Midfielder Michael Tidser made a landmark 200th appearance for the club over the course of two spells at Cappielow in yesterday’s 1-0 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Since signing as a teenager and making his debut away at Raith Rovers on 23 January 2010, the 27-year-old father of two has made 174 starts and 26 substitute outings in six-and-a-half seasons.
And manager Jim Duffy took time to congratulate the playmaker after reaching the milestone, telling gmfc.net: “It’s a magnificent achievement for Michael to reach 200 games. He’s an oustanding player.
“He had been out injured for a few weeks recently and found that he just had to bide his time to come back in, but he came back in today and showed the qualities that he has.
“I thought Michael and Gary Harkins really worked hard to get on the ball and create – and hopefully there are plenty of games left in the tank for Michael.”
Image (main): David Bell
Image (inset): Gary Bradley