MORE than 30 applications have been submitted for the Clyde manager vacancy, the League Two side has revealed. 

Jim Chapman was dismissed as boss last week after a run of three consecutive defeats left the Bully Wee in eighth place.

Interim manager Tony McNally stepped in on Saturday to guide the Cumbernauld outfit to a draw against Stenhousemuir and it was confirmed on Tuesday that he will lead the side again for the visit of Stirling Albion this weekend. 

However, Clyde hope to have a new permanent gaffer in place soon after receiving significant interest in the role. 

Club secretary Gordon Thomson told the club's official website: "We have received over 30 applications.

"We are currently working through these to compile a shortlist for interview. The interviews are planned to commence during the week of 13th November."

The Broadwood Stadium outfit are without a league win since the start of September and are currently five points adrift of seventh-place Annan Athletic in the fourth tier of Scottish football.