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Just One Cornetto - A Greenock Morton Podcast


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Grudging respect is exactly right. They're scum, but they work hard at being scum.

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The car park was just resting in my account

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Coming soon -  Panelists Dean McKinnon, Craig Dunning, Louise Rodgers, Evan McFarlane, Ewan Boyle and Cammy Middleton give their views on all things Morton. Keep your eyes peeled for match previe

Our first episode is now live! Our hosts introduce themselves, assess how Morton's squad is shaping up ahead of the League Cup group stages and touch on Morton's commercial activity during the lockdow

Episode Four is now live! Dean, Evan and Louise reflect on last night's win over Ray McKinnon's Queens Park side in the League Cup. Dean also interviews Morton Women's Head Coach Gary Forbes ahead of

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Dean joined the Airdrie fan podcast 'Only The Lonely' in the build up to the playoff final to discuss the historic rivalry between the two clubs. 

The one Cornetto song is a "tribute" to Andy Ritchie who once bought a ice cream van to supplement his wages.

The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.
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We've done it! Dean, Evan and Louise discuss both legs of the playoff final, the feeling of being back inside Cappielow and the future of Gus MacPherson.

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It's been an...erm...'interesting' season on Sinclair Street this year. Dean, Callum and Craig give their verdict on everything that has happened at Cappielow this year, discuss which players should stay and go, and Gus MacPherson's future.

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Part one of four. In this mini series, we analyse the legacy left behind by the Rae family. Dean, Stephen and guest Alan Coyle reflect on Douglas Rae buying the club in 2001, the 2003 Third Division win, the collapse and 'betting scandal' of 2003/04 and the subsequent seasons through to winning the Second Division title in 2006/07.

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