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St Mirren attacker Lewis Jamieson joins Clyde after Caley Thistle loan spell cut short

Striker Lewis Jamieson has returned to St Mirren after being on loan at Caley Thistle.
Striker Lewis Jamieson has returned to St Mirren after being on loan at Caley Thistle.

Striker Lewis Jamieson has left Caley Thistle after his parent club St Mirren recalled him from his loan spell.

The 19-year-old joined the Championship promotion chasers in the summer, but found it tough to break into the first-team, with Billy Mckay and Shane Sutherland the preferred pairing.

He has been sent back out on loan and joined League One side Clyde until the end of the season.

Jamieson spent time on loan at Clyde last season, scoring four goals in 15 games.

During his spell in Inverness, the energetic youngster scored three goals in 12 appearances – against Buckie Thistle and Elgin City in the League Cup and the 6-1 rout of Morton in the league last month.

Inverness head coach Billy Dodds has made two forward-minded additions so far in the window, bringing in Dundee United’s Logan Chalmers and Bristol City’s Sam Pearson on loan until the end of the season.

ICT confirmed the player’s return to Paisley’s Premiership club today, saying it “would like to thank Lewis for his contribution and wish him all the best in the future”.

Clyde boss Danny Lennon said: “We were really pleased with Lewis last season, with what he contributed to the team for such a young lad.

“He has great potential and is knocking on the door for playing in the Premiership.

“He adds something different to what we already have in the squad and we are excited to have him with us for the sprint towards the finish line of this league season.”

 

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