Clyde have announced the signing of former Blackpool caretaker manager and Scotland international Barry Ferguson as player-manager.
Ferguson left Blackpool last month after leading the club to 20th position in the Championship. Ferguson became Blackpool caretaker manager following the sacking of Paul Ince earlier this year.
Clyde chairman John Alexander is delighted with his acquisition, and says that he is highly impressed with what the passionate Scot can bring to the club.
Alexander said ‘We are delighted that Barry has committed himself to taking Clyde forward as player-coach.
‘He won us over with his vision for developing our squad and commitment to building on our existing youth policy, as he establishes himself as a manager in the Scottish game.
‘We undertook a thorough recruitment process and we were fortunate to have many quality candidates keen to be involved with Clyde.’
Barry Ferguson managed twenty games and won just three in his time in charge at Blackpool.