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    Get your limited edition Motherwell tartan scarf

  • First team

    Story of the Match from win over Aberdeen

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    Get your tickets early for Livingston

  • Archive

    Watch the highlights from win over Aberdeen

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    Players react to Aberdeen win

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    Stephen Robinson reacts to convincing Dons win

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    Motherwell draw Ross County in Scottish Cup

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    Motherwell claim emphatic win over Aberdeen

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    Danny Johnson eager to get back among the goals

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    Hearts match in February moved for TV

  • Club

    Get your limited edition Motherwell tartan scarf

    Get your limited edition Motherwell tartan scarf

    Our popular, limited edition Motherwell tartan scarf is back for another run in the lead up to Christmas.

    We’ve 150 to sell, each embroidered with a club crest and available for just £25.

    Profits from each sale will also go to the Well Society, meaning every pound will be doubled and pledged to the owners of our club.

    You can buy yours online right now. But be quick, these popular items won’t be around for long.

  • First team

    Story of the Match from win over Aberdeen

    We needed to bounce back. Together, we delivered.

    This is the Story of the Match from the victory over Aberdeen.

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    Get your tickets early for Livingston

    Get your tickets early for Livingston

    With three wins in our last four matches, Motherwell head to Livingston on Saturday looking to make up further ground in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

    Stephen Robinson’s men have already won in West Lothian this campaign in the Betfred Cup, before a draw on league business at Fir Park.

    Tickets are available online now or you can buy from the Fir Park ticket office.

    Please note there will be no cash turnstiles will be in operation on the day, so pre-purchase is recommended.

    Fans unable to buy in advance can purchase tickets from the Almondvale Suite at the south end of Livingston’s stadium.

    Adult£24
    Over 65s, 16-18 year olds and full-time students£16
    Under 16s£10

    Fans who require ambulant or wheelchair access should contact Andy Sim on 07428 225254 or email tickets@mfcdsa.com.

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    Watch the highlights from win over Aberdeen

    Danny Johnson bagged a double and David Turnbull netted yet again as Motherwell defeated Aberdeen 3-0.

    The Steelmen made it three wins from four with the victory over the Dons, an impressive result against this year’s Betfred Cup finalists.

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    Players react to Aberdeen win

    Danny Johnson, Mark Gillespie and Liam Grimshaw reflect on an impressive performance and result against Aberdeen.

    Johnson’s brace and a David Turnbull strike put the Dons to the sword at Fir Park, as the Steelmen return to winning ways.

    “It’s a perfect response from the Rangers defeat,” Johnson said. “It looked good and it was good.”

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    Stephen Robinson reacts to convincing Dons win

    Stephen Robinson hailed his side’s character as they put in a stunning display against Aberdeen at Fir Park . 

    The Steelmen put the Dons to the sword, winning 3-0 and responding to the heavy defeat against Rangers two weeks ago.

    The manager said: “We stood up after the Rangers defeat and the boys played extremely well to make it three wins from four.”

     

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    Motherwell draw Ross County in Scottish Cup

    Motherwell draw Ross County in Scottish Cup

    Motherwell will face Ross County in the fourth round of the 2018/19 William Hill Scottish Cup.

    The Steelmen are at home to the Staggies on the weekend of 19 January, 2019.

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    Motherwell claim emphatic win over Aberdeen

    Motherwell claim emphatic win over Aberdeen

    The Ibrox nightmare of two weeks ago was erased, as Motherwell responded superbly to beat Aberdeen 3-0.

    A quickly -aken double from the returning Danny Johnson – and yet another goal for David Turnbull early in the second half – earned ‘Well three points and back-to-back home wins.

    Stephen Robinson was forced into a number of changes. With Trevor Carson undergoing hospital treatment for deep vein thrombosis, Chris Cadden sidelined with a tendon injury, and Carl McHugh serving first of a two match suspension, it a gave few players a chance to impress.

    That allowed Mark Gillespie to make only his second appearance in goal since joining from Walsall in the summer, while Christian Mbulu, after impressive performances in the reserves, earned his first senior start.

    However, it was the manager’s tactical change, bringing in Johnson for his first start since the teams met at Pittodrie in September, which had the biggest impact.

    The former Gateshead striker was keen to make an impression and it took him just over a minute to get his first attempt at goal, taking a pass from Liam Grimshaw, before sweeping a left shot wide of goal.

    At the other end Gillespie produced an early save beating away Stevie May’s angled shot.

    In truth the game offered little in the way of excitement until the 25th minute when the Fir Park nicked the opening goal.

    Niall McGinn’s intended pass back found Johnson getting in front of Logan in the centre circle. The ‘Well striker held off the Dons defender all the way into the box before cutting inside and driving the ball beyond Lewis for a terrific solo effort.

    Four minutes later, ‘Well doubled their lead but only after Gael Bigirimana’s disguised free kick was pushed round the post by the Dons ‘keeper. However, from the resultant corner the Lewis was beaten again.

    Bigirimana’s flag kick was nudged on by Main and from a couple of yards out Johnson nodded the ball high into the net to make it 2-0.

    The Dons’ only reply came six minutes from time in the half, when Max Lowe’s drive from 18 yards was pushed away by Gillespie at full stretch.

    While a response was expected from the Dons in the second half, it was ‘Well who tied up the points with a third but within 10 minutes of the restart.

    Johnson was again at the heart of it and when his cut back deflected off Main, the ball fell kindly for David Turnbull, who took a touch before drilling the ball into the corner of the net to claim his third goal from four games.

    Motherwell then took complete control of the game and should have added to their tally. Ten minutes from time a sweeping move finished with Grimshaw cutting in from the right and his 20-yard effort forced a full length save from Lewis to prevent a heavier defeat.

    At the other end the “Well goal, with Mbulu having a commanding debut, was well protected until Gillespie pulled off a fine diving save to deny Lewis Ferguson’s a late consolation goal for the Dons.

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    Danny Johnson eager to get back among the goals

    Danny Johnson is hoping for a chance to add to his goal tally against Aberdeen this weekend.

    The summer signing started the season on form but has had to bide his time in recent weeks.

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    Hearts match in February moved for TV

    Hearts match in February moved for TV

    Our Ladbrokes Premiership match at home to Hearts in February has been pushed back by day.

    The Edinburgh side will now visit Fir Park on Sunday, 17 February. Kick off will be at 12.15pm and the game will be televised live on BT Sport.

    The fixture was originally scheduled for a 3pm kick off on Saturday, 16 February.