Motherwell assistant boss Keith Lasley joins Sparra to discuss back-to-back wins for the Steelmen, reflect on the season so far, summer transfer dealings, international call-up’s, young talent at the club and much, much more.
Sparra and Busta are joined by Keith Lasley to look back at the 2012-13 season, a campaign of many highs including Champions League football coming to Fir Park, James McFadden returning to the club, securing second spot as well as both Michael Higdon and Stuart McCall triumphing at the end of season awards.
We also get an insight on how Keith feels the team are shaping up ahead of the new Scottish Premiership season.
Due to sound issues in sections of the podcast, some of Sparra’s audio had to be re-recorded, we have spent a number of hours trying to fix these issues and hope it in no way spoils your enjoyment of this episode.
Sparra and Busta are joined by Motherwell assistant boss Keith Lasley to preview the Scottish Cup semi-final with Aberdeen at Hampden. We also look back on fixtures with Rangers, Aberdeen and St Johnstone, discuss the impact of Curtis Main, international recognition for Trevor Carson and Cedric Kipre and much more.
Sparra, Busta and Jay look back on meetings with Hibs and Partick Thistle and look ahead to the Scottish Premiership clash with St Johnstone and Scottish Cup encounter with Dundee at Dens Park. Also on the agenda was reaction to the end of the January transfer window.
In the second half of the podcast the Daily Record’s Jonny McFarlane and Motherwell assistant boss Keith Lasley joined the lads for a lively discussion on the proposal to introduce ‘Colt teams’ into the Scottish League
Sparra and Jay are joined by Motherwell assistant manager Keith Lasley and Paul Thomson from the ByTheMinCeltic podcast to look ahead to the Betfred League Cup final, reflect on the excellent victory at Pittodrie and discuss the Scottish Cup fourth round draw which paired ‘Well with their Lanarkshire rivals Hamilton.
Sparra, Busta and Joe McKelvie are joined by Motherwell assistant manager Keith Lasley to look back on Motherwell’s final two Betfred League Cup fixtures and react to the draw for the last 16. Also on the agenda was a preview to the start of the new Scottish Premiership, Keith’s reaction to Carl McHugh replacing him as club captain, Louis Moult’s future at the club, the Fir Park Open Day, The Well Society welcoming Syrian guests to Fir Park and much, much more.
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From working on a building site to leading Motherwell out in a Champions League qualifier – it’s been quite the journey for Steelmen skipper Keith Lasley.
It’s an experience that he describes as ‘beyond his wildest dreams’.
Motherwell skipper Keith Lasley joined Busta, Jay and Sparra to preview the upcoming Scottish Premiership season, review the team’s performances in the League Cup group stages, look ahead to the Under-20’s entering the Irn Bru Cup, discuss James McFadden’s appointment as Mark McGhee’s assistant at Fir Park & much more.
With Jay absent, ‘Well fan Ian Pritchard joins Busta & Sparra to discuss all things Motherwell this week. Also featured – Motherwell captain and U20s coach Keith Lasley is on hand to preview Wednesday’s cup final, and Aberdeen fan Richard Hay of ByTheMinAFC joins the lads to discuss Saturday’s jaunt to Pittodrie.
Busta, Jay and Sparra were delighted to welcome along Motherwell F.C. captain Keith Lasley to discuss the race for the top-six, his career highs and lows, fan ownership at Fir Park, his future with the club and lots more.