Coakley: Morton Was More Like A Youth Club

Former Morton player Adam Coakley provided a damning insight into Jim McInally's tenure as Morton manager in the Scottish Sun's Supergoals pull-out on Monday.

When asked: 'X-Files. What is your strangest experience?' the striker - currently playing with Queen's Park - said:

"Joining Morton. I was so used to being professional and disciplined at Well but everyone was mental at Cappielow. It was more like a youth club with a table tennis table and a pool table. They even used to play cricket instead of training."
Coakley's answer seems to confirm rumours that training was a bit of a joke under McInally. Ironically, Coakley (pictured, above left) was so bad he still couldn't get a game at such an unprofessional club as he only made four substitute appearances in six months at Cappielow.

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