Morton’s 1921–22 Scottish Cup-winning side occupies a unique place in the history of one of Scotland’s oldest football clubs. Their victory over Rangers in the final at Hampden in April 1922 was Morton’s first and to date only major trophy win and this book vividly and evocatively celebrates the centenary of that magnificent achievement.
With comprehensive biographies of the players and management who brought the cup to Greenock and every step on the road to Hampden retraced, A Triumph of Poise and Aiming, written by Graeme Ross, is a fitting tribute to Morton’s greatest ever side.
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To give back to the community the club are delighted to spread the income of the book with both Ardgowan Hospice and Prostate Cancer UK.