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Interviews for the vacant Cambuslang Rangers manager’s job are due to take place tomorrow night (Thursday).
The Lang have been without a gaffer since the sacking of John Doyle earlier this month, and were disappointed to miss out on their top target John McKeown, who opted to stay with Super League Cumnock.
Last week, the club advertised for a manager, with applications for the post closing on Saturday.
Names which could be in the running include ex-Kilwinning and Newton Stewart boss George Grierson, who resigned from his job as Lugar Boswell Thistle boss last week with assistant Kevin Deeney.
According to the Pie and Bovril website, Lang player Ryan Jordan is interested in applying for the post.
The former Arthurlie defender joined the side in May,
Another thought to be in the running is former keeper Chris Wilson.
Lang chairman Billy Miller said: “We have a short list of four people, who we will be interviewing in the Cambuslang Institute on Thursday night.
“The range of applications has been diverse, and we look forward to meeting with the applicants.”
The Reformer understands that the club is keen to make a quick appointment, to ensure the new manager has as much time as possible to start building his squad ahead of the new campaign.
Cheer we go The young Glens celebrate
Interested Ryan Jordan wants the Lang job