LUGAR Boswell Thistle are back in the market for a new boss.

Management duo Derek McMurdo and David Clapperton this week resigned from their posts.

The pair decided to walk after a poor start to the campaign and that was compounded with their 4-1 thrashing at home to Craigmark last Saturday.

The Bunnets currently sit second bottom of the Ayrshire District League, with just one win and one draw from ten games, shipping a staggering fifty goals.

Rosebank boss, McMurdo this week told the Chronicle of his disappointment with the campaign.

He said: "It was proving to be very difficult. Things didn't go to plan for us.

"The season started and we were literally pulling boys off the street to be honest. It's difficult at clubs like Lugar. They have a great infrastructure and are a good club, but money talks and Lugar don't have much.

"We were coming up with game plans and we just didn't have the players to get us results.

"David (Clapperton) and I decided that if it didn't happen for us in the next game against Craigmark didn't go our way then we would reconsider.

"In that game the get a man sent off and barely touch the ball, then right before half time they score a goal that is at least five yards offside.

"That's just how things have been going for us. We haven't been getting the breaks and everything just seemed to be going against us.

"We put a lot of work in at Lugar so it's disappointing to end this way. It's a shame, but money talks and Lugar just don't have the funds.

"They're a great club and we left with no hard feelings.

"We really put the work in and we can leave with our head held high."