|Name Tim Clancy|
|Squad number 22|
|Height 5′ 11″|
|Born June 8, 1984|
With Steven Saunders suffering a long-term injury in the early stages of the season, manager Stuart McCall sought to bolster his defensive options by securing a defender capable of playing all across the back-line. Step forward Tim Clancy.
Secured on a free transfer from Kilmarnock, the Irishman has four years experience of the SPL behind him and offers cover to the regular back-four of Hateley, Craigan, Hutchinson and Hammell.
Beginning his career in local football with Trim Celtic and Belvedere in Ireland before crossing the Irish sea to sign for Millwall.
Tim failed to make the breakthrough with the Lions and spent time in non-league football in England with Weymouth, Walton & Hersham and Fisher Athletic before an opportunity presented itself in Scotland with Kilmarnock.
Signing for Jim Jefferies side in September 2007, Clancy made his debut against Gretna and in an injury interrupted spell in Ayrshire made over 70 appearances for Killie.
With Killie boss Kenny Shiels seeking an out-and-out centre back to replace the injured Ryan O’Leary, Clancy was sacrificed and provide the extra finance required and ‘Well manager Stuart McCall moved swiftly to bring the versatile defender to Fir Park on a deal until the end of the 2011’12 season.
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