No home com­forts for Lang boss Paul

Rutherglen Reformer - - Reader Travel -

Cam­bus­lang Rangers boss Paul McColl says he’s about to learn what his team are made of as they face three tough away fix­tures in a row.

Lang travel to Ash­field on Satur­day be­fore a cup tie with Shotts and then their first ever visit to Ju­nior new boys Gart­cairn.

Paul said: “We will see who’s right up for it and ready to roll their sleeves up.

“Ash­field won their first game 6-0 but have lost three since then. It will be a tough game on a tight park.

“They are not the worst, they have maybe been un­lucky in these games, maybe with guys in­jured.”

Paul is also pleased to have a squad of around 20 play­ers hav­ing been down to just 13 a few weeks ago.

Chris Gor­don and Martin Bro­gan will miss out this week­end, but the man­ager doesn’t think that will be a prob­lem

“Ev­ery player that’s here is de­cent enough to start any week,” said McColl

“I wouldn’t be con­cerned if we had to change the team on any given Satur­day.

“We’re get­ting there, a cou­ple of weeks ago we only had 13 play­ers, but that’s all been changed.”

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