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Ex-wolves defender Mark Clyde joins Bridgnorth Town

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Bridgnorth Town today pulled off a major coup – naming former Wolves defender Mark Clyde as their new manager.

Bridgnorth Town today pulled off a major coup – naming former Wolves defender Mark Clyde as their new manager.

Former Northern Ireland international Clyde, 28, replaces Lee Mills – who resigned last month and has now teamed up with Matt Burton at Bridgnorth's Midland Alliance rivals Ellesmere Rangers.

The ex-Molineux man's professional career was cut short by injury in 2007 but he made a comeback with non-League Worcester City two years later and was player-coach under boss Carl Heeley last season.

"Mark's vision fits in perfectly with our own and we are hopeful of forming a successful partnership," said club secretary Zoe Griffiths.

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