Tag: St Mirren

MFC Podcast – Episode 210

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.

MFC Podcast 2018-19 – Episode 36

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.

MFC Podcast 2018-19 – Episode 28

Following on from Motherwell securing their fifth successive league win, Sparra, Busta and Jay  look back on the win at St Mirren, look to our next league fixture against Hearts, discuss interest for other club’s in Jake Hastie, Motherwell’s women’s side and much more.

MFC Podcast 2018-19 – Episode 27

The lads look back on another good victory for Motherwell, discuss David Turnbull’s new deal at Fir Park, preview St Mirren, praise Stephen Robinson’s part in the much improved form, reflect on the business done during the transfer window and much more.

MFC Podcast 2018-19 – Episode 23

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…

MFC Podcast 2018-19 – Episode 22

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.

 

MFC Podcast 2018-19 – Episode 16

Sparra, Busta and Jay look back on a brilliant week for Motherwell by discussing wins over St Mirren and Dundee. Also on the agenda was a look ahead to Sunday’s meeting with Rangers, disappointment for Motherwell ladies and much more.

MFC Podcast 2018-19 – Episode 15

Sparra and Jay look ahead to a crucial week by previewing fixtures against St Mirren and Dundee. Also on the agenda was the atmosphere at Fir Park and the potential impact on Scottish football from allowing the live streaming of 3pm Saturday fixtures.