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Dropped Points and Dodgy Penalties

(Photo- Gary Bradley) Dropped Points and Dodgy Penalties A Review of Morton’s 2022-23 Season, Part Two By Russell Gordon With the carrot of a Scottish Cup tie at Celtic Park on the horizon, which would hopefully provide a welcome boost to the coffers, as well as providing the players with an opportunity to perform to a nationwide TV audience, it was back to league business for Morton and a trip up the east coast to face an Arbroath side that were struggling at the wrong end o


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Substitutes, Sponsors and Sending Offs…

(Photo- Gary Bradley) Substitutes, Sponsors and Sending Offs… A Review of Morton’s 2022-23 Season, Part One By Russell Gordon So, another season has come and gone, with Morton now looking forward to their eighth successive season in the Championship- the longest of all the division’s members and a club record since league reconstruction in the 1970s. However, this time around was a much more positive experience for most connected to Morton than most of the previous ones


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Back From The Brink-Morton's Third Division Title Win

Back From The Brink- Morton’s Third Division Title Win By Russell Gordon   In what’s fast approaching our 150th anniversary, Morton have won ten titles across various divisions- more than any other club outside Glasgow’s big two, Hibernian and newly crowned League Two Champions Stirling Albion, both of the latter now sitting alongside us on that figure.   Only once have we won the fourth tier title, but having personally witnessed four of those ten successes, it would be


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Match Preview - Cove Rangers vs Morton (5th May)

Cove Rangers vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon As the curtain falls on a terrific Championship season on the Tail o’ the Bank, Dougie Imrie’s men head north hoping to secure a playoff place. Imrie’s first order of business will be to beat a Cove side who are as desperate to avoid play-offs as their visitors are to be included in them. In a situation much akin to Morton, Cove will be hoping that a win combined with a favourable result from elsewhere will guarantee survival in t

Away Day Guide - Cove Rangers (5th May)

Away Day Guide – Cove Rangers (19th November) Image - Cove Rangers FC Tickets Adult – Stand £15. Ground £13. Concession (OAPs and 12-17s) – Stand £10. Ground £8. U12s – Free. Tickets can be purchased online or at the stadium on matchday. Click the link to purchase tickets. Disabled Fan Information Balmoral Stadium has two spaces for wheelchair users and helpers, with usual admission fees applying. Bookings for disabled fans, including disabled parking in the stadiu

Match Preview - Morton vs Queens Park (29th April)

Morton v Queen’s Park – Match Preview by Russell Gordon Whilst it feels like we’ve been saying for weeks now that Morton were using their last chance to remain in the race for the play-offs, remarkably, as we head into the penultimate weekend of the season, we’ve still got a fighting chance.   Last Saturday’s narrow win over Raith Rovers coincided with fellow contenders Inverness, Partick and Ayr United all dropping points in a weekend in which only Morton and bottom feeders Cove Rang

Match Preview - Morton vs Raith Rovers (22nd April)

Morton v Raith Rovers – Match Preview by Russell Gordon With Inverness snatching a late win at Hamilton in midweek ahead of the visit of title favourites Dundee, and Ayr hosting Queen’s Park in the TV game on Friday night, the mathematicians will be needed to come to the fore as Raith Rovers visit Cappielow Park supported by Dalrada Technology with Morton hanging onto their hopes of making the Premiership play-offs by a thread. With Dundee’s Kwame Thomas popping up right on cue to

Match Preview - Dundee vs Morton (15th April)

Dundee vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon Morton travel to Dundee tomorrow in another massive fixture in the hunt for a playoff slot. An impressive second-half performance against Hamilton in midweek saw Dougie Imrie’s men grab a much needed three points. As Partick and Ayr clash, and with Inverness travelling to relegation-battling Cove, a positive result for The Ton would be a vital step towards fourth place. Photo - GBR Photographs. Squad Update Cammy Bl

Away Day Guide - Dundee (15th April)

Away Day Guide – Dundee Image - FootballTripper Tickets Prices are as follows: Adults - £24, Concessions (OAPs and Students) - £16, U18s - £10. Tickets can be bought upon arrival at Dens Park. Disabled Supporters Information Disabled fans will be housed at the front of the South Enclosure. To arrange this please contact the club via the ticket office on 01382 767039 or email Blue badge holders can arrange to park on the east side of North Isla

Match Preview - Morton vs Hamilton (11th April)

Morton v Hamilton Academical – Match Preview by Russell Gordon It feels like we’ve been saying it for weeks now, but the visit of relegation threatened Hamilton Accies to Cappielow Park supported by Dalrada Technology really does have the feel of an evening in which Morton will be drinking in the last chance saloon if they wish to keep their hopes of sneaking into the play-offs alive. After too many damaging results in the last six weeks or so, even a win is only likely to make a

Match Preview - Ayr United vs Morton (8th April)

Ayr United vs Morton – Match Preview by Dean McKinnon Morton travel to Ayrshire tomorrow attempting to gain ground on Partick Thistle and Ayr United in the race for the Premiership playoffs. Dougie Imrie’s men currently trail the hosts by six points, with a game in hand due to be played against Hamilton in midweek. Following last week’s last gasp defeat to Inverness, The Ton will look to recapture the positive momentum of earlier in the campaign as the Championship enters the home stra

Away Day Guide - Ayr United (8th April)

Away Day Guide - Ayr United  Photo – Scottish Football Partnership Tickets Tickets for Saturday’s game MUST be purchased using Ayr’s online ticketing system. Click here to purchase tickets. Prices are as follows - Adults: £20, Concessions: £13 (Over 65s and Students), Juveniles: £13 (13 - 17-year-olds), Child: £6 (12 and under). Disabled Supporters Information Disabled fans will be housed in the disabled area directly under the Family Stand. Fans will enter through

Match Preview - Morton vs Inverness (1st April)

Morton v Inverness Caledonian Thistle – Match Preview by Russell Gordon There’s no way of hiding from it now- we’re in the business end of the season, with only seven games left for Morton to force themselves into the play-offs and hopefully achieve the ultimate goal of a place in next season’s Premiership. Their visitors on Saturday however, are on a high- Inverness Caledonian Thistle will be coming to Cappielow Park supported by Dalrada Technology off the back of an impressive w

Match Preview - Arbroath vs Morton (17th March)

Match Preview – Arbroath vs Morton (17th March) by Dean McKinnon The Ton will eye a return to the Championship’s top quartet tomorrow evening as they face off against an Arbroath side desperate to avoid the drop into League One. Last week’s ill-tempered stalemate with Partick saw Dougie Imrie’s men tumble into fifth place, however The Ton’s record against the Championship’s basement boys suggests that any victory at Gayfield will be hard fought to say the least. Photo - GBR

Away Day Guide - Arbroath (17th March)

Away Day Guide - Arbroath (17th March) Photo - Arbroath FC Website Tickets – Click here to buy matchday tickets. Prices are as follows – Adults - £20, Concession (U18s, Students, Over 65s and Disabled Fans) - £13, Parent and U12 child - £23, Parent and 2xU12 children - £25. Disabled Supporters Information – The following is an exert from the Arbroath website – “Gayfield Park, home of Arbroath FC has two enclosed disabled seating areas on either side of the main sta
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