Would we take Houston til end of the season?
Would have to be an upgrade to this nonsense.
What has Houston done to suggest that he merits the job till the end of the season?
He may be a proven experienced SPFL Premier and Championship manager with Dundee United and Falkirk, and twice a Scottish Cup finalist, but he doesn't seem to have contributed anything to Morton since he came on board. If anything, JJ has been left high & dry by this character.
I'm really not getting all this ill feeling towards Jonatan Johannsen. He seems like a decent guy who seems to be shouldering the blame for the 'Super Ray McKinnon' inspired revolution not transpiring the way we all wanted.
Give him the chance to get some signings of his own, empty some of the guff that he's inherited and give him a chance to do something good with us.
I've criticised the manager a lot but he got his tactics spot on this evening. I don't care how brutal it is to watch - his main priority right now is to get some results on the board and the way we played tonight was always going to give us the best chance of doing that. Playing the best team in the league - who ****ing horsed us 5-0 up there - isn't the night to showcase some sort of shan footballing philosophy.
Posted by capitanus
on 24 December 2018 - 01:22 AM
I was thrilled when we signed mcalister back as he had went away and had a good career since leaving us and I expected him to boss this league. I got fooled in to the returning club legend excitement but now that he's back and I've seen him play it made me remember that he has been a part of more failures during his time at Morton than most players, and was there all throughout our years of laughable failure to get out of the seaside leagues.
The mcalister who has came back might not be the same player playing in the same position as the player who left, but he's definitely the same mcalister who flatters to deceive on an almost weekly basis who manages to fool some fans in to thinking he's doing a good job.
You obviously got fooled into believing that Jim McAllister was a club legend in the first place then.