Wednesday, 28 May 2008

Clydebank F.C. v Johnstone Burgh

West Region Super League Division One (Scotland)

Clydebank F.C. 2 Johnstone Burgh 3

Glenhead Park Duntocher

May 23rd 2008 7.30pm Kick Off

Attendance 250 (Cap 1,500 No Seats)

Weather Mild +13

Ticket Standing £5

Atmosphere 3/5
Ground 2/5
Referee 2/5
Beer 4/5 (£2.40 Pint Of Tetley In Clubhouse, where You Have A Good View Of The Game From The Window)
Food 4/5 (Burger £2)
Overall day out entertainment 4/5

A Clydebank goal

A Fact

Clydebank achieved considerable success in their 35 years as a Scottish League club. They spent three seasons in the Premier league, becoming the first club to play in all three Scottish League divisions after league reconstruction in 1975 . Clydebank also reached the Scottish Cup semi-final in 1990 while playing in the First Division .
They were also the first (and last) senior club of the the late great Davie Cooper, who went on to play forRangers and Motherwell . Cooper was still a Clydebank player when he died in March 1995, aged 39, after suffering a brain hemorrhage . He was due to retire at the end ofthat season and become the club's first-team coach.