What kind of football does Greenock Morton play?

What kind of football does Greenock Morton play?

Greenock Morton Football Club is a Scottish professional football club, which plays in the Scottish Championship.

How many goals did Greenock Morton score at Cappielow?

The Glasgow side won by 5 goals to nil (HT: 0–0) in front of 106,000 supporters. During the Second World War ‘guest’ players were common at clubs throughout Great Britain. Morton was particularly fortunate in this respect in that two of English football ‘s greatest ever players turned out at Cappielow.

What is the form graph for Greenock Morton?

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How did Jimmy Gourlay score the winning goal for Greenock Morton?

Jimmy Gourlay scored the winning goal directly from a free kick in the 11th minute. Right after the match Morton boarded a train for Hartlepool to play the local side in a pre-arranged friendly match. The celebrations were delayed until the following Wednesday when 10,000 locals turned out at Cappielow Park to celebrate.

When did Cameron Blues sign for Greenock Morton?

We are pleased to report that midfielder Cameron Blues has today penned a one-year contract extension to commit himself to the club until 10 June 2022.Cameron joined the club on loan from Livingston in September 2019 before making the move…

When did Craig Speirs join Greenock Morton Football Club?

Dr Craig Speirs joined the Club in 1978 and he tells us it’s all the fault of the late Tom Robertson who was his next door neighbour! Craig took up the mantle from Dr Ross Brown and Dr John Campbell, both of Greenock.

When did Allan Moore get sacked from Greenock Morton?

Allan Moore was sacked after a 5–1 defeat at home to Livingston on 23 November 2013. His replacement Kenny Shiels was given a contract until the end of season 2014–2015, but failed to reverse the slide towards relegation from the Scottish Championship, which became a reality on 12 April 2014 after a 2–0 away defeat by Alloa Athletic.