Gardyne's Offski In Player Exodus

According to a story on the back page of today's Greenock Telegraph Michael Gardyne has been given permission to talk to Ross County - where he spent last season on loan from Celtic. In the article it says that the winger has been given the chance to leave because Jim McInally couldn't guarantee him a game.

The article also revealed that: Adam Coakley has left the club; we recouped the transfer fee we paid to Peterhead for Bobby Linn (around £15,000 if I remember right) in his recent move to East Fife and that Alan Gildbride has extended his loan with Stenhousemuir.

Another story states that Morton have rejected two derisory bids for Chris Millar from St. Johnstone. The bids - firstly £2500, then £5000 - were totally unacceptable according to Jim McInally. The club haven't heard anything from St. Johnstone since.

One player who isn't leaving is Jay Shields who has extended his 6 month deal until the end of the season.

1 comment:

Ross said...

What is the point in macinaly signing players and then not bother using them. I was unhappy that bobby linn went away because he was a decent player and would have got us goals if macinaly had played him i would rather see templeman leaving because he has done nothing this season