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,
Morton’s League Cup Semi Final 2016 – Where Are They Now?
by Dean McKinnon.
22nd October 2016. Hampden Park. I would love to offer a personal insight into the emotion of standing in our national stadium watching Jim Duffy lead his Morton team out in our first semi-final appearance for thirty-five years, but unfortunately I was not in attendance. I watched from afar on a stream, having accepted an invitation to work abroad a few months earlier. Staring ruefully at the TV in a livin
Just One Cornetto Podcast - Morton Club Together Interview Transcript.
Dean McKinnon asked questions submitted on TheMortonForum and social media for Morton Club Together's Communications Director Graham Barr. Click below to listen to the interview in full (starting at 30:00).
Q: When exactly does MCT expect to take over the playing side of the club?
A: The plan at present is to take over ownership on the 1st of June. In the meantime, we will be involved in longer term discus
(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