Morton Club Together began in 2019 with the aim of contributing to the first team playing budget. That goal developed into pursuing community ownership and now, as of June 2021, Greenock Morton Football Club is owned by its fans.
Morton Club Together is an entirely volunteer-led organisation, with many dedicated people giving up time, effort and help make community ownership a success.
Joining Morton Club Together is how you too can become part of the community of fans that owns the club.
Greenock Morton is open and inclusive to all. It is a football club run in a sustainable way, at the heart of Inverclyde. The fans, as club owners, are communicated to with honesty and transparency. Morton Club Together exists to ensure the long-term future of the club is secure and the vision to move the club forward is carried out.
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We want to become the benchmark example of community ownership. We will engage with and inspire our members, and the wider Inverclyde community, acting in the best interests of Greenock Morton Football Club.
We exist to secure the long-term future of Greenock Morton Football Club, as majority owners. The club is community owned, but not community run, with Morton Club Together setting the vision to be the benchmark of community ownership.
We’re here to serve our members, grow the membership base and raise the profile of the club across the wider community.
Meet the MCT Team
The team is assembled into our five project teams, Legal, Finance, Marketing and Communications, Operations and Membership Growth.
There are six MCT directors that make up the board and you can see the rest of the team members below, with a brief overview of their industry experience. If you believe you can add to the team then we'd love to hear from you. Get in touch with us!
MCT Founder/Director and one of MCT’s GMFC Board Representatives
A specialist in public, private and social sector business development with a career total to date of £100,000,000+ of community benefit and inward investment.
MCT and GMFC Director/Membership Team
Specialist in managing representative and advocacy services including Federation of Small Businesses.
MCT and GMFC Director/Legal
Born in the Grieve Road area of Greenock and graduated with an Honours degree in Law, began working as a criminal defence solicitor in Paisley and then Greenock. Quickly established as one of the most respected lawyers around the Scottish Courts. Entered semi-retirement in 2009 before finally retiring in 2021. A Morton fan since the early 70s, and the days of Townsend, Osborne, Anderson and Rankin.
MCT Director/Marketing and Communications Team
Chris works for Southampton FC in the English Premier League and founded popular industry website, Sports Marketing Scotland.
Sam joins the board of MCT bringing experience of developing and executing performance programmes. He has a specific interest in strategy execution, performance under pressure, membership and youth development.
Managed in Hospitality Industry and Facilities Management in both Public and Private Sectors.
A lifelong Morton supporter, and, in recent years, programme editor, Niall had a 40-year career in planning and development. He was an Executive Director at Scottish Enterprise, and Regional director for one of the world’s largest business space developers.
A proud graduate of Port Glasgow High School, Paisley and Strathclyde Universities, Sandra has over 30 years experience in both Education and Community Regeneration across both the Public and Third Sectors. Sandra has been a serious Morton supporter since the late ‘80’s and a regular programme contributor for the past 5 seasons.
A Chartered Accountant with over 20 years of international experience. Returned to Scotland in 2019 and now joint partner of local CA firm, Murray & Henderson.
Financial Services professional and a lifelong Morton fan. A keen runner and member of Inverclyde Athletic Club.
3rd generation Morton with 40 years experience volunteering for club and country. Almost 20 year working in sales, as a team leader, in the telecommunications sector. Currently working on major football based project with one on the biggest communications companies in the country.
George made 360 appearances for Morton (the 8th most in the club’s history), and was inducted into the club’s Hall of Fame in 2017.
‘Mr Morton’ has served the club as a player, manager and director. He was Morton’s top scorer for five years in a row between 1961-66.
GMFC Board Rep
Graham served on the MCT board before being appointed as one of the new club board members post-takeover.