CAMBUSLANG RANGERS boss Alan Wardlaw has called for a huge shake-up at Somervell Park after another disappointing season in the Central District Division One.
The Lang are still not free from relegation as they head into their final two matches of the season.
Two wins would secure their survival with tonight's trip to Greenock followed by a return journey to Renfrewshire to face Port Glasgow on Saturday.
A recent slump has seen the side slide to fourth bottom of the division. And Lang stalwart Wardlaw admits there is a need for a shake-up at Somervell, although he believes he is the man to continue in charge of the team.
Wardlaw said: "I just want to get this season over and done with and then take stock at the end of the campaign.
"What happens next may not be my decision, as that's something that could be taken out of my hands, and I'll have some serious thinking to do on my own part as well.
"After seeing what's going on this season, I know there needs to be a huge shake up of the club from top to bottom, in terms of everything, not just the playing staff.
"We need to get everyone working together, and with the same attitude. The problem is, we're stagnating."