THEY say that all good things come to an end and that is the case with my time at Radio Clyde and on Superscoreboard.

After almost three decades on the airwaves, I’ve decided not to take my seat in front of the microphone this season.

I’m sad to be moving on after so long and I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed it over the years.

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I worked alongside the likes of Jimmy Sanderson, Gerry McNee and Paul Cooney and I met some fantastic people during my time with Clyde.

I have had some great times and it was certainly never dull addressing the big issues with supporters that always had an opinion.

I always called it as I saw it and I was firm but fair when talking about matches, managers, players and some of the issues that have come up in the game over the years.

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I am disappointed to be leaving at this time but I wish them all the best for what promises to be another really interesting season in Scottish football.

There will certainly be plenty of talking points.