paul, Daniel and Jack for their efforts and wish them all the best in the future,” a club spokesperson confirmed.

The club captain, Paul Hay was in his second spell with The Bully Wee, having previously featured as a youngster in the last 90s. He returned to Broadwood in 2011 and has been a key member of the squad over the last two seasons, featuring in 64 matches in either midfield or defence.

Meanwhile, both Daniel and Jack appeared for the first team after coming through the club's youth academy, although both midfielders have said that they will hopefully move on to somewhere else and further their playing careers.

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