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Match Preview - Dundee vs Morton (Championship 10th April)

Dundee vs Morton - Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. Morton travel to Dens Park tomorrow with a clear mantra - win two of the remaining four games. With the Championship relegation battle on a knife edge, and a change of ownership on the horizon, the stakes have never been higher for the Cappielow side. The Ton will look to recover from the Nikolai Todorov inspired mauling on Tuesday night in the hands of Inverness and attempt to lay a glove on a Dundee side that appear to be peaking at

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Match Preview - Morton vs Inverness (Championship 6th April)

Morton vs Inverness - Match Preview by Dean McKinnon It’s back to league business for The Ton tomorrow night in the first of five crunch matches as Gus MacPherson looks to retain Championship football at the Tale of the Bank for another season. Morton will look to improve upon a somewhat clunky and pedestrian performance against part time East Fife on Saturday, with The Ton being far from their best despite Robbie Muirhead’s curling effort securing a Fourth Round tie against Motherwell

Match Preview - East Fife vs Morton (Scottish Cup 3rd April)

East Fife vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. The Ton travel to Methil on Saturday seeking progression to the Fourth Round of this season’s delayed Scottish Cup. While cup progression will be in the forefront of Gus MacPherson’s mind, it’s safe to say that the nation’s showpiece competition is something of a sideshow to a Morton side embroiled in a relegation battle. With Inverness traveling to Cappielow on Tuesday night, the gaffer may consider an element of squad rotation to

Match Preview - Raith Rovers vs Morton (Championship 27th March)

Raith Rovers vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. Morton travel to Kirkaldy on Saturday hoping that the euphoria of Lewis Strapp’s winning penalty overpowers the physical strain caused by Tuesday night’s 120 minute stalemate. Gus MacPherson’s new look Morton side, who have changed their set up to a 3-4-2-1, have a new found defensive solidity and have attacked well in spells of matches against Queen of the South and Dunfermline. The new Morton gaffer will be hoping to avoid a re

Match Preview - Morton vs Dunfermline (Scottish Cup 23rd March)

Morton vs Dunfermline – Match Preview by Craig Dunning/Dean McKinnon. Ten days after the last meeting between the sides, Morton welcome Dunfermline to Cappielow for the Scottish Cup Second Round tie. which was originally scheduled for January before the suspension of the tournament. Morton will go into the game with confidence following their victory over Queen of the South on Saturday, while Dunfermline suffered a 1-0 victory at home to Queen of the South. An away tie with East F

Match Preview - Morton vs QOTS (Championship 20th March)

Morton vs Queen of the South – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. Gus MacPherson’s Morton side will endeavour to take a massive step towards Championship survival on Saturday as they square off against Queen of the South. As the Championship moves towards its climax, and with every side outside the promotion play-off places having played twenty matches, The Ton find themselves in an incredibly perilous eighth place. Sitting only one point ahead of ninth place Arbroath, and as the league’s

Match Preview - Dunfermline vs Morton (Championship 13th March)

Dunfermline vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. Morton travel over the Kincardine Bridge on Saturday to face Dunfermline with a spring in their step following the win over Inverness midweek, along with having a new face in the dugout. Former St Mirren, Queen of the South and Queens Park manager Gus MacPherson was announced on Wednesday night, agreeing to take the reigns from Anton McElhone until the end of the season. The squad will head into Saturday’s match on a high aft

Match Preview - Inverness vs Morton (Championship 9th Match)

Inverness vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. As Morton enter the final third of this shortened Championship season, the situation is far from ideal at the Tail of the Bank. The Ton are second bottom of the table and in the midst of a winless run that extended to double figures on Saturday, as Morton fell 2-0 to fellow strugglers Ayr United at Cappielow. A flat and uninspiring result lead to a huge outpouring of anger from the Cowshed faithful on Saturday night as Morton fans b

Match Preview - Morton vs Ayr (Championship 6th March)

Morton vs Ayr United – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. It’s crunch time at Cappielow. Saturday’s match is arguably the most important match of the season thus far. It’s eighth against ninth, with both teams only recording one win in their previous ten matches. Morton will take the positives from back-to-back draws against Hearts and Dundee, however the predicament of nine league matches without a win will still weigh heavily on the mind of Anton McElhone and his squad. The shift t

Match Preview - Morton vs Dundee (Championship 27th Feb)

Morton vs Dundee – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon Morton head into Saturday’s match looking to continue the momentum generated by an excellent performance and result at Tynecastle last week. Craig McGuffie’s outstanding strike from the edge of the box gave The Ton the lead after fifty-three minutes, with a header from Jamie Walker securing a share of the spoils for both sides. Anton McElhone freshened his side up, lining up in a 4-3-3 and reintroducing Kyle Jacobs in the heart of midfi

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Match Preview - Hearts vs Morton (Championship 20th Feb)

Hearts vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon. Morton travel to the capital on Saturday for their visit competitive visit to Tynecastle in thirty-two years. The previous encounter, a Premier League match in 1988, saw Allan McGraw lead his Morton side to a 2-0 defeat. Morton’s last win at Tynecastle takes us all the way back to 1984, as The Ton ran out 2-1 winners on the day with goals from Dougie Robertson and Alex O’Hara. This Morton side featured club legends such as Jim Holmes a

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Match Preview - Morton vs Inverness (Championship 13th Feb)

Morton vs Inverness - Match Preview by Dean McKinnon Morton travel to the Highlands on Saturday with the explicit aim of getting their season back on track. The mood around Cappielow is currently less than rosy after seven matches without a win. The squad appears bereft of midfield presence following the shock retirement of skipper Jim McAlister and are looking towards new loan signing Kazaiah Sterling to improve their goal haul. With a trip to the Highlands, followed by a trip to Tyne

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Match Preview - Morton vs Raith Rovers (Championship 6th Feb)

Morton vs Raith - Match Preview by Dean McKinnon With the reduced Championship season reaching the half way point, Morton sit mid-table in sixth place. The Greenock side find themselves six points ahead of the relegation play-off spot and three points adrift of the final promotion play-off place. While this may sound like the comfortable, mid-table position that Morton fans called for heading into this season, The Ton have not won in six matches and find themselves focusing more on the

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Jim McAlister - A Tribute

(Photo- Gary Bradley) Jim McAlister- A Tribute by Russell Gordon   After penning my thoughts on the erstwhile Morton Chief Executive Dave MacKinnon's departure on Thursday I had hoped that one day I'd be able to write more fondly of someone departing Morton for pastures new.  I didn't expect to be doing so only a few of days later, though.   Whilst there remains a number of questions to be answered in relation to the shock announcement, those

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So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye...

So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye... by Russell Gordon   Dave MacKinnon (Photo- The Scottish Sun)   So, after twenty eventful months, Dave MacKinnon's tenure as Chief Executive of Morton is now coming to an end, somewhat acrimoniously some might say.   After Warren Hawke's spell in office ended with the JJ/Charlie Telfer soap opera being played out in front of the national media on the day Falkirk were emptied into League One (stop laughing at the back,

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