Clyde have parted company with manager Jim Chapman after a disappointing start to the season in Ladbrokes League 2.
Chapman moved to Broadwood in the summer after several years in charge at Annan Athletic but the Bully Wee have picked up just eight points from their opening 10 matches and sit eighth in the table going into Saturday’s trip to Stenhousemuir.
Clyde chairman Norrie Innes told the club website: “Since my appointment, we as a Board have worked very hard on the commercial and footballing operational side of the club.
“On both, we have made significant progress and we are building positive, long-term relationships and core facilities that will continue regardless of who is in position. However, it is clear that the overall performance, league results and position are not aligned with our expectations.
“This decision provides all parties with the opportunity to learn from the experience, move on and pursue our respective objectives and priorities. We wish Jim and John (Joyce) well in the future."