Andy P and Pepe join to look back on meetings with Livingston and Celtic, discuss Tony Watt’s new deal at Fir Park, look ahead to a massive week for Scotland and Motherwell’s next Premiership fixture against St Johnstone.
Andy P and Pepe look back upon the Europa League victory over Glentoran and discuss the draws for the second and third qualifying rounds. Also on the agenda was the record sale of David Turnbull to Celtic, defeat at Parkhead sending the Steelmen to the foot of the Premiership table and more.
Andy is joined by award winning author Chris McQueer, to discuss those who have played for both Celtic and Motherwell in the last 30 years. This is the twelfth of 14 episodes in 14 days, supporting the Scottish Association for Mental Health. You can support our fundraising efforts here – https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/mfcpodcastsamh
Sparra is joined by Seàn Mahon to look back on meetings with Hearts and Celtic, look ahead to the Lanarkshire Derby at Hamilton, discuss the ever increasing cost of Scottish football, Seàn’s collection of ‘Well shirts and much, 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.
It’s magic you know? The ‘Well have won six in a row! Sparra is joined by Jay and Joe McKelvie to look back on the win against Hearts, discuss the trip to Celtic Park, react to the news of James Scott signing a new deal at Fir Park, the potential departure of Stuart McKinstry and more.
Sparra is joined by Jay and Joe McKelvie to reflect on a poor week for Motherwell. The losses to St Mirren and Celtic are covered in depth as well as a look ahead to fixtures against Killie and Hamilton. Also, up for discussion was a debate on where do we go from here? A difficult question…
Sparra is joined by Busta and Jay to reflect on a big win over St Johnstone and look ahead to another busy week in which Motherwell will take on Celtic and St Mirren.
Sparra is joined by Busta and Jay to look back on games with Celtic and Hearts, look ahead to St Johnstone, discuss the departure of Andy Rose and voice their support for Christian Mbulu.