Jump to content
TheMortonForum.com
advertisement_alt

MCT Team

Members
  • Content Count

    44
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    2

MCT Team last won the day on July 10 2020

MCT Team had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

37 Excellent

About MCT Team

  • Rank
    GMFC Supporter

Recent Profile Visitors

1042 profile views
  1. Dear Members, Hopefully you enjoyed yesterday’s fantastic three points, we certainly did! Having sold out, we are now in a position to announce the amount raised for Inverclyde Foodbank from the sale of our MCT face masks. We are delighted to say that following the sale of 240 masks, we have raised an incredible £700 for the Foodbank! Thank you to everyone who purchased the masks, they have now all been posted and should be arriving with you soon if they haven’t already. This donation should go a long way towards helping some of the most vulnerable people in the local
  2. Morton Club Together (MCT) were disappointed by yesterday’s announcement of the resignation of the former manager David Hopkin. With the season only two months old, and shortened due to Covid-19, the impact on the remainder of the season of losing a manager is undoubtedly a concern. From our work on progressing towards the transition to community ownership, it has become clear to us that the club is in a difficult financial position. We also understand that this is an unusual season and realise that planning for this campaign was difficult to predict and project with any accuracy.
  3. Dear Members, MCT, and indeed many fans, had significant concerns over the capacity of the website prior to the game and strongly advised testing its capability. Unfortunately, that was not done, and the harsh lesson was learned in a competitive scenario leaving many of us angry and frustrated as we tried to tune in. Following MCT making our disappointment clear, the club invited us to be part of the discussions regarding the situation. During these discussions we shared our disappointment, and were keen to hear how the club planned to move forward, both with limiting the damage to f
  4. Morton Club Together will be running an online webinar for those who have yet to join our journey towards community ownership and will answer any questions supporters have for our directors. Click here for full details and to sign up
  5. Another massive milestone has been reached!
  6. Questions and Answers After Community Ownership Announcement Following the announcement regarding community ownership on Wednesday 8th July, we have been asked a number of questions. We have aimed to answer as many of these as possible below. We have tried to group the hundreds of questions we have received into topics. There will inevitably be more questions, so please do continue to ask these and we will continue to provide answers. Cappielow and the Car Park Not surprisingly, many of the questions from the announcement have been around the ownership of Cappielow and, to a l
  7. Dear Member, Thank you to those of you who are currently attending our webinar. For all our members, please find below the historic press release outlining tonight's announcement: Morton Club Together (MCT) have tonight announced to their members that an agreement in principle has been reached with Golden Casket, the current owners of Greenock Morton, to take over majority shareholding of the club with effect from the summer of 2021. The agreement reached with Golden Casket, headed up by current club Chairman Crawford Rae, will see the club sold to MCT for a nominal sum.
  8. £25,000 RAISED DURING LOCKDOWN Morton Club Together (MCT) have today announced that member and one-off contributions since the beginning of lockdown in March have reached £25,000. Reaching £25,000 in contributions during this challenging period is a testament to the dedication of Morton fans to their Club and highlights the significant impact MCT and its members are having. This £25,000 has been made up of 430 members contributing £7,200 throughout March, April and May, as well as £3,400 in one-off donations made by supporters. During this tough time, a number of members have
  9. Dear Members, Earlier in 2020, Morton Club Together announced our intention to explore the potential of Community Ownership of Greenock Morton Football Club. Since then, MCT have commenced a feasibility study and are working with the club to assess the needs for the potential development of a suitable business plan. The feasibility study focusses on five key business themes that we believe need to be closely examined and incorporated as part of any business plan for Community Ownership. The themes are: - The legal structures required to underpin Community Ownership; - The finan
  10. As outlined in the Open Letter to Fans published by Greenock Morton this afternoon, an agreement has been reached with players that will see them placed on furlough. Morton Club Together (MCT) have been in close communication with the Club since the beginning of the current situation and have worked hard alongside them to reach best solution for the long-term sustainability of the Club. The first thing to note, is that the ongoing contributions and additional contributions made in recent weeks have been extremely valuable and appreciated. Since the suspension of football, the club’s
  11. MCT Funding Contributes to Jacobs’ Contract Extension Morton CEO David MacKinnon has confirmed that support from MCT allowed the club to extend Kyle Jacobs’ contract beyond the end of the season. The CEO also commented that MCT’s backing has had a positive impact upon the club’s recruitment policy as a whole; “Following the contract extensions of academy graduates, Lewis Strapp and Reece Lyon, Kyle Jacobs is the first senior player to commit to the club for next season and beyond. We’re working hard behind the scenes to build a squad for the long term, and are hopeful i
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.