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    My love for Turnbull knows no bounds. Even if he does sign for them the rage he is causing is hilarious.
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    We all know Turnbull was going to be sold at some point. We all know he is destined for bigger things. We all knew the money was going to break records. However it is utterly galling to lose him to one of the arse cheeks. Especially after losing Hastie to the other arse cheek. Their superiority complex and constant lording over us is just going to get worse and watching him in the green and grey hoops will make me sick. Hopefully with the club releasing this statement it’s a rallying call to some English clubs to up their game and bid the right money. If they do he will go south with all of our best wishes.
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    Former Motherwell Fc Players Thread

    No shock re Hastie was always going to happen. Kipre I am surprised at. He was an ever present for Wigan until the end of the season. Plus there fans where fond of him. In terms of level it’s a step back obviously in leagues but in size of club it certainly isn’t. Sunderland will have to spend a bit of cash to get him, some of which would come our way.
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    That’s a move for him I could get behind. No to Celtic & Barnsley but Bournemouth definitely. Have a cracking manager and are not scared to play British youngsters. I don’t want him to leave and hope we could get another season, purely selfish as I would watch him play keepy uppy in a phonebox and still enjoy it, however when he does I would hope it’s a good move to help him progress.
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    The Well Society

    I was actually just thinking about this recently as I have had nothing from the Society for long long time. Been a member for a good few years aswell. Couldn’t tell you how much I have contributed.
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    2019-20 Rebuild

    I’m with Andy P on this. I like Main and think since Jan he’s put in a right good shift without scoring the goals you would expect. As a loan striker in the formation we played he was crucial to our good performances in the work rate, hold up and link play. However he can be a proper handful and I’m not overly excited in him coming to Fir Park in the red of the Dons. I’m not normally one of these guys but I think this is a stick on for a goal against us.
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    2019-20 Rebuild

    If we could afford him that would be a tremendous signing but I fully expect him to rock up to one of the Edinburgh duo or Aberdeen. He’s a class act.
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    2019-20 Rebuild

    Agreed. Drives me fucking mental. Players act like when they retire their life is over. That whole line is an utter lot of shite. There’s that many jobs in football also that go to ex players. It’s just an excuse to justify the wages.
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    2019-20 Rebuild

    Hopefully this puts all the Hastie chat to bed. It’s getting tedious. As much as I rate the lad it’s clear he really doesn’t want to be here and we are essentially his last option. From what I’ve heard it was signed fully this week with Rangers. Deal is done and dusted. Fair play, he will be on loan down south next season. No sour grapes but I wouldn’t have him anywhere near the starting 11 now.
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    The Small-Medium Rebuild 2018'19

    Millwall, Blackburn and Wigan are interested in signing Gorrin according to the Daily Record. Maybe the reason we are interested in Fané. However I would be gutted if we lost him as I think he is a class midfielder. Brings a great balance to the team.
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    2018/19 Game 31: St Johnstone (H) March 30th 3pm Kick Off

    I’m not getting the Main hate. I appreciate he isn’t scoring goals however he is instrumental to how we are performing at the moment. His link up play is improving every week and his flick for Frears goal was class. A lone striker in this role has to be more than just a goal scorer and I certainly think that he is proving to be an excellent foil for our wide players and drags defenders all over the place to create space for the rest of the team. Seems he is the whipping boy for the perennially unhappy amongst us now.
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    Former Motherwell Fc Players Thread

    Ryan Bowman sent off after 24 mins for Exeter today. 4 ex Well players on show in the game. Jim O’Brien for Notts County, Law, Taylor & Bowman for Exeter. Noticed today that Euan Murray is (c) of Raith Rovers and Ross Forbes (c) of their opponents Dumbarton today. Good to see.
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    The Small-Medium Rebuild 2018'19

    This could have a similar effect on his career as Slane to Celtic. Pretty gutted about this news tbh. Not sure what chances he will have as they will have an abundance of wide players. Jones, Kent, Grezda, Middleton. Probably follow the Docherty route with a loan to lower leagues in England. I understand the financial aspect but with his earlier comments about staying this would stick in the craw.
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    Kilmarnock Man of the Match

    I thought Gorrin was class today. Real bite in amongst composure, work rate and a fair bit of skill.
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    2018/19 Game 27: Celtic (A) Sunday 24th February 3.00pm Kick Off

    Main being out is a blow in my opinion. He has been integral to how we have played in our run of wins. Always good to see Scott but hopefully this won’t be detrimental to his development.

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