Lang sign ex-Ger Davidson
Hitman signs up at club
Former Rangers youngster Bob Davidson has signed for Cambuslang Rangers.
The forward, from Rutherglen, was a prolific scorer for the Rangers reserves between 2004-07, but only made two first team appearances.
Bob went to Boston United on loan in England, but didn’t score in any of his nine appearances, before leaving the Ibrox club to join Dundee.
At Dens Park, the former Stonelaw High pupil found the net 11 times in 54 appearances between 200709, before being released. His last senior club was Clyde, where he played twice as a trialist.
Since then he has been playing amateur and junior football, with Lanark United among his clubs.
Lang boss Paul McColl was delighted to have added the player, now 29, to his pool, bringing with him experience of playing senior football.
He said: “I’m really pleased to have brought in Bob. He’s a player with experience, and he lives in Cambuslang now, so it’s a good combination.
“He can play either as an attacking midfielder or a forward, but I see him as more of a forward.
“I’ve played with him in the past, and played against him, and I know he’s a really good guy.
“It won’t take him too long to get fit again, and he will be a real benefit for us in the season ahead. You want to bring in guys with experience, and he fits that bill perfectly.”
The club have also added another player to their squad, with the signing of a goalkeeper.
Paul said: “We’ve signed John Millen, who I knew from my time at Cumnock.
“He was with Blantyre Vics and came to Cumnock. Last season we loaned him out to St Roch’s and they had a tremendous 12 game run-in when they went undefeated, and he played a big part in that.
“He’s a good keeper, and totally off his head!”
Paul hopes to be able to add another couple of signings to his pool before the week is out.
He added: “We’re now into that time when it’s slightly harder to get hold of player because the summer holidays are here.
“You get people saying they’ll call you when you get back, and then you have to chase them.
“We’re going to have a training session on Saturday and get the boys together, and take it from there.”
Delighted Cambuslang Rangers boss Paul McColl is pleased with the two additions to his squad this week