Morton supervisor Dougie Imrie is amongst 14 gamers and employees to be charged in reference to alleged historic playing offences. He has been issued with a discover of criticism by the Scottish Soccer Affiliation regarding the alleged incidents which are mentioned to have taken place between 2011 and 2019.
Imrie was a Hamilton participant on the time of the alleged offences
In a Morton assertion, the Scottish Championship membership say they’ll absolutely co-operate with the investigation.”Greenock Morton can right now affirm that it has obtained a Discover of Criticism from the Scottish FA Compliance Officer regarding alleged historic breaches of it is playing guidelines by our First Workforce Supervisor, Dougie Imrie.”The Discover pertains to incidents between 2011 and 2019 whereas Dougie was a participant.”The membership and Dougie have cooperated absolutely with the SFA all through the investigation and can proceed to take action. Dougie shall be offering written submissions in response to the Discover within the coming days.
“Dougie could have the complete backing and assist of the Greenock Morton Board throughout this course of.”As soon as written submissions have been supplied to the SFA, we’ll present an additional replace to supporters.”
Morton say they’ll assist the investigation
A listening to date has been set for February 18.The opposite 13 gamers and employees who’ve been charged are: Thomas McHale, Shane Sutherland, Robert Scott, Rabin Omar, Matthew Cooper, James McGowan, Gordon Younger, Gavin Swankie, Darryl McHardy, Conor O’Keefe, Bryan Gilfillan, Ashley Ballam and Aiden Sopel.