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    Hundreds attend calendar signing night

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    Hearts away ticket information

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    Dallas in the middle for Tynecastle trip

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    TV: Highlights from Paisley 2021 Stadium

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    St Mirren U20s 0 – 1 Motherwell U20s

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    Robinson: Aim to return to winning ways

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    Calendar signing session this week

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    Don’t miss our Christmas deals

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    TV: Highlights from Celtic Park

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    Celtic loss in pictures

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    Hundreds attend calendar signing night

    Hundreds of ‘Well fans lined up to get their newly-purchased official 2018 calendars autographed by the first team in the annual signing night at Fir Park.

    Lucky supporters met the first team squad in the Centenary Suite at another packed out event, posing for selfies and getting every month signed by their favourite players. 

    If you haven’t already, you can buy a copy of the official 2018 calendar here from motherwelldirect.co.uk and the club shop.

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    Hearts away ticket information

    Next up for Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership is a trip to face Hearts on Saturday, December 9.

    It’s the Steelmen’s first visit to Gorgie of the season, and the first time the team will run out in front of the new main stand at Tynecastle Park.

    Stephen Robinson’s side won the league meeting between the two earlier in the season, with Ryan Bowman and Louis Moult scoring in a 2-1 win at Fir Park.

    Hearts currently sit five points behind the Steelmen in sixth spot, with only one league place separating the clubs.

    Tickets must be purchased in advance. Admission prices are as follows:

    ADULTS £26/£19
    CONCESSION £19/£14
    UNDER 18 £15/£11
    UNDER 13 £5

    The cheaper price is for the lower section of the stand, and the more expensive for the upper section. Concessions are listed as over 65s and students.

    Motherwell fans who require ambulant or wheelchair access should contact Brian Davidson on 07725 917161.

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    Dallas in the middle for Tynecastle trip

    Referee for Saturday’s Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Hearts at Tynecastle is Andrew Dallas.

    It will be Andrew’s first Motherwell game of the season, after the 34-year-old took charge on three occasions last term.

    The first was a goalless draw against Dundee before a 2-0 win over Partick Thistle in November.

    His most recent ‘Well appointment was in this very fixture, meaning Dallas has officiated two consecutive Motherwell/Hearts clashes and three in three seasons. 

    The previous game, which was played at Fir Park, ended 3-0 in favour of this weekend’s opponents. The Scot also oversaw a huge 1-0 victory for Mark McGhee’s side against Hearts at Tynecastle in the 2015/16 season.

    With Hearts just one spot above the ‘Well before that game, it was a massive win in solidifying fifth spot as the season was coming to a close.

    Son of famous referee Hugh Dallas, Andrew takes charge of his sixth Motherwell game today.

    So far he has dished out twenty-two yellow cards and one red, when Carl McHugh was sent for an early bath against Hearts back in February. In total, Dallas has booked ten Motherwell players.

    He will be assisted by Graeme Stewart and Stuart Hodge with Alan Newlands on Fourth Official duties.

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    TV: Highlights from Paisley 2021 Stadium

    The best of the action from Paisley as Deimantas Petravicius’ late penalty gave Stephen Craigan’s men a 1-0 win over St Mirren.

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    St Mirren U20s 0 – 1 Motherwell U20s

    Motherwell under-20s returned to winning ways with a 1-0 win against St Mirren at the Paisley 2021 stadium.

    Stephen Craigan named five first-team players in his starting eleven, including Gaël Bigirimana, Alex Fisher, Deimantas Petravičius and Stevie Hammell. Ellis Plummer also started but was forced off after half an hour.

    It was a fairly uneventful evening in Paisley, with Craigan’s side controlling most of the ball and making most of the chances but failing to find the breakthrough in the opening 45.

    Petravičius should have put his side in front when he broke through one-on-one, but a heavy touch afforded Ross Stewart the chance to smother the danger.

    Ten minutes before the break Fisher went close too, sending a curling, left-footed effort narrowly over the bar from outside the box.

    Craigan made a change at half time, replacing Liam Brown with striker Jamie Semple, as the Northern Irishman looked to find the breakthrough in the Development League encounter.

    And just before the hour mark ‘Well had the ball in the back of the net through Fisher. The Englishman turned the ball beyond Stewart only to be denied by the linesman’s flag.

    Despite hardly threatening the ‘Well goal, the home side nearly took the lead in the 77th minute but O’Keefe was denied by a phenomenal save from PJ Morrison to keep the game goalless.

    Down the other end of the park, and with just seven minutes to go, Petravicius was hacked to the deck inside the box leaving no doubt in the referee’s mind who pointed to the spot.

    The Lithuanian dusted himself, stepped up and thundered his spot kick perfectly in to the top corner.

    It sealed all three points as ‘Well went close again through Fisher in the last minute, but held on for the narrow win.

     

    Motherwell U20s: Morrison, Bowers, Livingstone, Maguire, Plummer (MacDonald ’32), Hammell, Bigirimana, Turnbull, Fisher, Petravičius, Brown (Semple ’45)

    Unused subs: King, Agyeman, Falconer

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    Robinson: Aim to return to winning ways

    ‘Well boss Stephen Robinson has his sights set on returning to winning ways this Saturday as the Steelmen face Hearts at Tynecastle.

    The Northern Irishman reflected on a triple-header with Celtic last week and admitted he can learn a lot from a tough run of games.

    Sitting down with MFC TV, Robinson looked ahead to a busy December for the Fir Parkers.

    [pullquote]We’ll get back to playing with a tempo, getting our balls in to the box and buying that extra pass that maybe the tired legs didn’t allow on Saturday.[/pullquote]

    “Our last three league games have been against Aberdeen and Celtic and we’ve taken four points,” Robinson said. “We’re aiming to get right back to winning ways on Saturday.

    “We’ll get back to playing with a tempo, getting our balls in to the box and buying that extra pass that maybe the tired legs didn’t allow on Saturday.”

    He added: “But we’ll take a lot of positives because we’ve had a good run of results and we need to make sure that’s not the end of it and we keep going.”

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    Calendar signing session this week

    Looking for a Christmas gift to remember? Then don’t miss our open signing session for fans wanting their newly-purchased 2018 calendar autographed by the first team squad.

    The first team squad will be available in the Centenary Suite between 6pm and 7.30pm on the evening of Wednesday, December 6 to sign the calendar, available here from motherwelldirect.co.uk and the club shop.

    The shop will be open throughout the event and we will also be selling calendars in the Centenary Suite.

    And if you’re looking for some other Motherwell-related gifts, we will also have tiles, bricks, gift vouchers and signed bottles of wine on sale for those little extra gifts.

    You can purchase the calendar prior to the event at the ‘Well Shop and take it along with you or you can buy one at the event on the evening.

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    Don’t miss our Christmas deals

    Looking to book a Christmas night out with friends or colleagues? Then look no further than Fir Park for a great value Christmas party night.

    There are now limited tickets available, with two of our dates completely sold out. Spaces remain on Saturday, December 23.

    Enjoy a fabulous three-course meal in the Centenary Suite before dancing the night away with our DJ. This year the price will be £35 per person.

    Each evening the menu will be:

    —Starter—

    Parsnip Soup, served with a crusty roll

    or

    Pate, served with oatcakes and chutney

    — Main—

    Traditional Roast Beef, served with seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes and onion gravy

    or

    Sliced Roast Turkey, served with a medley of vegetables, roast potatoes and gravy

    —Vegetarian—

    Roasted Red Pepper and tomato cous cous crumble, served with roast potatoes and an arrabiata sauce

    —Dessert—

    Traditional Christmas Pudding with brandy sauce

    or

    Milk chocolate mousse

    Book now and we will take care of the rest, offering you and your guests a 100% Motherwell hospitality experience this Christmas.

    £10 per deposit to confirm the booking, To book, click here to buy online or give the events team a call on 01698 333333.


    Perhaps you’re planning a Christmas day out in December?

    Why not spend the day with us here at Motherwell Football Club with our special hospitality and Christmas party offer.

    We play host to Dundee on December 23 and we’re offering an upgrade to one of our Christmas party nights for just £19.91 when you take out a hospitality package for the match.

    Season ticket holders can buy hospitality for £45 per person, while non-season ticket holders can buy for £80 per person. Then it’s just an extra £19.91 to add on a night out here at Fir Park with a fabulous three-course meal, before dancing the night away with our DJ.

    You can find out information about our hospitality packages here.

    To book and make sure you don’t miss out, call our team on 01698 333333.


    We’re also offering our hospitality upgrade for the Ladbrokes Premiership matches with Dundee and Hamilton.

    Stephen Robinson’s side face the two opponents on Saturday, December 23 and Saturday, December 30 respectively. Season ticket holders can upgrade their ticket to hospitality for just £45 per person per match.

    You can find out information about our hospitality packages here.

    To book and make sure you don’t miss out, call our team on 01698 333333.

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    TV: Highlights from Celtic Park

    Highlights from Celtic Park as Motherwell lose 5-1 to Celtic.

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    Celtic loss in pictures

    Images from today’s 5-1 loss to Celtic at Celtic Park.

    Snaps courtesy of SNSPix

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