Sparra is joined by Scott McClure to reflect on the disappointing loss against Aberdeen, discuss ‘Well players in action over the international break, discuss their suggestions for the MFC Hall of Fame, upcoming fixtures against Rangers, Killie and Livingston and much more.
Sparra is joined by Bryan Jackson for a special episode of the MFC Podcast. Bryan was a pivotal figure in ensuring the survival of Motherwell FC following their administration in 2002.
In this episode he documents his two years at the football club, from his concerns on arriving at Fir Park, the sale of Stuart Elliott, James McFadden and Stephen Pearson, avoiding relegation, dealing with the backlash of redundancies and rival clubs, the dedication of the ‘Well supporters and staff throughout those tumultuous times, his views on fan ownership and much, much more.
Thank you to Johnston Carmichael Chartered Accountants for providing their office space for the recording of this podcast.
For the final edition of the MFC Podcast’s ‘Off-Air’ series, the Podcast will be teaming with The Well Society and the Motherwell support to compile the ‘Greatest 25 Motherwell Post-War players.
Set for release in November 2017 (exact date TBC in the next few weeks), this publication promises to be the perfect Christmas gift for all ‘Well fans and will follow on from the hugely popular first two editions of ‘Off-Air’.
Eighteen-years have passed since Tommy Coyne departed Motherwell after nearly five magnificent years with the club.
Over that time the Republic of Ireland international forged the reputation as one of the most popular strikers to have ever played at Fir Park.
The fondness for Coyne amongst the Motherwell support remains although he admits that despite topping Scottish Premier League scoring charts during his first-spell with Dundee and then with Celtic, he had to prove himself all over again following his move to Lanarkshire in November 1993. Continue reading “I ACHIEVED MY DREAM PLAYING WITH MOTHERWELL”
The MFC Podcast makes it’s return for the 2016/17 season.
In the first episode of the new campaign Clyde One’s Gordon Duncan joins Busta, Jay and Sparra to discuss summer transfer activity, preview Rangers in the League Cup, new strips, Stephen Robinson’s departure from Fir Park and much more.
Continue reading “MFC Podcast 2016-17 – Episode One”
It may sound over the top but the Motherwell U20’s side reaching the final of the Scottish Youth Cup could be a huge turning point for the football club going forward…….
The 2015/16 campaign has been one of mixed fortunes for the Steelmen, with Mark McGhee showing signs of steadying the ship and gradually moving the team away from the relegation zone in the Scottish Premiership table.
Looking back on the season so far we can reflect on some great wins (victories at Celtic Park, Tannadice and New Douglas Park) as well as a few disappointments (League Cup defeat at Morton, a hammering at Tynecastle and the shambles at Ross County).
Busta, Jay and Sparra reflect on the excellent 3-1 victory over Partick Thistle, look forward to this weekend’s Lanarkshire derby, discuss the latest developments with the ‘Well Society’ and Motherwell F.C. owner Les Hutchison and debate our favourite MFC doubles.
I still cringe thinking about it…..
In May 2007 Maurice Malpas’ Motherwell team squandered a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 to fellow relegation contenders St Mirren at Fir Park.
Defeat for Dunfermline that day ensured that it would be the Pars that were relegated, but it wasn’t enough to avoid the ‘Well fans showing their displeasure at the Saints defeat and the horrendous campaign as a whole.
Derek Watson joins Busta, Jay and Sparra to cover a wide range of issues in an extended edition of the podcast.
Defeat to Inverness in the Scottish Cup, the SPFL investigation into crowd trouble at the play-off game against Rangers, treatment of fans and the cost of Scottish football are discussed in depth.
Also covered are our upcoming matches against Killie and Dundee United and this week’s ‘Remember Well’ question.
There was plenty to talk about when Andrew Paterson joined Busta, Jay and Sparra for the latest MFC Podcast.
The draw with Dundee, a late loss to Thistle, the transfer window, issues for ‘Well fans at Firhill and our Scottish Cup tie with Inverness are all discussed as well as this week’s ‘Remember Well’ question.