CLYDE boss Jim Duffy hailed his team’s belief in their own ability to get results away from home after picking up three vital points at Berwick Rangers.
The Bully Wee have lost only once on their travels so far this season, having recorded two wins and three draws.
Saturday’s game at Shielfield Park was the Broadwood side’s first game since November 12, but that didn’t show in a gutsy performance.
Duffy said: “We have good belief in ourselves when we go away from home.
“The boys know the system well now and that’s helped our form.
“We’re a difficult side to beat, we know if we keep doing what we’re doing we’ll have at least half a chance of a result.
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