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3 hours ago, Yflab said:

Got to disagree. If we were flying in the league then yes, but we need to try and get some goals and build some confidence. We really could do with a good cup run to boost finances especially with January transfer window not far away.

We may need to get players some game time as has already been pointed out but getting some goals and build some confidence is a bit of a stretch from a Betfred match against poor opposition. I think it would count for very little come next Premiership match.

Avoiding injuries to key players has to be priority over next 2 matches.

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U must be one of the children who thinks its a huge game. I genuinely see thisxas a game against lower league opposition. Nothing more, the feeling around it left years ago.
Ffs another forum hardman who thinks the Morton game is massive. Away and jump about in W7 with ur school uniform on ya wee tadger...bet ur right up for TONIGHTYA WEE FANNY
He's very excited...might no be allowed to stay up if it goes to penalties tonight...wee lassie's need their beds!
Someone seems to be fixated with children.

GOW, can you alert div again and get these posts removed.

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4 hours ago, Yflab said:

Not true we played them in the early years of the Premier League then sponsored by Fine Fare. And the standard of football was indeed a fine fare. Much better than today’s game. Andy Ritchie was at his finest back then for Morton. Such was his stature in the game he even won the sports writers award for best fitba player in 1979 as he topped the goal scoring charts that season.

No denying Morton had a decent team back then

Not just Andy Ritchie

Jim Tolmie,Joe McLaughlin, Neil Orr,Bobby Thomson, John McNeill and Jim Holmes were of good standard

I remember there wasn't that big a deal about the Derby game from our point of view from the fans

Games against the Old Firm we got ourselves up for and sang about beating them

That changed later on when we had a poor team and down a division Morton started to get mentioned on our songsheet

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9 minutes ago, windae cleaner said:

No denying Morton had a decent team back then

Not just Andy Ritchie

Jim Tolmie,Joe McLaughlin, Neil Orr,Bobby Thomson, John McNeill and Jim Holmes were of good standard

I remember there wasn't that big a deal about the Derby game from our point of view from the fans

Games against the Old Firm we got ourselves up for and sang about beating them

That changed later on when we had a poor team and down a division Morton started to get mentioned on our songsheet

Played against some of them in Renfrewshire  semi final for Anchor  AFC

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1 minute ago, Sonny said:

Disappointed Connolly isn't starting. We know what McAllister can do but Connolly while looking very good in his short spells has never even started a game.

Please remind me of something positive. Same goes for Morias.

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While a victory is all that matters, I’m hoping for more.

Good performance.
Confidence boosting goals for our misfiring strikers (esp Dennis).
Run out for Flynn.
More game time for new signings.

5-1 victory (Dennis 2, Obika, Cammy & Connolly)

Ok, having seen the team (!?!?) I need to change the goal scorers:

Obika, Junior 2, Dennis, McAllister

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