Morton Club Together reaches agreement for Greenock Morton to become a community owned club in 2021

Morton Club Together (MCT) have tonight announced to their members that an agreement in principle has been reached with Golden Casket, the current owners of Greenock Morton, to take over majority shareholding of the club with effect from the summer of 2021. The agreement reached with Golden Casket, headed up by current club Chairman Crawford […]

£25,000 Raised During Lockdown

Morton Club Together (MCT) have today announced that member and one-off contributions since the beginning of lockdown in March have reached £25,000. Reaching £25,000 in contributions during this challenging period is a testament to the dedication of Morton fans to their Club and highlights the significant impact MCT and its members are having. This £25,000 […]

Morton Club Together Directors’ Update

As outlined in the Open Letter to Fans published by Greenock Morton this afternoon, an agreement has been reached with players that will see them placed on furlough.  Morton Club Together (MCT) have been in close communication with the Club since the beginning of the current situation and have worked hard alongside them to reach […]

Important Update – Coronavirus and Morton Club Together

Appeal for Additional Contributions to Support Greenock Morton Football Club Given the current situation regarding Coronavirus, and the recent decision to postpone all football until further notice, it goes without saying that our club, Greenock Morton, find themselves in an extremely challenging position. For Morton, and many other clubs in Scotland, there is a serious […]

MCT Funding Contributes to Jacobs’ Contract Extension

Morton CEO David MacKinnon has confirmed that support from MCT allowed the club to extend Kyle Jacobs’ contract beyond the end of the season. The CEO also commented that MCT’s backing has had a positive impact upon the club’s recruitment policy as a whole;   “Following the contract extensions of academy graduates, Lewis Strapp and […]

Morton Club Together Starts Exploration of Community Ownership

The second largest shareholder at Greenock Morton Football Club has announced today that it is formally exploring if community ownership of the club could work and how best this can be achieved. Non-profit company Morton Club Together (MCT) is embarking on the exploration of a community ownership project with “energy, urgency and positivity”. It is […]