Just watched the game back there and the interviews afterwards. He's not the best player, and he did superbly to get us the winning goal today but it's so good hearing how positive Kudus is. Seemed a happy guy and chuffed with a birthday goal.
I ****ing love Mikey Doyle. Said a few weeks ago he was 'becoming' my favourite Morton player but he's well and truly cemented his place in the favourite category. Works his arse off for the team every single week.
Do managers really take that type of approach though? It's like Robbie Neilson joining a relegation battle at MK Dons or Jack Ross joining a winless St Mirren - both left clubs in a very good position where they could have built on their reputation. Even when there's a real risk that it could go wrong very quickly, managers nearly always make the move to the bigger club.
Both had more than 2/3 months to turn it around and had a transfer window though. Duffy would be stuck with that squad at Motherwell.
We could move that midweek game to the day the scum game should've been, because Dunfermline were due to play Dundee Utd that day, but we'll probably not, even though it would probably get us a bigger crowd.
This has now been confirmed. Good move by the club IMO. If we avoid defeat against Queens in a couple of weeks then avoid defeat against the Pars we'll have gone a year unbeaten.
If there's anyone associated with that club I do like it's Miller. The guy's been a brilliant professional and great servant to the national team, who received a hell of a lot of unwarranted stick in his time playing for Scotland. That he's still performing to such a high level at his age, and with the amount of chancers and wasters around him is a credit to the guy.
Just because the club he plays for is odious, that shouldn't deflect from Miller's qualities.
100% agree. One of the good guys in Scottish football.