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156 Years and counting Empty 56 Years and counting on Mon Oct 21, 2019 2:39 am

SPIKE


With Man Utd holding Liverpool to a draw yesterday, Morton's record of 25 consecutive league wins survives for another year.

(I know that Celtic equalled it in 2004.)

Does anyone know our record of consecutive losses?

256 Years and counting Empty Re: 56 Years and counting on Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:28 am

Quick Draw

Quick Draw
SPIKE wrote:With Man Utd holding Liverpool to a draw yesterday, Morton's record of 25 consecutive league wins survives for another year.

(I know that Celtic equalled it in 2004.)

Does anyone know our record of consecutive losses?

Our longest losing streak is ten games, starting with a 4-1 defeat away to Ayr in the Scottish Cup in March '38.

356 Years and counting Empty Re: 56 Years and counting on Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:49 pm

weemanTon

weemanTon
Quick Draw wrote:
SPIKE wrote:With Man Utd holding Liverpool to a draw yesterday, Morton's record of 25 consecutive league wins survives for another year.

(I know that Celtic equalled it in 2004.)

Does anyone know our record of consecutive losses?

Our longest losing streak is ten games, starting with a 4-1 defeat away to Ayr in the Scottish Cup in March '38.
Were you punted over the turnstile at Ayr QD? bounce

456 Years and counting Empty Re: 56 Years and counting on Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:46 pm

Quick Draw

Quick Draw
weemanTon wrote:
Quick Draw wrote:
SPIKE wrote:With Man Utd holding Liverpool to a draw yesterday, Morton's record of 25 consecutive league wins survives for another year.

(I know that Celtic equalled it in 2004.)

Does anyone know our record of consecutive losses?

Our longest losing streak is ten games, starting with a 4-1 defeat away to Ayr in the Scottish Cup in March '38.
Were you punted over the turnstile at Ayr QD? bounce

I know all about the Battle of Hastings weeman but I wasn't there either.

556 Years and counting Empty Re: 56 Years and counting on Wed Oct 23, 2019 8:19 pm

Tomton

Tomton
Quick Draw wrote:
weemanTon wrote:
Quick Draw wrote:
SPIKE wrote:With Man Utd holding Liverpool to a draw yesterday, Morton's record of 25 consecutive league wins survives for another year.

(I know that Celtic equalled it in 2004.)

Does anyone know our record of consecutive losses?

Our longest losing streak is ten games, starting with a 4-1 defeat away to Ayr in the Scottish Cup in March '38.
Were you punted over the turnstile at Ayr QD? bounce

I know all about the Battle of Hastings weeman but I wasn't there either.
Are you a historian?

656 Years and counting Empty Re: 56 Years and counting on Wed Oct 23, 2019 9:18 pm

Johnny Bravo

Johnny Bravo
Tomton wrote:
Quick Draw wrote:
weemanTon wrote:
Quick Draw wrote:
SPIKE wrote:With Man Utd holding Liverpool to a draw yesterday, Morton's record of 25 consecutive league wins survives for another year.

(I know that Celtic equalled it in 2004.)

Does anyone know our record of consecutive losses?

Our longest losing streak is ten games, starting with a 4-1 defeat away to Ayr in the Scottish Cup in March '38.
Were you punted over the turnstile at Ayr QD? bounce

I know all about the Battle of Hastings weeman but I wasn't there either.
Are you a historian?

More like a comedian.

756 Years and counting Empty Re: 56 Years and counting on Wed Oct 23, 2019 9:20 pm

bratsimpson

bratsimpson
Johnny Bravo wrote:
Tomton wrote:
Quick Draw wrote:
weemanTon wrote:
Quick Draw wrote:
SPIKE wrote:With Man Utd holding Liverpool to a draw yesterday, Morton's record of 25 consecutive league wins survives for another year.

(I know that Celtic equalled it in 2004.)

Does anyone know our record of consecutive losses?

Our longest losing streak is ten games, starting with a 4-1 defeat away to Ayr in the Scottish Cup in March '38.
Were you punted over the turnstile at Ayr QD? bounce

I know all about the Battle of Hastings weeman but I wasn't there either.
Are you a historian?

More like a comedian.
hahaha

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