Lack Of Updates

Apologies for the lack of updates over the last week or so. I am having trouble removing a (non-porn related before anyone thinks it) virus from my PC - this causes my PC to go slower than Brian Wake chasing a through ball. I'm awaiting the delivery of an anti-virus disc from my brother in Inverness but this seems to be taking longer than expected.

Knowing Royal Mail at the moment I suspect the disc might be lying in a bag somewhere, maybe among this lot:


I will try to get on and update as often as I can. Here are a couple of updates from the last few days in the mean time.


1) We suffered a crushing blow to our survival hopes when Clyde won their game in hand on Tuesday night. A Clyde side inspired by Jorg Albertz - who scored a trade mark long range rocket shot - won 2-1 away to St. Johnstone. The Perth side also missed two penalties.


2) On Wednesday the Scottish Sun linked us with a move for Chris Innes. The defender had just been released by Gretna's administrators and was rumoured to be considering a 3 year deal at £1000 per-week with Morton.

Later in the day Clyde 1 was said to have reported that Innes had signed on at Cappielow but this later turned out to be false. Since then I haven't heard any further news on Innes' position.

3) On the same day the Daily Record reported that Barry Smith would have to retire at the end of the season and on retiring would take up a player(?)-coaching role at Valur - the club in Iceland he is on loan to us from.

They corrected their error the next day stating that he will not be retiring at the end of the season but will be continuing as a player-coach.

4) On Thursday the Greenock Telegraph informed us of the sad news that Davie Irons' father had passed away.

However Irons has made it clear he will still be in the dug out down at Palmerston tomorrow: “I don’t want to affect the players and will probably keep away from the dressing room before kick-off, but will take my usual place in the dugout.”


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