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    Stuart Kettlewell reacts to Kilmarnock draw

  • Women

    Morgan Hay joins Gartcairn on loan

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    PPV available for Ross County

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    Sam Nicholson previews Kilmarnock

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    Jili Buyabu joins on loan for rest of season

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    Adam Devine joins on loan until end of season

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    Stephen Frail ahead of Kilmarnock

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    Theo Bair named January player of the month

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    Adam Montgomery injury update

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    Jack Vale joins on loan until the end of the season

  • Archive

    Stuart Kettlewell reacts to Kilmarnock draw

    Stuart Kettlewell reflects on the 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock.

    • Deserved to win
    • Stronger defensively
    • Tight turnaround
  • Women

    Morgan Hay joins Gartcairn on loan

    Morgan Hay joins Gartcairn on loan

    Defender Morgan Hay has joined Gartcairn on loan until the end of the season.

    The summer acquisition traded Lanarkshire rivals Hamilton for ML1 ahead of the 2023/24 SWPL campaign, but two successive injury concerns left the 20-year-old on the sidelines for over four months.

    Hay featured on three occasions across her time in claret and amber, playing a pivotal part in the women of steel’s assured 4-0 Lanarkshire derby victory over Hamilton in August.

    The youngster heads out on loan to the SWPL2 side in search of regular first-team minutes, linking-up with fellow Motherwell loanee Kaela McDonald-Nguah. Gartcairn sit precariously at the foot of the SWPL2 league table, two points from safety.

    Good luck, Morgan.

  • First team

    PPV available for Ross County

    PPV available for Ross County

    Our home match against Ross County will be shown live on our pay-per-view streaming service. 

    The match will be available for £11.

    You will be able to purchase online.

    Kick off is 7.45pm on Tuesday 6 February.

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    Sam Nicholson previews Kilmarnock

    https://youtu.be/BEJMEaasfd0

    New signing Sam Nicholson talks us through his adventure in the MLS and discusses what it was like to come up against the likes of Wayne Rooney and Bastian Schweinsteiger.

    The winger tells how impressed he has been with the quality available at the club and has full confidence in our chances to move up the table.

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    Jili Buyabu joins on loan for rest of season

    Jili Buyabu joins on loan for rest of season

    Jili Buyabu has joined on loan from Sheffield United for the remainder of the season, subject to international clearance. 

    The 20-year-old has two appearances for the Premier League side, joined the Blades in 2021 from Non-League side Hornchurch. United fought off the likes of Chelsea and Nottingham Forest to secure his signature at the time.

    “We have been tracking Jili and I’m please to have him on board,” manager Stuart Kettlewell said.

    “He is another bright prospect, who has attracted a number of clubs so far in his career.

    “This is a move we’re excited by at the club and feel he can add something to the squad.”

    Buyabu is predominantly a full-back but can operate further forward also.

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    Adam Devine joins on loan until end of season

    Adam Devine joins on loan until end of season

    Full-back Adam Devine has joined the club on a loan deal from Rangers until the end of the season. 

    The 20-year-old makes the switch from Glasgow, having made one appearance for Rangers first-team this season.

    With 11 appearances in total at Rangers, Devine is a regular in the Scotland youth sides and currently represents at Under 21 level.

    He has had loan spells with Partick Thistle and Brechin City prior to his arrival in ML1.

    “Adam is a promising, young talent,” manager Stuart Kettlewell said.

    “He has made appearances at first-team level for Rangers and has been a regular in the matchday squads, which I think shows he is highly thought of by Rangers.

    “I hope he brings energy and enthusiasm. This is a chance for him to prove himself at this level and I look forward to working with him.”

    Adam Devine will wear the number 21 kit this season.

    “I can’t wait to get involved,” Adam Devine added.

    “It’s a great club and everyone I have met has been excellent. The manager really sold the club and what he wants to do here and I can’t wait to be a part of that.”

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    Stephen Frail ahead of Kilmarnock

    Assistant Manager Stephen Frail goes through all transfer rumours associated with the club including Kevin van Veen, Blair Spittal and David Turnbull. 

    The Motherwell number two says the club is active on deadline day and we could see some new faces in ML1. He also previews the match against Kilmarnock on Saturday in the cinch Premiership.

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    Theo Bair named January player of the month

    Theo Bair named January player of the month

    Theo Bair is your G4 Claims player of the month for January.

    Beating Blair Spittal, Georgie Gent and Davor Zdravkovski in the vote, the Canadian scoops back-to-back awards.

    He opened his account for 2024 against Hibernian at Easter Road, levelling the game to make it three goals in two games.

    Leading the line against Alloa Athletic in the cup, he then went on to find the back of the net in three successive league matches against his former side St Johnstone on Saturday.

    With four goals in his last three league games, Bair has hit a purple patch and wins his second player of the month award at the club.

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    Adam Montgomery injury update

    Adam Montgomery injury update

    Adam Montgomery has suffered a serious injury that will keep him out for a considerable period of time. 

    The full-back, who had joined on loan from Celtic, made his debut in the 3-1 victory over Alloa Athletic in the Scottish Cup.

    However, he had to withdraw from a training session and has since undergone scans to determine the issue.

    Montgomery has now returned to Celtic to undergo his rehabilitation.

    Speedy recovery, Adam.

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    Jack Vale joins on loan until the end of the season

    Jack Vale joins on loan until the end of the season

    Jack Vale has joined the club on loan from Blackburn Rovers until the end of the season, subject to international clearance and paperwork. 

    The Welsh 22-year-old frontman is a product of the Blackburn Academy, joining the club in 2016.

    He has played for their under 18 and under 21 side and has spent time on loan at Rochdale, Halifax Town and most recently, Lincoln City.

    Vale has made 25 senior appearances for Blackburn Rovers, with his debut coming in 2020, scoring two goals. He spent the first half of this season on loan in League One with the Imps, featuring 17 times and scoring two goals in the process.

    “It’s great to get Jack in as he plays in an area of the pitch we have been desperately trying to recruit,” manager Stuart Kettlewell said.

    “He has got plenty experience at Championship level for a boy his age and he is highly regarded of at Blackburn.

    “Jack has found the back of the net regularly at Under 21 level in England and this loan will provide him with a platform and opportunity to do the same again in Scotland.”

    He has also represented his country at youth level, from Under 15s to Under 21s.

    “I’m really happy to be here,” Jack Vale added.

    “I’ve seen how well Georgie has done here and I want to try and do something similar. I want to use this loan move to try and get myself more first-team appearances at Blackburn.

    “I can’t wait to meet all the fans this weekend.”