At­tack­ing play pleases Paul

Rutherglen Reformer - - Juniors -

Paul McColl lauded Cam­bus­lang Rangers’ at­tack­ing play fol­low­ing their 4-1 win away to Greenock Ju­niors.

Liam Gorm­ley and Ryan McBeth scored to give the Lang a half-time lead be­fore Thomas Kil­martin and Alessan­dro Savarese sealed the vic­tory.

McColl said:“It was a great re­sult. I saw the rain on Thurs­day and thought the game might have been a mud bath and that can some­times be a leveller in games like that but thank­fully it wasn’t.

“Fair play to Greenock, they had some de­cent play­ers. They scored their goal from one of their set pieces which they were very dan­ger­ous from.

“Our for­ward play was ex­cel­lent, we looked like we were go­ing to score every time we at­tacked.

“We had four reg­u­lar starters miss­ing so it was good to get the win with­out them and it gave other guys a chance. Mark Hous­ton was ex­cel­lent. He’s been un­lucky with work but he came in and did well on Satur­day.

“And James Brown was good as well as San­dro [Savarese] who scored an ab­so­lute peach. Deco [Kil­martin] and Gorm­ley got their usual goals so it was a good re­sult all round.”

The Lang now face Forth Wan­ders this week­end. Jamie McKen­zie’s men suf­fered a hu­mil­i­at­ing 8-2 de­mo­li­tion when they last faced The Lang but McColl be­lieves it won’t be as easy to take three points on Satur­day.

“It won’t be like that this time be­cause they’ve brought a few more guys in,”he said.“They have good in­di­vid­ual play­ers who didn’t play last time.

“But it is at home and I know Jamie very well. Hope­fully we can just keep on win­ning and not get car­ried away.”

He added: “St Roch’s lost 3-0 at home which was some re­sult for Ross­vale.

“St Roch’s are not the only team we need to watch out for.”

Dugout view Paul McColl

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