Clyde are closing in on their new manager as interviews for the position took place on Monday.
The Broadwood club have been without a permanent manager since parting company with Barry Ferguson in February with interim co-player-managers Jon-Paul McGovern and Peter MacDonald guiding the Bully Wee to League Two safety.
Both men are in the running while Annan boss Jim Chapman and former Scotland Under-21 manager Billy Stark are also being tipped for the job.
Cambuslang man Darren Young was also linked with the role after leaving Albion Rovers but he is an early contender to succeed John Hughes at relegated Raith Rovers.
Interview Billy Stark