ALLAN MOORE had spoken before this match about needing a change of fortune to get him out of the personal and professional doldrums but, as it turned out, the Gods were just getting started on the beleaguered Morton manager.
There was a sense of deja vu as the public address system heralded the sponsors' man of the match as Nacho Novo, such was the regularity with which the irascible striker would claim that honour during his time at Raith Rovers.
MICHAL Habai was there in person as Artmedia Bratislava recorded one of the more infamous results in Celtic's recent history whenGordon Strachan's team crashed to a shock 5-0 first leg Champions League qualifying defeat.
MORTON received mixed news on the signing front last night after the Cappielow club accepted an offer from Rotherham United for Michael Tidser but welcomed Dougie Imrie to the club for pre-season training.
ALLAN MOORE has agreed terms on a new one-year contract as Morton manager after weeks of uncertainty caused by chairman Douglas Rae's comments about moving the club to a part-time basis due to decreasing attendances.
PETER Macdonald's hat-trick saw Morton close the gap at the top of the table to two points from Partick Thistle, with the two clubs meeting in a potential mouth-watering title decider on Wednesday night at Firhill.