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  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Craigan: The attitude was spot on

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves book cup semi-final place

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Loan Watch: Hastie faces MacLean

  • Archive

    Reserves in cup action on Monday

  • Club

    Hospitality deals for our next games

  • First team

    The goals from Rangers defeat

  • First team

    Richard Tait reacts to Rangers result

  • First team

    Robinson: We apologise to the fans

  • First team

    Rangers 7 – 1 Motherwell

  • Well Society

    Two new faces on Well Society board

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Craigan: The attitude was spot on

    Stephen Craigan praised his young side as they progressed to the last four of the SPFL Reserve Cup with a 2-0 win at Morton on Monday.

    Goals from Alex Rodriguez Gorrīn and Jake Hastie were the difference in a comfortable victory for the second string, as they prepare to face Championship side Ross County in the IRN-BRU Cup this weekend.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Reserves book cup semi-final place

    Reserves book cup semi-final place

    Motherwell have qualified for the semi-finals of the SPFL Reserve Cup, after defeating Morton 2-0 at Cappielow.

    Alex Rodriguez Gorrín’s first half penalty and Jake Hastie’s late strike were the difference between the two sides.

    Several first team players featured in Greenock, with Mark Gillespie, Elliott Frear and Gorrín all in the starting team.

    With 14 minutes on the clock, Frear’s bursting run into the box from the right saw him pulled back, leaving the referee with no hesitation in pointing to the spot. Gorrín’s penalty was low and composed, finding the inside side netting.

    Chances were at a premium throughout, although Stephen Craigan’s side controlled the match for the most part.

    They then put the game to bed with five minutes to spare. Substitute Hastie found room on the left as he drove into the box, before he picked his spot with a low shot into the bottom right corner of the net.

    Having now topped their group, the young Steelmen advance to next year’s semi-finals.

  • Reserves & Under 18s

    Loan Watch: Hastie faces MacLean

    Loan Watch: Hastie faces MacLean

    Ross MacLean and Jake Hastie’s teams went head to head in the Ladbrokes Championship on Saturday, as Morton hosted Alloa.

    The pair ended up not sharing the pitch, with MacLean subbed off after 64 minutes and Hastie coming on 14 minutes later, as the Wasps ran out 2-0 winners at Cappielow.

    Late penalties from Allan Trouten and Iain Flannigan gave Alloa a much-needed win to claw themselves away from the bottom end of the table, and dent the Ton’s play-off chase.

    PJ Morrison and Neil McLaughlin were both in League Two action, turning out for Albion Rovers and Stirling Albion respectively.

    Goalkeeper Morrison saw his side go down 2-1 at home to table-toppers Edinburgh City, with Blair Henderson netting twice.

    McLaughlin played the 90 minutes for Stirling as they drew 1-1 at Clyde, a positive result against a side sitting 12 points ahead of them in the table.

  • Archive

    Reserves in cup action on Monday

    Reserves in cup action on Monday

    Stephen Craigan’s reserves side can book their spot in the semi-finals of the SPFL Reserve Cup on Monday.

    The youngsters travel to Cappielow to take on Greenock Morton. Kick off is at 2pm. Entry is £5 for adults, and free for all other age groups.

    A win or a draw will be enough to guarantee a place in the last four.

    A defeat would hand Dunfermline Athletic the chance to take top spot on Tuesday, but they would require a seven-goal swing to take the group on goal difference.

  • Club

    Hospitality deals for our next games

    Hospitality deals for our next games

    There are some big matches coming up at Fir Park in the coming weeks and you can watch them in style with a day out in one of our hospitality suites.

    Aberdeen and Celtic lie in wait next for Motherwell on home turf, with a host of great packages available.

    Aberdeen visit on 24 November at 3pm. Celtic are then in town on Wednesday, 5 December, with the game kicking off at 7.45pm.

    Cooper Boxes

    Our Cooper Boxes allow you to watch from behind the goal in one of our executive boxes in our Davie Cooper stand.

    With unrestricted views, each box is unique in layout and size and is the perfect place to see the action from.

    To buy for £48 per person, or £40 if you’re upgrading your season ticket, book online right now.

    Centenary Suite

    Our Centenary Suite is the largest and busiest of our matchday hospitality lounge and sits adjacent to the tunnel and dressing room areas.

    Our pay bar option is available from tables of two up to 12 or more, you will be welcomed by our matchday host, who will meet and greet you at the door before showing you to your table, where attentive staff offer a drinks service to your table, before you enjoy a fantastic meal.

    To buy for £80 per person, or £120 for a fully inclusive bar, book online right now.

    Millennium Suite

    There are few better ways to enjoy football at Fir Park than in our Millennium Suite.

    Our premium hospitality package, it’s a chance to meet up with your friends and fellow fans, eat and drink, share opinions, chat to the players and generally make the most of the day.

    Priced at £75 per adult, you can book your place online right now.

    South Stand boxes

    Watch the match in comfort from behind the goal with the modern facilities provided in our south stand boxes.

    We have four heated boxes with unrestricted views, used for fully inclusive meal and drinks packages, each box is unique in layout and size, with hospitality areas to the rear of the box, including televisions.

    These are sold out for the Celtic match, but you can still get yours for the visit of Aberdeen online right now.

  • First team

    The goals from Rangers defeat

    Watch the goals from Ibrox as Motherwell suffer a heavy defeat to Rangers.

  • First team

    Richard Tait reacts to Rangers result

    Richard Tait spoke on behalf of the players after the heavy defeat at Rangers, apologising to the support and saying the squad are “massively disappointed” with themselves.

    The experienced defender said going down to 10 men was no excuse to lose in the manner the team did.

  • First team

    Robinson: We apologise to the fans

    Stephen Robinson apologised to the supporters after his Motherwell side conceded seven to Rangers at Ibrox.

    The 7-1 defeat came as the team “failed to do the basics”, said the Steelmen boss after the match.

  • First team

    Rangers 7 – 1 Motherwell

    Rangers 7 – 1 Motherwell

    Motherwell suffered a humbling defeat at Ibrox, losing 7-1 to Rangers.

    Off the back of wins over St Mirren and Dundee, the Steelmen went to Ibrox feeling confident – but it was certainly an afternoon to forget.

    Rangers made their mark in the game early, with a Scott Arfield goal in the eighth minute.

    Not long after, Morelos had his shot but sent his header flying over the bar.

    But the Steelmen managed to claw back control and Bowman got the ball to Main who tapped it in from two yards out, taking them equal.

    The hosts continued to make chances for themselves, but an Ovie Ejaria shot clanged off the crossbar.

    In the 30th minute, McHugh went into the book for a challenge on Morelos. And it got worse soon after, when he was shown yellow for the second time just two minutes later for handball inside the box.

    It proved a pivotal moment – Tavernier slotted in the penalty taking Rangers into a 2-1 lead.

    A corner just before half time was converted by Morelos, who found the back of the net with a header from the post.

    Both Rangers and Motherwell made changes going into the second 45, with Andy Rose coming on for Ryan Bowman and Gareth McAuley taking the place of Nicola Katic.

    Middleton sent a wide ball fizzing into the box, past Trevor Carson and found the back of the net to give the hosts a 4-1 lead in the 59th minute.

    Then, Arfield had his shot at a second goal – as he was left with plenty of space in the box, and took his time comfortably sending the ball past Carson.

    David Turnbull was then subbed by Allan Campbell, followed soon after by Christian Mbulu coming on for Gael Bigirimana – but it made little difference.

    ‘Well had one of their only shots in the second half thanks to Chris Cadden, who shot down the wing and tried to find Andy Rose with a low cross, but missed him by just a few inches amidst calls for a penalty.

    Rangers’ sixth goal came from Eros Grezda, who again had plenty of space to cut in front of the box – and there was nothing Carson could do but watch it glide past him.

    Ejaria took another shot with a strong strike from outside the box, but it went just wide of goal.

    Grezda followed it up mere minutes later, getting his head to a cross in from the right. Rangers 7-1 Motherwell.

    In the 86th minute Curtis Main managed to fight off opposition outside the box and turn to take a strike, but it soared well over the crossbar.

  • Well Society

    Two new faces on Well Society board

    Two new faces on Well Society board

    Gordon Miller and Derek Watson are the two newly-elected board members with the Well Society.

    Both were at Fir Park on Friday to mark their election, ahead of their first board meeting on 27 November.

    Derek was previously on the Well Society Board. Having left due to work commitments at the time, had no hesitation in putting himself forward to come back on board and believes he can help ensure the younger fans have more of a say in the running of the club.

    “Being a fan owned club means everyone should have a voice regardless of where they sit in the stadium,” he said.

    “I stand in the last section of the east stand among some very passionate and creative individuals, I’d like to think that my election to the board will give me the opportunity to make their voices heard.

    “I’m also now the youngest member of the board and one of my aims is going to to make the Society engaging and attractive to the younger generations of Well fans.”

    Gordon Miller, a season ticket holder in the Phil O’Donnell stand, added: ”It’s a huge honour to join The Well Society board. I was born and raised in Motherwell, and our club is the heart of our community.

    “Being a community club is more than a slogan. Iur club is owned and operated by our community. So our success is entirely dependent on us – the fans.

    “I’m excited about the future of Motherwell FC and at playing a role at delivering a sustainable and successful fan ownership model that will see our club flourish.”

    If you have any questions, ideas or suggestions you’d like to raise ahead of the next Well Society board meeting, please get in touch by emailing well.society@motherwellfc.co.uk.