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    Day to forget 

    Wednesday, August 14, 2019 4:54:47 PM

    Saturday's defeat at Cappielow was a sore one to take, given how well we had played against Partick Thistle the previous week and being disappointed with a point. The manager put it down to a bad day at the office for the players whom he reminds everyone just how well they have done in his short time at the club.

    For Scott Taggart making his 150th first team appearance for the club it might not be a game he will want to look back on against one of his previous clubs.

    Scott Taggart makes 150th appearance for club
    Bob McHugh put Greenock Morton ahead after only five minutes as "The Wasps" started slowly and looking very passive. The injury to Kevin Cawley even although he took his goal well, not that he could remember much about it was another blow just as we were looking to start to play a bit.
    Kevin goes down after hitting the ground with thump
    Although Kevin has just equalised he didn't know much about it
    We got back into the game and that allowed us to make some passes and created a couple of chances which would have made a difference before half-time.
    Kevin O'Hara is denied by keepers leg
    Indeed Greenock Morton's second goal camd again the run of play in a breakaway after we lost possession and the home side were clinical in their finish. In fairness that changed the game and the third goal along with Andy Graham's red card killed any hope of a comeback. Anybody who has now had opportunity to see why Andy Graham was complaining about the third goal standing cannot fail to see the foul by Bob McHugh on Robbie Deas.
    Football always gives teams a chance to bounce back and we have that opportunity against Arbroath on Saturday 24th August when we meet at the Indodrill stadium in a SPFL Championship fixture, we must make sure we take it.
    Peter Grant at Cappielow

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