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  1. I think playing alongside Turnbull was key to Hastie’s form, which makes you realise just how good Turnbull is.
  2. Great result in the end. Thought Tony Watt and Long linked really well last 25 mins. Grimshaw makes my eyes bleed though.
  3. Tony Watt has done more in a short cameo than Lang did in 65 minutes.
  4. That’s because it’s not tomorrow it is a week tomorrow.
  5. 4-3-3, 3-4-3, 3-5-2, 4-4-2. We have lots of options with this squad.
  6. C’mon Shaka, take the claret and amber specs off. Most of Scotland is either of the green or blue persuasion. Hastie won’t be our only Rangers fan in the team. Simple fact is he left Motherwell for a lot more money than we could pay plus we got a large development fee into the bargain. The games against Rangers and Celtic are bonus games in terms of points. Hastie can play against all our realistic competitors. He is better than what we have, has a great relationship with Turnbull, can score goals and has a point to prove. I can’t see many negatives. Nobody knows how to get the best out of him better than Motherwell! Get down if your high horse and support the team and whoever pulls on the jersey.
  7. We don’t. There is no young wide players in the reserves that are ready to step up. Seedorf and Hylton both flattered to deceive last season, so we definitely need additional wide players to have competition in those positions. Where it is Hastie, the rumoured Lang or a.another, we need at least one additional wide player in, possibly two.
  8. Here’s hoping they have already paid us everything they owe us for Kipre would be my first thought!
  9. Motherwell players’ rowdy lockdown party broken up by cops after neighbours complain Neighbours say defender Jake Carroll has friends over to his home in Larkhall three times a week with high-end vehicles spotted at the property. Mark McGivern Police broke up a rowdy party after Motherwell FC players were accused of breaching lockdown rules. Officers were called to Irish defender Jake Carroll’s home in Larkhall, Lanarkshire, after neighbours complained that he was repeatedly having noisy shindigs with team-mates. The latest party resulted in the player’s friends, including fellow defender Charles Dunne, being ordered to leave the semi-detached home at 1am on Sunday. Police were told revellers had repeatedly turned up at Carroll’s home in recent weeks to enjoy loud dance music. Carroll is understood to have told club bosses he stayed within lockdown rules. He claimed he had formed an extended household with his friend Dunne and that there were only three other friends at the party, all of whom came from the same household. Charles Dunne’s SUV (inset) was spotted at Jake Carroll’s property (Image: Daily Record) He said all five stayed in the garden. But his account is disputed by neighbours, who said Saturday night’s party started in the garden but ended up in his living room. One neighbour said: “We live in a family-friendly new estate in Larkhall and Jake’s behaviour in recent weeks can only be described as antisocial. “He has been breaking lockdown rules by having multiple friends, some of whom include other football players, stay over and by partying for two, sometimes three, nights a week. “Saturday night was the final straw as his friends piled in, most of them turning up in high-end cars. “The music started and didn’t stop. We have a neighbourhood WhatsApp group and many residents commented on how the noise had woken them up or had been keeping them up – and they don’t even live in the same street.” The neighbour said residents had been angered after one partygoer roared around the estate in a car at high speed. They added: “This is the behaviour of a professional footballer who is meant to be a role model. Many of the residents and children on the estate know of him and it’s not behaviour that is acceptable, never mind during lockdown.” Dunne has been a regular guest at Carroll’s home. He left his Mercedes SUV, with a distinctive personalised number plate, outside the house after police ordered the party to disperse on Sunday. Dunne, 27, recently announced he had signed a new short-term deal at Motherwell as he comes back from a groin injury. Carroll, 28, has also been battling back to fitness after suffering a serious Achilles injury in February. A neighbour who sent a complaint to Motherwell via the club’s online contact page wrote: “I was wondering what Motherwell FC’s stance is on a number of your players gathering at another player’s home for all-night parties each week? “Clearly these men are breaking lockdown rules and have absolutely no regard for other individuals, not to mention neighbours, when they are all shouting, playing music and being extremely antisocial at 2am and 3am in the morning.” Motherwell's Charles Dunne pictured playing against St Mirren in 2019 (Image: SNS Group) Police Scotland’s divisional chief inspector Lex Baillie confirmed that partygoers were “encouraged” to go home. He said: “We can confirm that we attended a property at Aquitania Crescent in Larkhall at about 1am on Sunday, following a complaint of noise from the property. “Officers spoke to the occupants and encouraged them to go home. The gathering dispersed a short time later.”
  10. St Mirren join race for Mark O'Hara (Image: SNS Group) St Mirren have agreed a deal with Peterborough United for midfielder Mark O’Hara. O’Hara had a successful spell at Motherwell last season, but has yet to finalise a deal with the Fir Park side. The English side’s director of football Barry Fry told the Peterborough Today he doesn’t understand why the deal with Motherwell hasn’t been completed.
  11. It will probably end up being someone like Shay McCartan if it’s League 2, out of contract and can play all across the front line.
  12. Does anyone know Yet who the new National League striker it is that we are meant to be signing?
  13. My guess based on not very much would be Jamie Reid from Torquey: https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/jamie-reid/profil/spieler/250840
  14. Burrows said on Twitter that minor work was done back in April.

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