Motherwell Fc became one of the first fan-owned top flight clubs in history and since then they have continued to assert their status as a community club. Supporters can own their own piece of Motherwell for as little as £5 a month through the Well Society or contribute money to the club through one off donations. Motherwell have offered refuge to residents of the former … Continue reading Motherwell FC- Fan Owned And Fan Appreciated
The SWPL1 is set to begin again this weekend after being forced to stop in December due to the pandemic. With games being broadcasted every Sunday now as well as a new SWPL1 highlights show on Sunday nights, it’s an exciting time for the girls to be back in action. Speaking about Forfar Farmington’s first fixture back against Motherwell, manager Kevin McGreskin said: “It’s great … Continue reading Match Preview: Forfar Farmington’s Kevin McGreskin Looks Ahead To Their First Match Back
Aberdeen has dominated the headlines this week following the singing of their new manager Stephen Glass and of their new player and coach Scott Brown. Dundee United, Motherwell, Celtic and Rangers has stopped taking the knee following the racist abuse Glen Kamara suffered last Thursday. Ross County manager John Hughes has also contemplated stopping taking the knee. Hibs revealed this week that their bank balance … Continue reading Scott Brown Leaves Celtic, Motherwell Tackle Racism And Scotland Has World Cup Success-SPFL Weekly Recap 20th March-27th March
The Ravenscraig Steelworks was built in 1957 by Colvilles LTD, in order to meet the demand for strip steel after the second world war. In order to make the material, iron was taken from blast furnace into steel furnaces, which would turn the iron into ingots to allow the metal to be moulded into strips. The plant first came under threat of closure in 1985 … Continue reading Ravenscraig Is Being Revamped But Is It In The Public’s Best Wishes?
A draw between the top of the table and the bottom sees Steven Gerrard’s winning streak end as today’s match sees Rangers drop points for only the third time this season as they go 21 points ahead of their rival’s Celtic and still remain undefeated in the league. For Motherwell with another point and goal gained they were able to skip in front of their … Continue reading A Positive Draw In Lanarkshire: Motherwell VS Rangers Match Report
A 1-1 draw sees Motherwell’s slump continue. Although, with a point gained it is newly appointed Motherwell manager, Graham Alexander’s first semi-positive result with the club, as the steelmen climb past their Lanarkshire rivals, Hamilton Accies to secure the tenth spot on the table. For ST Mirren the point earned means that their strong form and their set of positive results has continued after loosing … Continue reading A Maddening Match: Motherwell VS ST Mirren Match Report