CLYDEBANK FC have provided a squad update after the conclusion of the 2023/24 campaign.

Gordon Moffat's side finished fourth in the West of Scotland Football League after a season of mixed fortunes.

Of the current crop of players, 18 players remain under contract for another year.

Connor Greene was invited back to pre-season training, but has agreed a deal with another club.

Creag Little was offered terms but has decided to move on from the club.

Under contract

Thomas Collins

 Jamie Darroch

 Lee Gallacher

 Callum Graham

James Grant

Adam Hodge

Kieran Hughes

Frazer Johnstone

Alan Kelly

Nicky Little

Nicky Low

Danny MacKenzie

Liam McGonigle

Oisin McHugh

Ben McLernan

Ciaran Mulcahy

Matt Niven

Craig Truesdale

Leaving the club

Jamie Donnelly

Connor Higgins

Calum McEwan

Larry McMahon

Joe Slattery

Adam Smith

Clydebank manager Moffat explained: "This is always the difficult part of the job, especially when you have worked with a large number of the guys over a long period of time. 

“With Jamie Donnelly and Connor Higgins, both have had commitments outside of football which have affected their availability and that is looking like it will continue into next season, so they have had to do what is right for them.

“Calum McEwan and Adam Smith are two very good young players who have the majority of their careers ahead of them, and we felt it was best that they are able to go and secure permanent moves that will allow them to continue that development. 

“Larry was obviously keen to secure more regular game time and saw out the season on loan at Hurlford to help facilitate that.

“Joe Slattery and I had some discussions a month or two before the end of the season and he was having some fitness frustrations, so he is going to go elsewhere and try to play as much as he can for the latter part of his career. 

“On behalf of everyone at the club I’d like to thank all the guys who have pulled on Clydebank jerseys for everything they have given me, the staff and the club and we wish them all the best for the future."