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  1. If you get off at Greenock Central (if you're heading down on the train), there is a few places there, a Wetherspoons just as you come out of station pretty much, and if you head along towards the town centre the Old Bank is probably the pick of the bunch.
  2. Aye I would start Shankland, he completely changed the game for us, McDonagh was very direct when he came on, something we lack up the top of the pitch.
  3. He is. He played last week for the reserves.
  4. 1 - Hibernian (C) -------------------------------- 2 - Greenock Morton (P) (Beat Hamilton in final) 3 - Falkirk 4 - Dundee United -------------------------------- 5 - Dunfermline 6 - QOS 7 - St Mirren 8 - Dumbarton ------------------------------- 9 - Raith Rovers (Beat Alloa in play off final) ------------------------------- 10 - Ayr United (R)
  5. Keep: Derek Gaston: Prone to the odd clanger, but a very good keeper for this level. Under contract. Mikey Doyle: Wasn't expecting much when he signed, but he has been fantastic. A leader at the back, and loves the 'ton. Thomas O'Ware: In my opinion, the most consistent defender in the league. Absolutely fantastic for us, and another leader at the back. Under contract. Lee Kilday: Solid at centre half, hasn't featured as much this season, with the signing on Gunning earlier in the season, but when called on has been great. Under contract. Mark Russell: Not his best season by far, but the boy has so much potential. Under contract. Ricki Lamie: Another solid defender for us, would keep him as cover for CB/LB. Andy Murdoch: The white Kante, breaks up play and doesn't give the opposition any time on the ball, a must keep. Michael Tidser: Probably the best midfielder I've saw at Morton, oozes class and wouldn't look out of place in most Premiership teams, IMO. Ross Forbes: 12 goals 19 (?) assists, 'nuff said. Outstanding this season. Under contract Jai Quitongo: A revelation for us this season. Didn't look up to much for the reserves on the wing, Duffy played him through the middle and he's been absolutely brilliant. Pace, power and knows where the goal is. Already had quite a few teams sniffing about. Under contract. Gary Oliver: A breathe of fresh air, when he plays, we play. His link up play and movement is second to none. Another player that teams are sniffing about. Under contract. Punt: Kudus Oyenuga: Bring him back as Chairman in the future. Not good enough to play in this league, IMO. Jamie McDonagh: Was great at the start of the season playing right back, but has lost his way since his red card at St Mirren. Jon Scullion: Loads of potential but yet to prove it in the first team, Conor Pepper: Good player when fit, but really unlucky with injuries. Out of all the loans we have, I'd love to keep Aiden Nesbitt and Jamie Lindsay, both players have been fantastic especially the latter. A huge part of what we're trying to achieve this season. Punt Shankland and Donnelly back to their respective clubs.
  6. Yeah, doesn't make much sense at all. Would be a huge boost to have him back.
  7. Sorry think I gave you a red there. It's a tad strange to have him warming up etc the past few weeks as well, he must be nearly there.
  8. Heard it at Dumbarton on Saturday, apparently there is/was a bounce game this week at Parklea that he should be involved in so he could make the bench if he gets through the match alright.
  9. Gaston; Doyle, Kilday, O'Ware, Lamie; Forbes, Lindsay, Murdoch, Russell; Oliver; Nesbitt. I'm a big fan of Tidser but apparently he was poor on Saturday so wouldn't bring him in. I've heard Jai could be involved in the squad which would be a huge boost for us, as it would be some laugh to see Ambrose and Brian McLean trying to deal with him. 1-0. O'Ware header. (Forbes assist)
  10. Quite nervous about this one, a really tricky game. Doyle coming back for us would be a huge boost, even though Kilday was very good there on Saturday I'd prefer him in the middle with Tam. 2-1. O'Ware (Forbes assist, naturally), Shankland to finally find the net again. Moffat for Dunfermline.
  11. I agree. Doesn't miss a header whatsoever.
  12. Each to their own I suppose. I thought Lindsay especially was great, absolutely everywhere breaking up play.
  13. How fucking good is Jamie Lindsay btw? Him and John McGinn are definitely the best midfielders in the league. Delighted for Kudus, cracking header from the big man.
  14. 12 goals, and 19 assists I'm sure it is. Incredible return.