Clyde are having a real clear out ahead of next season. I wonder if they will have another week of trials to find new players as they have in the past. Clyde have added another couple of player, strikers John Stewart and Willie Sawyers, to the13 players that left Broadwood last week. A club spokesperson said: "Neither John or Willie will be offered terms for the campaign ahead." Stewart began his career at Aberdeen before joining Falkirk where he was loaned out to St Johnstone and then Queen of the South. He scored the winning goal in the Doonhamer’s 4-3 Scottish Cup semi-final success over the Dons in 2008. He then joined Ross County and Peterhead before becoming a Bully Wee player in January 2010 where he has scored 12 goals. Sawyers made the step up from Maryhill Juniors in the summer of 2009 and scored 12 goals during his time at Broadwood.