Morgyn Neill keen to get to work at Cove Rangers after being left ‘gobsmacked’ by facing Paul Hartley’s side

© DCT Media“I loved my time at Dumbarton but felt it was time for a new challenge. I’d known of Cove’s interest for a wee while and I was keen to get it sorted, as it’s a club on the up. “I spoke to the gaffer and they wanted me on board regardless of whether they were in League One or the Championship. “The first time I was up here we got beat 1-0 with the goal-line decision (for Rory McAllister’s goal). I got booked right in front of the gaffer! “I was gobsmacked by the way they tried to play football. With their facilities and their plans for the future, I was really keen to get it sorted. I was probably giving my agent an earful telling him to get it done. ”
New Cove Rangers signing Morgyn Neill.