Brechin City Football Club

Glebe Park, Brechin, Angus DD9 6BJ

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Brechin City 2 Clyde 4

Match Report - By


Brechin City were knocked out of the first round of the Scottish Communities League Cup after a 4-2 defeat from Third Division Clyde at Glebe Park.

It was a winning return to Brechin for former City manager Jim Duffy who must have been delighted with his young side’s thoroughly deserved victory.

A Gerry McGlauchlan own goal in the 20th minute gave Clyde the lead but City equalised through David McKenna six minutes later.

Both teams pushed hard for the decisive second goal after the break but defences were well on top and goal-scoring chances were few.

City had a great chance to grab the lead two minutes into extra-time when they won a penalty but Craig Molloy blasted the spot-kick high over the bar.

The hosts were made to rue this miss five minutes later when John Sweeney blasted home a penalty after Mark Archdeacon had been brought down in the box by Scott Buist who was then ordered off.

The Bully Wee then increased their advantage through Archdeacon eight minutes later and although Charlie King pulled a goal back for City in the 114th minute Iain Gray fired home the visitors fourth goal to wrap up victory.

Result

30 July 2011
Glebe Park
Attendance: 402
David McKenna 26
Charlie King 114
Gerry McLauchlan (O.G.) 20
John Sweeney 97 (Pen)
Mark Archdeacon 105
Iain Gray 119

Brechin City

1 Craig Nelson
2 David McClune
3 Mick Dunlop
4 Gerry McLauchlan
5 Scot Buist
6 Neil Janczyk
7 David McKenna
8 Garry Brady
9 Graham Weir
10 Craig Molloy
11 Derek Carcary
     
12 Charlie King
14 Paul McManus
15 Paul McLean
16 Jim Lister
17 David Scott

Substitutions:

  • On: Jim Lister
    Off: Graham Weir ( 63 )
     
  • On: Paul McManus
    Off: David McKenna ( 68 )
     
  • On: Charlie King
    Off: Derek Carcary ( 86 )
     

Clyde

1 John Charles Hutchison
2 Iain Gray
3 Lee Sharp
4 Pat Scullion
5 Brian McQueen
6 John Sweeney
7 John Neil
8 Paul Hay
9 Stephen McDonald
10 Liam Cusack
11 Kris Irvine
     
12 Craig Tully
14 Mark Archdeacon
15 Gavin Brown
16 Daniel Fitzpatrick
17 Barry Milne

Substitutions:

  • On: Mark Archdeacon
    Off: Kris Irvine ( 71 )
     
  • On: Gavin Brown
    Off: Stephen McDonald ( 79 )
     
  • On: Craig Tully
    Off: John Sweeney ( 112 )