THE new-look Morton board has been confirmed by the club's incoming owners.

Fans' investment group Morton Club Together have announced there will be six directors at Cappielow.

Their group will be represented by MCT founder Graham McLennan, lawyer Gordon Ritchie, marketing man Graham Barr and Stewart Farmer, an ex-Federation of Small Businesses boss.

Alex Gray, the managing director of club sponsors the Saveheat group, and long-serving accountant Nick Robinson will both remain in the boardroom.

McTear's Auctioneers owner Brian Clements is standing down along with youth development chief Derek Anderson.

Crawford Rae has also resigned as his family firm prepares to hand the club over to MCT.

The takeover was supposed to go through on June 1 but has been delayed as lawyers continue to pore over the paperwork.

A spokesperson for MCT said: "The delay has been extremely frustrating on our end and our lawyers, Shepherd and Wedderburn, will continue pushing to get things done.

"We would like to assure everyone that the delay is not down to any hiccups in the takeover, and this is still fully on track."