Cumbernauld's Clyde unveil three new players for season ahead

 
 
Written by Scott Campbell.
Published at 15:50 BST on Monday 16th July 2012.

Cumbernauld’s Clyde Football Club have unveiled a trio of new team players for the season ahead.

As a week of training at East Kilbride’s K Park ended earlier this week Clyde boss Jim Duffy's announced his preparations for the up and coming season, proclaiming that he had agreed terms with a trio of players.

David Marsh, 22, will be a central defender, and was signed from Cumbernauld United on a one-year deal; Gary Graham, 17, will be a striker, signed from Heart of Midlothian on a two-year deal; and, Nic Rajovic, 19, who is a goalkeeper was signed from Kilmarnock on a two-year deal.

Commenting, Jim Duffy said: “We are two weeks away from our first game and it is an important time as we seek to add to the squad within the resources available.

“David Marsh is a player we have been aware of for a while. Central defence is obviously a priority to add to, following the loss of Brian McQueen and Declan Gallagher from last season, and this is an opportunity for him as he steps up from Cumbernauld United.

“Gary Graham is an exciting prospect, he just turned 17 in April and I was keen for him to join. He is raw but has good potential and I look forward to seeing him progress.

Jim added: “Finally, Nic Rajovic comes in from Kilmarnock. It is important that we have two 'keepers and I'm glad that we have confirmed those positions for our first team squad for this season and next. Nic has aquitted himself well and will work with Jamie (Barclay) and our goalkeeping coach Rob Glen as he develops.”