The third domestic Steelmen Matchday Magazine of 2013/14 is on sale when Kilmarnock visit on Saturday.
But what is inside the 68-page issue?
‘Well boss Stuart McCall and Captain Keith Lasley both return with the regular columns.
Stuart talks about building on last week’s win over Partick Thistle, areas that could be improved and the difficulty facing a ‘wounded’ Kilmarnock side.
The skipper chats about what he expects from the match and how tight he expects this season’s SPFL Premiership to be.
The feature interview is with Zaine Francis-Angol. The Antiguan International talks in-depth about his new advanced role in the team, his relationship with the Motherwell supporters and facing some familiar faces both at home and on international duty.
Zaine also features as the third of a souvenir poster collection in the centre pages.
But that’s not where the features stop!
There is a 12-page section dedicated to our visitors, Kilmarnock.
Kris Jack introduces the Rugby Park side and there is a player-by-player breakdown of who is likely to line up for the Ayrshire side.
We continue our opposition manager section by speaking directly to new Killie boss Allan Johnston. The former Queen of the South gaffer talks about his new role and how he plans to stop a former International teammate this afternoon.
Our guest journalist for this edition is STV’s Scott McClymont, who covers Scottish football for the broadcaster.
He discusses some of the on-going issues both on and off the field and what he expects from the visitors over the coming season.
Graeme McGarry’s ‘Us and Them’ section also makes a return and features former ‘Well and Killie goalkeeper Colin Meldrum.
The former stopper, now coach at Celtic, talks about the current goalkeeping battle at Motherwell and his time at both clubs.
The big features keep coming…
The Sunday Post’s Brian Fowlie takes a look back in history at the first every player in Scotland to score from the substitutes bench – Motherwell’s Gus Moffat back in the 1960s.
Press & Media Manager Alan Burrows returns in ‘The Last Word’ and the next round of new quiz, MFC Eggheads, pits two veterans against each other – Stevie Hammell and Keith Lasley.
But wait, there’s more!
Our match reports section takes a look back at least weekend’s 1-0 win over Partick Thistle.
There’s also an in-depth report from the Under 20s most recent match against Dunfermline, which ended a seven-goal thriller.
We have the latest from The Ticket Office, Commercial and Community Departments, and update from the Well Society as well as the latest stats, facts and figures from the 2013/2014 campaign. We also take a statistical look at the match official, welcome new signing Lionel Ainsworth and there’s a vacancy at Fir Park listed in the Latest News Section.
Another new feature is the ‘Junior Steel’ kids page that will test the youngster’s quiz minds with puzzles and ‘Did you know’ facts.
The programme is available for £3 and is will be on sale from the Club Shop as well as the usual sellers located in and around the ground pre-match.
You can also order back editions or take a season-long subscription to the magazine by visiting the website of our publishers – Curtis-Sports – CLICK HERE