Harding told the Greenock Telegraph's Steven McArthur: "If everything goes to plan, I should be fit by mid to late August. I’m still reporting in to the club, and seeing the physio to prepare for my own pre-season programme — but I’ll be playing catch-up. You don’t want to miss any games, but I’ll have to just grin and bear it."
To read the full article click here: http://www.greenocktelegraph.co.uk/articles/2/25659
We will play Tow Law Town on Wednesday the 9th of July and on the following night - Thursday 10th July - we take on Durham City.
However, fans hungry to test their Morton knowledge will have to wait a while to get their hands on the book -co-authored by Chris Cowlin - as it is not scheduled to be published until the 19th of September 2009. The book will cost £8.99 and can already be pre-ordered on http://www.amazonco.uk/.
The Apex Publishing Ltd website includes a brief description:
800 questions which cover all aspects of the club, from memorable managers and players to transfer fees, opponents and awards, and are sure to conjure up fond reminiscences of the colourful characters and nail-biting matches that have peppered the club’s long history.With a fitting foreword by Douglas Rae, this is as much a treasure trove of interesting facts and figures as it is a quiz book, and is guaranteed to provide hours of entertainment for young and old alike.
Apex are also set to publish Andy Ritchie: The King Of Cappielow - John Riddle's biography of Andy Ritchie.
Season Tickets prices are :
Adult - £260 (Section C & D) , £240 (Section A & B)
Concession - £170 (Section C & D) , £155 (Section A & B)
Parent & Child (Section A & B) £285 (Additional Child - £60)
Adult - £210
Concession - £135
Parent & Child - £255
Child - £65
These prices represent a £10, and in some cases £15, rise on last season's prices. £10 isn't a huge amount I confess but I don't see how the club can justify any price increase after escaping relegation /play-offs on the last day of the season.
However, if you compare our prices with other teams in the league they aren't that bad. Especially when you consider that we have the option to pay less to stand on a terrace - an option other supporters don't have. Rather than Morton charging too much it's more a case of all SFL clubs charging too much for the quality of football on show.
Other teams Adult season ticket prices:
Airdrie United: not available yet
Dundee: £280 [£260 before 31.5.08; £270 before 3o.6.08]
Dunfermline: £299 [Main stand], £259 [South West, North West, Norrie McCathie]
Livingston: £280 [West stand], £220 [West Stand family]
Partick Thistle: £240
Queen of the South: not available yet
Ross County: £195 [East and West Stands], £169 [terrace]
St. Johnstone: £260 [Main stand], £225 [East Stand]