In the week when he celebrates his 80th birthday, Sir Cliff Richard became the latest ‘Cappielow Crowdie’ to grace the ‘Ton terraces and his image now takes its place alongside other supporters and players, looking out onto the pitch.

The ‘Cappielow Crowdie’ is a novel way of getting behind the ‘Ton. For £25, you can have your picture styled as a cardboard cut-out sitting on the terracing on a match-day. Buy for yourself or even as a gift for the Morton supporter in your life.

Some supporters are choosing to use the ‘crowdie’ to remember a loved one from the past or a Morton fan from the present, but no longer based in the country and of course, one now pays tribute to the ‘Bachelor Boy’. Then again, there’s no limit to the number of cut-outs you can sponsor.

The choice is yours but do so in the knowledge that every penny goes straight back into the club.

So, support the ‘Ton in a new way and get onto the Greenock Morton website for full details of how you can become involved in the ‘Cappielow Crowdie’.