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Slimmed down McCall is hungry for another chance at Morton

IAN McCALL, the former Dundee United manager, has registered his interest in taking over at Morton.

McCall is keen to end a three-year spell out of the game since leaving Partick Thistle by taking over at Cappielow for a second time.

The post remains vacant following the resignation of Kenny Shiels last Monday.

"I want back into football and I have got myself into great shape for getting back into football," said McCall, who has lost a lot of weight.

"I have become fitter than I have been in years I would love the opportunity to prove myself again at Morton.

"Things are different under Douglas Rae and I'd welcome the opportunity."

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