Three Sign Extensions

Three Sign Extensions

We are happy to confirm the re-signings of Lee Kilday on a two year deal, Ricki Lamie on a one year deal and Jon Scullion on a six month deal.

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Scottish League Cup Format and TV Deal

Scottish League Cup Format and TV Deal

The SPFL has announced an exciting new format for the Scottish League Cup, including competitive group football in July, a ground-breaking bonus point system, a new broadcast partner bringing more live TV games and increased revenues for clubs, and the re-introduction of a winter break. Taking effect from summer 2016, the new format will see…

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Alex Samuel Speaks To Graham Barr

Alex Samuel Speaks To Graham Barr

Alex Samuel arrived at Morton in an exciting transfer deadline day deal from English Premiership side Swansea City in September. When he arrived, many Morton fans will have had little or no knowledge of the 20 year-old Welshman but were excited by the reports they read of him. Samuel began his career at Aberystwyth Town…

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Ricki Lamie Speaks to Graham Barr

Ricki Lamie Speaks to Graham Barr

Perhaps one of Morton’s most improved players over the last year and a half in the eyes of the fans is 22 year old defender Ricki Lamie. Ricki joined the club at the beginning of last season and played a vital role in helping to win the League One title at the first time of…

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Denny Johnstone speaks to Graham Barr

Denny Johnstone speaks to Graham Barr

Many Morton fans had probably heard very little about Denny Johnstone when he arrived at the club at the beginning of the season but the 20 year-old striker has made a positive impact so far. With the loss of last season’s top scorer Declan McManus an undoubted blow to the Ton, the arrival of Johnstone…

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Thomas O’Ware Speaks to Graham Barr

Thomas O’Ware Speaks to Graham Barr

Thomas O’Ware is currently the longest serving player in the Morton first team having joined the club in 2011 as a youth player from Bonnyton Thistle. O’Ware made his debut for the club in November 2011 in a 5-1 Scottish Cup victory over Highland League side Deveronvale. He went on to make 14 appearances in…

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Peter MacDonald speaks to Graham Barr

Peter MacDonald speaks to Graham Barr

Peter MacDonald is currently in his second spell at Morton after re-joining the club in January, mid-way through the League One title winning season. MacDonald began playing first team football with St Johnstone in 2001 and he spent ten years with the club. During that time he mad over 200 appearances for the Saints.Despite a…

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Conor Pepper Speaks to Graham Barr

Conor Pepper Speaks to Graham Barr

Conor Pepper joined Morton at the beginning of last season after being released by Inverness in May. The 21 year old began his career in Ireland where he played for St Patrick’s, mostly playing for the under-19 team but also making one first team appearance. In 2012, he moved to Scotland and signed for Inverness…

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Mark Russell speaks to Graham Barr

Mark Russell speaks to Graham Barr

The last time Morton and St Mirren played in a league fixture, Mark Russell was just about to turn four and hadn’t even started primary school. Today, he will hopefully line up in the eagerly anticipated first Renfrewshire derby of the Championship season. Morton last beat their Renfrewshire rivals in a competitive match in 1999…

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Derek Gaston speaks to Graham Barr

Derek Gaston speaks to Graham Barr

For the first home league game of the season, it seemed only fair that last season’s hero would be the player to be interviewed. It is unlikely that Morton would have won the League One title without the continued heroics of goalkeeper Derek Gaston. The 28 year old won all of the supporters’ player of…

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