Contrary to the recent remarks of Douglas Rae, the Morton chairman, Kenny Shiels seems pretty positive and bullish to me.
MY WITTERINGS of last week seem to have struck a chord.
Easter in the Morgan household as a child was an imprecise affair.
IN the same week as Glasgow 2014 celebrated 100 days to go to the start of Commonwealth Games, it was announced that London would not bid for the 2022 edition and had never any intention of doing so despite rumours to the contrary.
WHEN Frank Hadden entered the room to be interviewed for the post of Scotland head coach in 2003, he was the only non-antipodean under consideration and he knew it.
It's that time of the season: the country's professional players and then our football writers are about to pronounce on who they think should comprise the best side in Scotland for 2013-14.
Ahead of the game as usual, I've selected my Scottish Team of the Season for 2013-14, even though there are officially still five weeks to go.
Well, that's it for another year.
It was the best of times by an Englishman, yet the worst of times - little more than a straw of consolation for a man on whom so much expectation lay.
If the last few years have proved anything in Scottish football, it is surely that one club's misery is another's opportunity.
This is where we find out if Liverpool are for real.
IT was a case of what might have been for Rangers yesterday.
In beating Rangers 3-1 at Ibrox this afternoon, Jackie McNamara and Dundee United didn't just book yet another Scottish Cup final appearance for themselves in calculating style.
H AD health issues.
How quickly things change in the world of sport.