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    Allan Campbell is September player of the month

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    Devante Cole signs for Motherwell

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    Jermaine Hylton departs for Ross County

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    Kilmarnock v Motherwell off

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    Trevor Carson called up by Northern Ireland

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    Bevis Mugabi called into Uganda squad

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    PJ Morrison called up to Scotland Under 21s

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    ‘We want to end with a win’

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    Pick your September player of the month

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    Watch a live stream of Kilmarnock v Motherwell

  • First team

    Allan Campbell is September player of the month

    Allan Campbell is September player of the month

    Allan Campbell has been voted as our player of the month for September.

    The award, in association with Paycare, has went to the youth academy graduate for the second month in succession.

    Campbell beat off tough competition from Bevis Mugabi, Trevor Carson and Tony Watt to scoop the prize.

    In September he played a key role for the Steelmen in three wins from five, netting in the 1-0 win over St Johnstone at the start of the month.

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    Devante Cole signs for Motherwell

    Devante Cole signs for Motherwell

    Devante Cole has returned to Motherwell on a permanent basis.

    The forward, who made 21 appearances during a loan spell last season, has joined on a deal until the end of the 2020/21 campaign.

    “Obviously we have worked with Devante before, so we know what are getting from him,” said manager Stephen Robinson.

    “He give us options all across the forward line and adds pace. He has proven he can score goals coming in from the wider positions and he will add real competition to the front line.”

    Cole started his career at Manchester City and has played across English football in the last six years at Barnsley, MK Dons, Bradford City, Fleetwood Town, Wigan Athletic and Burton Albion.

    He moved to Doncaster Rovers in January at the end of his previous spell at Fir Park, making nine appearances.

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    Jermaine Hylton departs for Ross County

    Jermaine Hylton departs for Ross County

    Jermaine Hylton has left Motherwell to join Ross County.

    The forward made 41 appearances for the Steelmen, netting four times after moving from Solihull Moors in the summer of 2019.

    “We wish Jermaine good luck and all the best for his future,” said manager Stephen Robinson.

    “At his age he wanted regular football. This was a good opportunity for him and we feel the way he has conducted himself deserved that chance to leave now.”

    We thank Jermaine for all of his contributions to the club, and wish him all the best for the future.

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    Kilmarnock v Motherwell off

    Kilmarnock v Motherwell off

    The match between Kilmarnock and Motherwell on Friday, 2 October 2020 has been cancelled.

    Following confirmation that six opposition players tested positive for Covid-19, discussions took place between Kilmarnock FC, NHS Ayrshire and Arran, the Scottish Government, Public Health Scotland and the Scottish FA on Friday morning.

    The decision was taken to isolate their entire playing squad for 14 days, in line with contact tracing protocols.

    As a result, Kilmarnock FC applied to the SPFL board for a cancellation of the fixture. This has been granted.

    Motherwell FC believes the right course of action has been taken, in order to protect players and staff of both clubs.

    We wish those affected by the virus a speedy recovery to full health.

    An investigation will now be carried out by the SPFL to ascertain the circumstances leading to this cancellation.

    A spokesman for the SPFL said: “No new date for this fixture has been set, pending the outcome of the SPFL investigation.”

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    Trevor Carson called up by Northern Ireland

    Trevor Carson called up by Northern Ireland

    Trevor Carson is in the Northern Ireland squad for their forthcoming triple header.

    The goalkeeper is in contention to face Bosnia and Herzegovina in a UEFA Euro 2020 play-off semi-final first on Thursday.

    UEFA Nations League matches against Austria in Belfast on 11 October, and Norway in Oslo on 14 October, follow.

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    Bevis Mugabi called into Uganda squad

    Bevis Mugabi called into Uganda squad

    Bevis Mugabi is back in the Uganda squad for a training camp in October.

    The in-form defender heads to Dubai to join up with his national team during the break, where they will take on club side Al Nasr SC in a friendly in Jebel Ali.

    The camp is being held ahead of two crucial Africa Nations Cup qualifiers against South Sudan in November.

    The 25-year-old has 10 caps for his country, who sit top of their qualifying group with four points from their opening two matches.

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    PJ Morrison called up to Scotland Under 21s

    PJ Morrison called up to Scotland Under 21s

    PJ Morrison has been called into the Scotland Under 21 squad.

    The 22-year-old has earned his first international call, adding to Scot Gemmill’s selection for their forthcoming UEFA European Under 21 Championships qualifiers.

    Morrison has moved up to number two behind Trevor Carson following injury to Scott Fox, deputising on the bench for the majority of the 2020/21 campaign to date.

    Scotland host Czech Republic at Tynecastle on October 9, before travelling to face San Marino four days later.

    Morrison joins Motherwell duo Allan Campbell and Barry Maguire in the squad, and also ex-Well man David Turnbull.

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    ‘We want to end with a win’

    “We need a big effort on Friday. We want to go into the break with a win.”

    Keith Lasley speaks ahead of the Friday night trip to face Kilmarnock.

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    Pick your September player of the month

    Pick your September player of the month

    It’s time to choose your Motherwell FC player of the month, in association with Paycare.

    Allan Campbell, Trevor Carson, Bevis Mugabi and Tony Watt are in the running for the prize.

    To choose your favourite, just head to our Facebook page to vote.

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    Watch a live stream of Kilmarnock v Motherwell

    Watch a live stream of Kilmarnock v Motherwell

    There’s a live stream available of Kilmarnock v Motherwell on Friday night.

    Supporters in the UK and Republic of Ireland can watch a live stream online for £12.50.

    To watch, just head to ppv.kilmarnockfc.co.uk and buy your pass.

    Fans based outside of the UK and Republic of Ireland can watch as normal as part of their international subscription package at live.motherwellfc.co.uk.

    Kick-off is at 7.45pm.