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Rutherglen Reformer - - The Back Page -

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

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