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31 minutes ago, RC55 FFC said:

Do Morton actually communicate with their fans via social media? Quick look on their twitter and it’s almost all “in” match updates with little else.

We don’t do everything correctly however the media side is at least on point.

The media officer’s been off sick since January and since then the output’s been extremely poor.

He is really good at his job- probably the only competent employee at the club, but before his appointment, the only form of communication was the odd tweet here and there, unless it was something really important, when we’d get a statement on the website. We only got Facebook and Instagram pages when he came in.

I suspect the club would prefer to go back to that approach. Save a wage and the less the plebs know the better, as long as we’re paying our money.

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The media officer’s been off sick since January and since then the output’s been extremely poor.
He is really good at his job- probably the only competent employee at the club, but before his appointment, the only form of communication was the odd tweet here and there, unless it was something really important, when we’d get a statement on the website. We only got Facebook and Instagram pages when he came in.
I suspect the club would prefer to go back to that approach. Save a wage and the less the plebs know the better, as long as we’re paying our money.


Sorry to hear that, hopefully on the mend soon. Poor show on the club though.

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Do Morton actually communicate with their fans via social media? Quick look on their twitter and it’s almost all “in” match updates with little else.

We don’t do everything correctly however the media side is at least on point.

The media officer is off at the moment. His work is excellent and it really sticks out how good he is when he isn’t there as he is definitely missed.

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