Clyde gaffer Jim Duffy insists once his side get the right balance the club’s form will pick up.
Saturday’s defeat makes it seven games without a win for the Bully Wee and leaves them second bottom in the third division table.
On Saturday they will face Annan Athlietc at Galabank. The Black and Golds were the last side Clyde managed to beat in the league - a 2-1 win at Broadwood in September.
The squad is relatively injury free although John Kane suffered a head wound and will be a doubt while Gavin Brown is suspended.
Now former Chelsea coach Jim is seeking to get the right balance with defence and attack so his side can pick up their poor form.
He said: “As I’ve said before the matches are all difficult.
“Annan will be tough, they had a terrific result against Berwick.
“If we approach the match with a similar kind of commitment I believe we can get something.
“It’s a strange thing to say as I’m stating the obvious but, over the last few weeks, I feel defensively we’ve been making too many errors and it puts us in a difficult position.
“On Saturday I thought we were the opposite, I thought we were solid and disciplined in our defending. It was the front area where we missed chances.
“We had three fantastic chances to score and we never took any of them. We had another couple of good chances as well we could have scored from.
“A few weeks ago we were scoring goals and leaking too many, on Saturday it was the opposite. We were solid defensively but we lost the goal scoring touch.
“If we get the balance right I’m sure we can muster up a few results again.”
Clyde FC also confirmed the appointment of Willie O’Neill to a new role within the club that will see him provide operational and strategic leadership to all football activities out with the first team.
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