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Chris Moves On

Sun, 3rd Jan 2021 6:54pm

Goalkeeping coach Chris Fahey has stepped down from his role with immediate effect.

Chris joined Clyde in 2018 and was part of the first team staff who delivered a long-awaited promotion at the end of the 2018-19 campaign.

Chris, who has decided to focus on his young family and business commitments, commented that he "thoroughly enjoyed his time at a wonderful club."

Clyde manager, Danny Lennon said:-

"I would like to put on record my personal thanks for the tremendous work that Chris has put in to move Clyde forward over the past three years. He has been a key and trusted member of the coaching staff here.

"I will certainly miss his vital input, as he has been an integral part of all of our success. I wish him every success with his business ventures and future endeavours."

In other staff news, the club is delighted to confirm the appointment of Willie Neil as kitman. Willie is a vastly experienced kitman in the Scottish game, including 13 years with the national team. His appointment follows the departures of former kitmen, Joe Hayes and Andy Quinn.

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