Last Chance Saloon

Morton defender Davie MacGregor has been given one last chance to prove he can get over his injury troubles - or he will be released.

The versatile defender's contract expired this month but has been given a contract extension until July so that he can have an operation and then show he can recover.

Davie Irons told the Greenock Telegraph's Roger Graham about MacGregor's situation: "David’s been given an extension of his contract to the end of July to allow him to have an operation. He will have to prove his fitness.

“He’s had a bad run of injuries and this is his last chance to show he can recover.”

MacGregor (pictured, above left: in his early days at Cappielow) is Morton's longest serving player having originally signed for the club in 1999. In 10 seasons at Cappielow he has made 202 starts, 15 substitute appearances and scored 5 goals.

Greenock Telegraph - Tight For Ton Says Irons As He Looks Ahead (21.05.2009)

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