Attacking play pleases Paul
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