The seventeenth domestic Steelmen Matchday Magazine of 2013/14 is on sale when Celtic visit this Saturday.
But what is inside the 68-page issue?
‘Well boss Stuart McCall and skipper Keith Lasley both return with their regular columns.
The Fir Park gaffer reflects on the frustrating defeat at St Mirren Park and what is required to get the better of Celtic.
The captain, who is suspended for the match, talks about the SPFL Premiership run-in as ‘Well battle it out with as many as five clubs for a sport in next season’s Europa League.
The feature interview is with young striker Craig Moore. The 19-year old chats about overcoming some early setbacks in his fledgling career to play
in the top flight of Scottish football.
‘Moorey’ also features as the next in the centre-page souvenir poster collection.
There is the usual extensive section dedicated to our visitors, Kilmarnock Football Club.
As ever, Ray Morrison introduces Celtic and there’s a player-by-player breakdown of who is likely to line up for the Parkhead side.
Graeme McGarry’s ‘Us and Them’ feature also returns, speaking to Barnsley midfielder Jim O’Brien
The Irishman talks about his time at both clubs, recalling some sound advice from a Celtic legend, his up and down relationship with the Steelmen and his hopes for the Tykes.
‘From the Press Box’ is back with regular host, the Herald’s Scott Mullen and Graham Barnstaple’s two new columns make it in again…. They Wear Claret and Amber focuses on Turkish heavyweights Galatasaray and his ‘Programmes through the Years’ looks back at some of the editions from the 1960s.
‘This Week in Motherwell History’ focuses on 16th March to 23rd April with a reminder of one of the blackest days in the clubs’ history.
But wait, there’s more!
Our match reports section takes a look back at the controversial 3-2 defeat by St Mirren as well as the Under 20s 3-0 defeat at Lennoxtown.
We have the latest from The Ticket Office, Commercial and Community Departments as well as the latest stats, facts and figures from the 2013/2014 campaign.
We also take a statistical look at the match official and 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-Sport – CLICK HERE.