Clach legend Gordon Morrison celebrates testimonial season

34-year-old footballer Gordon Morrison is well-respected among the Clachnacuddin faithful and the captain celebrates his testimonial season this year. Which is a tremendous achievement for the player who has been at the club since 2008. He saw the shock of the Inverness team plunging into administration and played a key role in ending the 10 year wait for a trophy last season by beating Buckie Thistle in a dramatic penalty shoot out to be crowned league cup champions.

Gordon kindly spoke to the Scottish Fitba Base and answered some of our questions.” My highlight has to be winning the league in 2003/2004 and the cup in 2014. It’s an honour to have a testimonial with such a great club. The best player I have played against is a tricky one. Iain Stewart from Caley thistle and David daisy Ross.” “ I aim this season is to finish top 6 and keep our trophy!”

In his Highland League dream team he would put Keeper Joe Malin, Neil Maclean locos, Sam Mackay of Wick and Cammy Keith. He is a true professional and will always stay as a Clachnacuddin legend. Morrison works as a station manager for the Scottish fire and rescue service.

I also spoke to Clach supporter Mark Simpson who said: “Gordon is a very good professional who plays the game for all the right reasons and isn’t the type to chase the money. Gordon loves the game”.

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