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  1. (Photo-D Sargent, Ayr United FC) A Blast From The Past... by Russell Gordon With apathy and pessimism in plentiful supply ahead of Friday's winner-takes-all relegation showdown at Gayfield, someone has to look for some crumb of comfort heading into the game. So, whilst it may well be a case of clutching at straws, it should be noted that the weight of recent history is very much in Morton's favour. There's no point in pretending that we're not in a familiar position here, with the majority of our time since promotion in 2007 being spent towards the bottom end of the second tier
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  2. While the legal and financial aspects of the takeover deal and day one of ownership are the most important details and they'll have understandably taken up the bulk of the MCT team's time recently, I note that the document states "we will look to use relevant expertise to develop a strategic outlook for the footballing operations at the club following transfer of ownership." I appreciate that work may be ongoing and some details may not be appropriate for public disclosure, but this close to the summer and with the extent of the rebuild required at the club I was hoping for some more detail on
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  3. Ahead of Friday night's do-or-die clash with Arbroath at Gayfield, our very own Russell Gordon takes a moment to reflect back on Morton's past successes in relegation shootouts.
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  4. Great post. Hope springs eternal.
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  5. Brilliant read as usual Russell!!
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  6. Great thread, a very enjoyable read.
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  7. I knew before I clicked it what the 'match of the day' was going to be. Honestly one of my favorite all-time Morton games, easily in my top five. The atmosphere was so good, the team played amazingly well, all our goals were superb in their own way. I know Finlayson's was the pick of the bunch but it's Wake's opener that I can see in my mind's eye whenever I remember that game. As soon as that went in, and Thistle missed that one-on-one at the other end, there was not a single shred of doubt in my mind that we were staying up. Great read!
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  8. He covered this in the early chapters of Nomad. Well worth a read and perhaps available at your local BP mini-mart.
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  9. I presume their real life lawyers were advising them on those options before they were made public and put to a vote, no?
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  10. When I had a season ticket for NEC Nijmegen it included free public transport to and from the stadium. Maybe something similar could be negotiated with McGill's.
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  11. .......and a very relevant MCT update!
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  12. No need to call someone a haddie. It not the Sun your writing for.
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