Greenock Morton 2 Stirling Albion 0

 Posted by on April 5, 2011 at 10:36 pm  Match Reports, SFL Div 1  Comments Off on Greenock Morton 2 Stirling Albion 0
Apr 052011
 
Greenock Morton 2 Stirling Albion 0

With relegation only now a matter of time the Beanos and a small band of travelling fans headed to darkest Greenock tonight for a rearranged fixture against Allan Moore’s Morton side. Nothing much at stake for either team and in front of Morton’s lowest crowd of the season it wasn’t ever likely to be a classic. As usual for Stirling there were changes from the previous match against Ross County. Some players were dropped while others missed out through injury. In general though it was the same old faces on display that have steered Stirling Albion to the longest winless streak in their history. Team lines from the Cappielow: Greenock Morton: 1. Colin Stewart, 2. Grant Evans, 3. Marc Smyth, 4. Stuart McCaffrey, 5. Carlo Monti, 6. Graeme Holmes, 7. Fouad Bachirou, 8. Michael Tidser, 9. Derek Lyle, 10. Peter Weatherson, 11. David O’Brien – Subs: Brian Graham (on for [… more]

Greenock Morton 0 Stirling Albion 0

 Posted by on August 7, 2010 at 10:57 pm  Match Reports, SFL Div 1  2 Responses »
Aug 072010
 
Greenock Morton 0 Stirling Albion 0

Following the disappointment of defeat to Forfar in the CIS League Cup it was onto the serious stuff of SFL1 football this afternoon as the Beanos opened the campaign at Cappielow against Morton. With Allan Moore now in charge of the Greenock side it was always a raging certainty that we would meet on opening day and so it proved. Games against the likes of Morton and Partick could be just as important to Stirling’s chances of avoiding the drop as those against Cowdenbeath. Just because the Fife side are the only other part-time side it doesn’t mean we should lose focus on the fact that some of the full-time outfits are just as beatable on any given day. With that in mind today’s match was the kind of encounter John O’Neill would have been looking to get something from. However, with the Forthbank side still struggling for striking options [… more]