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CUP FINAL, CHAMPIONS LEAGUE AND BEST OF THE REST (THREE TIMES)

Featured in ‘Off-Air 2’ 

Words: Andy Ross

Three seasons, three best-of-the-rest finishes, Motherwell were living the dream under the guidance of Stuart McCall.

After the departure of Craig Brown to Aberdeen late in 2010, McCall was offered the chance to manage in Scotland for the first time in his career.

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Motherwell Disabled Supporters Association Fundraising

Many of you will have seen the national news coverage relating to the Motherwell Disabled Association in the past few days.

After consolation with the MFC DSA, we have set the wheels in motion for fundraising efforts.

This will begin with donations via the podcast website and in the coming weeks a charity event featuring local bands will also be announced – this event will be free to all who have donated.

Donations can be made via the MFC Podcast website using the following link – http://www.mfc1886.com/product/motherwell-disabled-supporters-association-donation/

Donations can also be made to the Paypal Account directly – info@mfc1886.com.

Thanks again for your support.

Robbo’s Vision

Taken from ‘Off-Air 2’ – Digital Copies available priced £4 – HERE

Words: Andy Ross

Stephen Robinson admits it has been a whirlwind return to Fir Park.

The Northern Irishman, who had previously worked as assistant to Ian Baraclough and Mark McGhee, was brought back to Motherwell in February, tasked with assisting McGhee in guiding his struggling side to safety in the Scottish Premiership.

However, in football nothing is straight forward.

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John Gahagan – Living the Dream and Dying for More

Words: John Gahagan

Pictures – SNS Pix & Motherwell F.C.

Almost 20 years of my life were spent in the world of football. I was not living in the real world. I was living a dream. To countless millions, football and life go hand in hand. When Shankly said that football was more important than ‘life or death,’ was it sporting drama? Could it really be true? Surely not.

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