Paddy wants to finish on a high
Cambuslang Rangers comanager Paddy Flannery wants his side to finish off their sectional league cup campaign with two wins.
Defeats in their first two games have left Paddy and co-boss John Doyle feeling frustrated.
But they hope to make amends tonight (Wednesday) as the Lang travel to face Vale of Clyde, and then on Saturday with a trip to East Kilbride Thistle.
Paddy said: “The games are coming thick and fast now, and that’s the way we want it. We’ve now got two away games before the league begins.
“The boys are all itching to get playing again - they want to put Saturday’s result behind them, and are champing at the bit to get back out there and get our first win on the board.
“We’re definitely looking for two wins from two.
“To be perfectly honest, I don’t know too much about the Vale, as we’ve pretty much been concentrating on ourselves, but from past experience, they are always an energetic team who will get in and around you.
“We know full well what their ground is like and what to expect, as we faced Bellshill there last season with St Anthony’s, but we’re not too sure what there team is like at present.”
Saturday ’ s v i s i t to the Showpark will see Cambuslang Rangers face former boss Alan Wardlaw for the first time since he left the club last October, then shortly afterwards took up the managerial post with Thistle.
Paddy said: “The East Kilbride game will take care of itself. We’re just looking to get a win.
“We’ve not had the best of starts, and, to be honest, I can’t wait for the sectional league cup to be over with.
“The league business is what we will be judged on, but if we can win our last two league cup games, then that’s a great thing to have as we start the league off.
“We’re more than capable of taking six points from these last two games, and that’s got to be our target. We want it, and so do the boys.”