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  1. These guys are all amateur commentators doing it as they love football and love the clubs they support. They and the livestreams have been a godsend during the pandemic and it’s great we still have them as many of us otherwise would not see away games. When you get ex pros involved, that adds to it. It’s a great feeling waking up the morning after a 6-1 win and looking at the league table!
    3 points
  2. We must not get too cocky because COVID could cause havoc with fixtures.
    2 points
  3. He and the other guy were really good on the TV commentary today. Not easy when your team is being thrashed.
    2 points
  4. It's that lucky pink strip again. The most distinctive one in the division. Because we're different. Class.
    1 point
  5. Any chance of you staying away for the rest of the season?
    1 point
  6. When we were coming out of ground we met Andy Richie who now does Morton tv. He told us thats the best performance from an away team there in years. Superb was word used. Seems a nice guy for those that remember him as a player
    1 point
  7. Bouncing! Top Caleyaway!!! Well deserved. Just a brilliant performance. Lets make sure we carry this on at home next week.
    1 point
  8. Booooooom 1-6 !!!!!!! Lewis Jamieson !!!!
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  9. Full credit to Billy Dodds for coming out in midweek and getting Morton telt
    1 point
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