Terrace Talk: Fans' view

Published: 30 Apr 2013 11:300 comments

A QUICK summary of our last home game of the season - an absolutely dismal display by a Morton team who provided us with many highs throughout what can only be described as a successful campaign.

DISMAL: Against Accies at Cappielow.

DISMAL: Against Accies at Cappielow.

Did you notice how I turned a negative comment into a positive one?

Well this is what many Morton supporters tell me I often do with my letters and that I am too lenient and don't criticise the team and manager often enough.

I personally say it as I see it and over the course of the season, there certainly have been more positives than negatives as far as the performances go.

On Saturday night at the player of the year awards in the Morton club, I was extremely surprised to be told by the players and manager that I am too critical! Apparently they all read the Telegraph and are not very happy with some of my comments.

I know I harp on about the team formations but at the end of the day that is just my opinion and very rarely do I single out any player for criticism.

At least the players and staff were happy enough to talk to me face to face - and after all life is all about opinions.Even though mine's is always right!

As for the award itself, Craig Reid deservedly won the Morton supporters club player of the year whilst I believe Michael Tidser won all the other supporters' club awards - and again deservedly so- as they have been our best players over the course of the season.



The Accies wanted win

I WASN'T expecting too much from the last home game at Cappielow.

The league is over, so winning or losing 10-0 wouldn't change the position Morton will finish. Still, a few players had the chance to stake a claim to being kept on next season.

And to be honest, nobody looked overly fussed!

The referee on Saturday was also really awful, with some decisions being laughed at by both sets of players.

But Hamilton, still with the chance of third, wanted it more - and won it fair and square.



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