Pollock joins Clyde on loan
Youngster Jamie Pollock has gone out on a month’s loan to Third Division side Clyde.
Pollock, 20, has found first-team football hard to come by this season. In fact, his last appearance came almost one year ago when he was a second half substitute against Celtic.
An attacking midfielder, Pollock made his debut in December 2009, again against Celtic, when he was introduced by the then manager Jim Gannon. He has since gone on to make a further four substitutes appearances in Claret and Amber.
Pollock will likely make his Bully Wee debut against Elgin City at Broadwood this evening.
Speaking to motherwellfc.co.uk, he said, “I am out for a month and the main aim is to try and play some competitive first-team football.
“I’ve heard a lot of good things about Clyde as a club and the manager Jim Duffy so I am looking forward to getting started.”
Pollock joins fellow youngsters Gary Smith (Stenhousemuir), Ross McKinnon (Alloa Athletic) and Jordan Halsman (Albion Rovers) who are already on loan.