Stirling Albion manager Greig McDonald admitted the second-half performance against Clyde wasn’t good enough as we went down 1-0 at Broadwood.
Stefan McCluskey scored the only goal of the game two minutes before the break and we rarely look like hitting back in the second period.
McDonald said: “I thought we were the better team in the first half but we missed three good chances and were punished for a mistake.
“I wasn’t happy with the second half – we lacked a cutting edge and we didn’t win enough second balls. We had a good chat with the players after the game and the positive thing is that we are still in fourth place.”
Clyde manager Jim Duffy said: “It was a scrappy game at times but I felt we deserved to win because we carried more threat. We were better defensively in the second half and it was a great team effort overall.
“It’s a big win because it gives us a bit of a cushion over a few teams – I have to give credit to Stefan McCluskey for getting the goal as he has been struggling with a bad back and might not have played.”