CELTIC legend Paul McStay’s son Chris made his debut for Clyde yesterday after signing until the end of the season.
The 21-year-old midfielder played for 74 minutes in his side’s 1-0 League Two win over Berwick Rangers at Shielfield.
McStay, who had been on the books of Australian outfit Surherland Sharks, had also been training with Celtic’s development squad, but agreed a contract with the Broadwood outfit and went straight into their line-up.
Delighted Clyde boss Danny Lennon said: “We are pleased to bring on board a player with such excellent DNA.
“Chris is a forward-thinking player with an abundance of energy and will compliment the players we already have.
“I’m sure he will be an excellent addition to the squad.”
The Hoops great now lives in Melbourne after emigrating a few years ago.