Aye, he’s a good guy regardless of what people think of the idea.
I'm not against the principle of a supporters group or individual supporters having a stake in the club. And I don't doubt for a second that he is a decent person, hence the reason why I'll admit I was a bit harsh on him.
Now, I wonder if others out there will admit they are/were a bit harsh on Timmins, Ramsbottom, Van Skaik et others.
So someone has ditched a whole load of electrical equipment in that room And changed the locks since the end of the season and noone thought this would be an issue?
That statement is total amateur hour stuff..
I wasn't aware that this Morton Blind Supporters Association even existed until now, let alone had their own private room at Cappielow. I'm sure that there will be other Morton supporters out there which would benefit from such a club and facilities, which begs the question - why is this not better publicised by the club?
Seen that forum last week, dear lord!!
It's like reading a 5 year old copy of the People's Friend at the dentists.
Funnily enough one of that site's co-owners once compared this forum to the People's Friend on their 'blog'.
It is to be encouraged though. The more quality Morton related content on the Internet the better, as it's the Morton supporters that benefit overall.
With this in mind I'm looking forward to the season ahead following Chris's Morton TV, that guy is an absolutely gem - a real Morton legend for the millenials - and would actively encourage all Morton supporters to follow his YouTube adventures.
I only wish the club itself would step up to the plate and give us the web offering we've been crying out for the past two decades. GMFC -late to the party as always.