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Bully Wee Investing In The Future
Published : 10 Jan 2013 13:15:45
Clubs need to encourage more fans to get into the habit of coming along on match days
Clyde hope to boost the crowd this weekend for the visit of Stirling Albion. The club have asked various Cumbernauld schools, Community teams as well as the Cumbernauld Colts club, that share Broadwood, and their own Youth Academy players to come along and back Jim Duffy’s side. All under 16s will gain entry for nothing. Clyde director, Bobby Gracey said: "Development of a future fan base needs to become an important activity for Clyde. I hope that all of the youngsters attending have a fantastic time and feel part of the wider Bully Wee family. Ideally, they will leave already looking forward to attending further matches before the end of the season." Free entry will be via the Main Stand turnstiles , where both sets of fans will be seated. Adult price is £12, with concessions priced at £6 with children admitted free provided they are supervised by an adult with 13-16 year olds allowed in without supervision.