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  1. Get this lot as far away from our club as possible
  2. Hutchy apparently turns down our offer
  3. Lawson signing confirmed
  4. Seems Hetherington is away as well according to Humphreys twitter Just like to say all the best to @hetherington4 @joshuawatt50 and @NicholasDevlin1. 3 top top lads who deserve what ever comes there way.
  5. Ramsden signs a new two year deal My link
  6. My link Cummins signed a new deal apparently
  7. You owe him a brick then http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYoPxNCIX9k
  8. Langfields kicking is worse than buzzs
  9. Apart from Randolph, Hammell, Hutch, Hateley, Lasley, Law, Humphrey, Higdon, Ojamaa, Murphy ...
  10. McCall confirmed in his presser that he hopes to chat to James McFadden with a view to trying to sort out a deal for the Scotland legend. Thats from the motherwell twitter
  11. Get this in the dressing room
  12. Aaron

    Everton

    Motherwell FC can confirm that James McFadden will pull on the Claret and Amber once again this Saturday against @Everton at Fir Park.
  13. My link Barclays Premier League giants Everton will travel to Fir Park on Saturday 21st July as fitting opponents for Stevie Hammell’s Testimonial match. The game will kick-off a year of activities for the 30-year old former Scotland International who has played an incredible 426 games in Claret and Amber. 368 of those appearances have come in the Scottish Premier League – the highest of any player since the competition started in 1998. The stature of the opponent reflects Hammell’s contribution to the club. The Goodison Park club last played at Fir Park back in 2005 – when a certain James McFadden captained the Toffees in what was a somewhat uneventful 0-0 draw. David Moyes has guided his side to success on an almost years basis, cementing the club as almost perennial qualifiers for European competitions, including an appearances in the UEFA Champions League and several in the UEFA Cup/Europa League. They finished seventh last year; just one position out of the qualification places, but have a raft of world class talent at their disposal such as Phil Jagielka, Leighton Baines, Tim Cahill, Marouane Fellaini and Phil Neville. Ticketing information and kick-off times have yet to be confirmed but will be announced in due course.

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