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  1. I see St Mirren are looking at Stevie May. I reckon we would be a great club for him to rejuvenate himself with. Always liked him and while it's not worked out at Aberdeen, he was essentially doing the Curtis Main role for them last season. If Robinson wants a similar setup and could somehow get May to find his confidence and shooting boots, he could be a great addition.
  2. There were 4 subs at half time and another 6 after an hour. Gillespie was the only one to get the full 90. Thought Donnelly did a decent enough job in front of the defence. Polworth looked off the pace in the first half, caught on the back foot quite a bit and easily beaten by Jordan Stewart in the first 15. Big Gallagher looks like he'll be an astute signing, read what little offence Linfield gave very well. Hylton had a few runs down the left in first half that showed he may have a bit of flair about him. Scott was trying too hard at times, a couple of ballooned efforts from distance were as close as he came. Him and the home 22 had a few miles at each other as well. Other than that, was a fairly bland game. Having watched Linfield a good bit over last few seasons, I was surprised how quickly the dropped out of the game. Defended well up until Long's goal but didn't show much else going forward after it.
  3. Not sure if he was ever linked with the Well, but have it on good authority Gormley was to be a £30,000 signing for St Johnstone at start of the summer. Had all been agreed with Tommy Wright, until the insurance bill at McDiarmid Park for their injuries last season came in and wiped out the funds for the move. Smashing striker as well, would have grabbed a fair few in the Scottish Premiership.
  4. 4000 folk all trying to connect to the Internet at the same time under a tin roof means you'll always get rubbish signal. Exactly same at concerts and any large gatherings. Whatever happened to that handsome lad off MFCTV anyway?
  5. Ramsden, Vigurs and Carswell all looking for new clubs according to PFA Scotland. http://www.clyde1.com/sport/news/motherwell-trio-moving-on/#.VVRe5J94bco.twitter
  6. Anyone with an Android device can get the game on Mobdro. Google it on device and install it, gets all Sky Sports channels and BT Sport too.
  7. Alright chaps, here's a blog piece I helped the guys at The Terrace with about the best goals of the season: http://terracepodcast.net/top-five/2014/5/21/top-five-motherwell-goals-201314 Also, I put together a bit for their "Hot Goal Time Machine" series, with the best Well goal of each of the SPL season's plus this year: http://terracepodcast.net/scottish-premiership/2014/4/30/hot-goal-time-machine-motherwell Goals galore there. KJ
  8. take it no one has checked their emails since 1645....
  9. Outbid in the final five seconds!
  10. Doesn't seem to have been many bids so far...everyone hanging on to be a last minute bid stealer?
  11. Have gone a bit Twitter daft with this already today, but here's some Higgy Stats: This Season: 24 goals across 17 of 34 SPL games this season. Motherwell have not lost any games this term when the big man has scored. Last Season: 14 strikes in 35 SPL games, where MFC lost only one match that he found the net in, 2-1 defeat to Celtic. Total SPL goals: 38 from 69 games, including a hat trick of hat tricks over two seasons. Add to those tallies, his 3 Cup goals in both Scottish and Diddy and he's netted 41 times in total since joining for nothing from St Mirren. Considering we are second and pretty much guaranteed Europe again, he has to be in with a shout of SPL Player of the Year with a record like that, and the one he has just broken. On a slightly smaller scale, Henrik Ojamaa has only lost once in games he has scored in for us in the SPL.
  12. We were a goal down to Hibs at half time before Higgy's hat trick last season...
  13. Fantastic performance and result last night right through the team, but McFadden was just phenomenal. The speed of his feet to get the ball past Stevenson, Done and pretty much everyone was the mark of someone special. Blew my voice out on comms when he scored, as well as the hairs on back of neck standing up. It was like I was 16 again. Regardless of your opinion of him, Higgy is officially a Well legend now. 20 SPL goals and counting this term, scored the goal(s) that ensured Champions League fitba last season and the way he dealt with McPake last night was immense. Would like to see how much is made of McPake's "Randolph" incident. Maybe the goals will put that to the back of folks minds, where Randolph's kick at the Hearts player was the games only talking point, but Higgy was right to be aggrieved then shove it in McPake's face. His header was trademark and his link up play just gets better and better. Higginbotham's goal. I'll leave it at that. Hateley and Carswell in the middle were solid and you'd have thought that was the regular partnership. Hope Law and Las can shake off the knocks, but if the other two can keep that kind of performance up, I'd like to see how it materialises. Big Hutch had Griffiths in his pocket the whole night and the service to him was cut off brilliantly. Fantastic effort. #COYW

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