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Either way, the challenging questions in this quiz book are guaranteed to provide hours of fun. However one thing did leap out at me and that was the news that he will be coaching the unders team next season. I've always said that I don't agree with players under 30 Jamie Stevenson, Chris Millar, Jason Walker, Peter Weatherson coaching our youth teams as they are still young boys who haven't had much of a career themselves and are likely to want to move on.
In this case I think it's a wee bit different. McManus is 34 later this year, has a wealth of experience to pass on and is looking to move into coaching when he retires, possibly at the end of his contract with the club when he'll be As long as McManus takes it seriously, which I think he will, I think his appointment to the Under 19s is a positive move. I'm sad to report that after the tip off about Jamie Stevenson's comments on Scott McLaughlin's Bebo I've become a bit of a 'Bebo stalker' - as I'm reliably informed it's called - and checked some footballers Bebos for comments on who they might be signing for.
Gary Arbuckle has left a couple of comments on a friends site stating that he has "had something set up for a few weeks now so all shall b revealed in time" and that it isn't Airdrie.
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If he wins he gets to keep the Lonsdale belt and could be set for a European title fight. The article begins: 'Morton fan John Simpson is desperate to make history by selling out Cappielow in Greenock's first ever world title fight. I'm not sure Simpson actually is a Morton fan he's a Celtic fan from what I've heard but he is quoted as saying: "I'd love to have a big fight in Greenock.
That's always been my ambition and there are a couple of possible venues - including Cappielow.
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There is definitely a market, judging by the way the locals got behind the club two or three years ago to prevent Morton going out of business. I am sure I can rely on similar backing if we can make a fight at Cappielow happen and I don't see why not. Did You Know I'm currently reading Cooke's autobiography The Bonnie Prince in which he talks at length about growing up in Greenock, attending Greenock High School and supporting Morton. It's obvious he's very proud of where he comes from and the team he supported as a boy as he constantly refers back to the town and team throughout the book.
By the time I started attending matches, when I was six or so, the club had already touched greatness - the Scottish Cup victory was still very clear in the memories of the older supporters - but it very much retained it's local feel and played many local men. Those same older supporters who would regale us with the glory of the cup win would also tell us about a time, not so long before, when a local butcher incentivised the players by offering a leg of lamb to any goal-scorer and when the pitch was also used to graze a flock of lambs during the week.
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I can dimly remember the first time I went to a match, walking down Gibshill Road in my mackintosh and sou'wester 'Rain, rain go to Spain', remember , turning down Weir Street to Sinclair Street and on down under the railway bridge to the main gate. Later when we had moved across town to Thom Street, Dad and I would walk down to the West Station to catch one of the special Cappielow buses.
Cooke never played for Morton but did play against us in our only tie in European competition. He scored one in Chelsea's win at Stamford Bridge but missed the second leg at Cappielow. Charlie Cooke was born in St. Monance, Fife. His mother was from the tiny fishing village and his father was from Greenock. He lived there until he was three years old and his family moved back to Greenock where he was raised and lived until he moved to Aberdeen as a 17 year old.
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