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Chisholm: Clachnacuddin will make it through strangest season


By Alasdair Fraser


Alex Chisholm would rate the current season – whatever remains of it – as the strangest he can remember.

It is also the one that affirmed the Clachnacuddin chairman’s belief that his beloved club will prevail through whatever financial challenges lie ahead.

Alex Chisholm (right) is confident he and team manager Sandy McLeod will keep steering Clach forward in difficult times.
Alex Chisholm (right) is confident he and team manager Sandy McLeod will keep steering Clach forward in difficult times.

The coronavirus outbreak has shut down the Highland League season indefinitely, creating a scenario even more uncertain than that stoked by the fire that tore through the club’s main building before Christmas.

To encounter one such traumatic jolt in a season would test the mettle of most small clubs at the lower end of the senior game. Two seems cruel.

Chisholm, though, brings a positive energy to the role he embraced back in 2016, and his ‘can do’ attitude has only been fortified by the recent developments he has had to face.

Read more in today's Highland News.



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