Morton have said there won’t be any access to Cappielow for the public at this moment in time.

The announcement comes days after the SPFL suspended all football in Scotland until further notice. It’s all because of a global health pandemic causing chaos worldwide.

Covid-19 ss causing a fair bit of trouble. (Photo by Peter Summers/Getty Images)

Teams like Morton face an anxious wait to see how the league season moves forward. The Ton were due to play Dundee United at the weekend but now the Championship is on hold, with David Hopkin’s side occupying seventh.

Nobody really knows how this season will end or if we’ll get the chance to finish it at all. Uncertainty looms for clubs as the wait goes on, with revenue from ticket sales coming to a halt as a result of no games.


Morton have responded to the recent suspension. In a club statement, they’ve said that access to the club will be restricted, impacting various strands of the club.

No public access. (Photo by Colin McPherson/Corbis via Getty Images)

“Following discussions with relevant parties, and the latest information given by the SFA/SPFL Joint Response Group, Cappielow will have no general public access from tomorrow, Monday the 16th of March, until further notice,” it reads.

“It is expected that a decision will be made in the coming weeks if and/or when games will reconvene this season. Once that decision is made we will review access protocols.

“This decision will influence Morton in the Community welfare programmes, ticketing, catering, charity signings, planned works, and the ability for Lottery agents to register tickets. All participant agencies and individuals will be contacted directly.

“We hope that we can return to normal access shortly, and will update on this fast moving situation once we have further clarity and guidance.”

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