The great unknown beckons for newly- installed Cambuslang Rangers co-bosses John Doyle and Paddy Flannery.

The seasoned pair, who have been working together as part of the St Anthony's backroom team for most of this season, only took over at Somervell Park last Friday and have yet to meet their players.

But an even bigger concern is not knowing what division they will be operating in next season.

The Wee Gers have completed their Central First Division campaign and currently sit just above the relegation drop zone in fourth-bottom spot.

However, they remain in danger of taking the drop if third-bottom Lanark United take four points from their final two league matches against Dunipace and already-doomed Johnstone Burgh.

Doyle said: "It's far from an ideal situation for Paddy and I, not least because this is traditionally when signing talks take place.

"But it may be a further two weeks down the line before Cambuslang Rangers know whether they are a First or Second Division club.

"The previous management team of Alan Shields and Stevie Moore have done us a real favour in putting together a very good core of players which will be complemented by the guys who are earmarked to come on board.

"Obviously some players may want to hedge their bets until the situation over our divisional status is clarified, so I'm hoping a promotion-challenging Dunipace can do us a turn this coming Saturday.

"It all adds up to a nervy waiting time but in the meantime Paddy and I will arrange a group meeting with the current squad to outline our ideas and plans for the future."

Yet another managerial appointment sees former St Roch's and Pollok signing Paul Kelly agreeing to join Petershill as No.2 to Willie Patterson, whose long-time dugout ally Scott Smith has quit Junior football.

Meanwhile, belated condolences over the recent passing of Glasgow businessman and Maryhill Juniors benefactor Freddie Duda, whose funeral was held last Thursday.