People need to learn just to let it go. We won't get another point, probably won't score another goal and definitely won't get another win. On the bright side, finishing bottom will save us the embarrassment of getting pumped by Montrose in the play offs.
Spent 4 years getting my nephew and his mates coming along to cappielow instead of ibrox with his granda. Told me last night that he doesn’t want to come back.Really pushed to encourage him as it would of meant so much to my own dad that his grandson supported the ton. Sad times. If we do go down don’t think I could stomach a league 1 campaign and having gone to most games for 30 years it is the first time I have felt as disappointed as this.
60k a year for someone without a job for 8 months and who made a right roaring James Hunt of his previous job wants to leaves after less than 90 days in his new position despite being backed to the hilt by his chairman. Greedy , greedy bastard. Has a flat in Glasgow too , so no great commute either. Hope all chairmen/women read the tribunal findings and consider his actions when he gets punted by Falkirk.
Flat in Glasgow was rented by Morton. He also had a club car paid for by Morton.
He is and always has been a complete ****. Thanks n'at for playing for Morton for years and being actually quite good for some of them, but I think there's a reason why "Mr. Morton" has nothing to do with the club now.
Also it was funny as **** when he had to run away to Gretna.
No surprise to see Zhivago sucking up to him, probably trying to get in his will then bump him off.
Aye was kinda gutted to be honest was 1 of my favourite players as a kid. Was really disappointed in his attitude. Was shocked at how small and skinny he is. Does not look like he could play football.
We all know how football works since Bosman, but Bachirou's behaviour towards the club, and the fans who lauded him, by extension, was despicable.
There are ways for under contract players to negotiate transfers, but the route that little sh*te went down, by going on strike at a club who he made his name at, and then took him back when nobody wanted him was out of order, and on the eve of a new season, too.
Spouting that "Morton family" pish on Facebook after he got his own way summed him up. Good player or not, this club and it's fans, who treated Bachirou better than probably any player I've ever seen come here in my time watching Morton, didn't deserve him to refuse to play or train when all they'd asked him to do was fulfill the terms of the contract that he willingly signed.