Grady Wins Appeal

Morton manager James Grady has had a two game touchline ban rescinded after he successfully appealed against the SFA's decision.

Last December, Grady was sent to the stand (pictured) along with Craig Brewster after they clashed at the side of the pitch during Ross County's 3-1 win. However, the incident actually involved Grady being choked and man handled by Brewster. And it would appear that the referee's report confirmed this version of events as Grady's ban was quashed by the SFA disciplinary committee.

There doesn't appear to be any lingering resentment over the incident, though. "So, on to today's game. We welcome Derek Adams and his coaching staff including Big Brew!" Grady joked in his programme notes for the Ross County match on Tuesday.

Scotsman - Morton Boss James Grady Ban Quashed By SFA (15.04.2010)

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