Sparra is joined by John Sutton to look back on his two spells at Fir Park, all of the highs and lows from his time at the club are discussed as well as his memorable career which has spanned 17 years and counting with the striker pulling on his boots again for the 2019-20 campaign.
The MFC Podcast has reached 200 episodes! In a special edition of the MFC Podcast, Sparra is joined by Motherwell’s head of 18s to 21s Maurice Ross. We discuss in great detail his role at the club, player pathways, the poster boys of the youth setup at Fir Park, his short spell as a player at the club back in 2011 and much, much more.
Sparra is joined by Busta and Jay to reflect on the loss at St Johnstone, more awards for David Turnbull, debate the futures of a number of out of contract players at Fir Park, the final game of the season at Livingston and much more.
Nick McPheat joins Sparra to look back on the 1-1 draw against St Mirren, lavish more praise on David Turnbull, discuss another new signing ahead of the 2019-20 season, look ahead to St Johnstone and much more.
Sparra is joined by Busta and Jay to look back on the win over Dundee, confess their deep love for David Turnbull, Jake Hastie’s move to Rangers and look ahead to next weekend’s fixture with St Mirren.
Sparra and Jay look back on the 1-1 drew at New Douglas Park and preview the upcoming game with Dundee, as well as discussing youth development at Fir Park, the treatment of fans in Scotland, and more.
Sparra is joined by Busta and Jay to look back upon fixtures against St Johnstone, Aberdeen and Rangers. There’s also plenty of surrounding issues around all three games that get our full attention.
Jay and Sparra look back on the defeat at Easter Road, consider whether our top six challenge is now over, discuss their aspirations for the remainder of the season and much more.
Sparra is joined by Ben Banks and Joe McKelvie to look back on the 3-0 Lanarkshire Derby rout of Hamilton, look ahead to Hibs, discuss new contracts/speculation and much more.
With two (and a half) games to look back on, there was plenty to discuss when Sparra was joined by Busta, Jay and BBC Sport Scotland’s Scott Mullen.