He can count the likes of St Mirren and Rangers amongst his former clubs, and Clyde is now another team Gregg Wylde can add to his list of employers.

Following his departure from Livingston in 2019, the ex-Buddies and Rangers winger has signed for the Bully Wee. He’s penned a deal at Broadwood until the end of the season.

Wylde is with Clyde now. (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

Wylde has been training with Danny Lennon’s first-team squad recently and put pen to paper on a deal prior to the 3-3 draw with Stranraer on Saturday.

Already made his debut

Wylde started his career at boyhood club Rangers. He was a promising prospect there and made just under 40 appearances before moving to Bolton.

Since then he has had eight separate clubs, including stints at Aberdeen, St Mirren, Plymouth Argyle, Bury, Millwall, Northampton Town, Morecambe and most recently Livingston.

Started off at Rangers. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

The winger made his Clyde debut during an enthralling draw with Stranraer. Stevie Farrell’s side found themselves 2-0 up in the first half before two David Goodwillie strikes in the second 45 brought Clyde level.

Wylde was introduced as a 70th minute substitute before Stranraer retook the lead through Cameron Elliot. Goodwillie wrapped up a hat-trick two minutes after this to secure a point for Wylde’s new side.

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