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Tuesday 7 February 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Motherwell

Last year
2022
# Long Road
Heartbreak for Dubliner Jake Carroll as knee injury rules him out for rest of Motherwell's season
“He is going to be a big loss for us and I am absolutely gutted for the boy,” manager Steven Hammell said.
# second leg
Sligo Rovers boss responds to being labelled 'minnows' by the Scottish media
John Russell says that tag can be used as ammunition in tomorrow’s Europa Conference League qualifier at home to Motherwell.
# Bit O'Red
'I'm unbelievably proud' - Sligo Rovers boss feels they deserved famous European win
John Russell gave his thoughts after last night’s victory away to Motherwell in the Europa Conference League qualifiers.
# Final Note
Champions Celtic celebrate trophy day with 6-0 rout over Motherwell
The Hoops clinched their 10th cinch Premiership title in 11 years earlier this week.
# Ross Tierney
Ireland U21 international Tierney's goal not enough as 10-man Rangers keep pressure on Celtic
Ireland U21 international Ross Tierney scored Motherwell’s only goal.
# Getting there
Late winner brings 10-man Celtic close to Premiership lead ahead of Rangers clash
The Hoops can go top of the table with over their Glasgow rivals on Wednesday.
All time
# Goals Galore
Fashion hat-trick inspires Rangers to 6-1 comeback victory as lead extends to four points
Motherwell defender Bevis Mugabi opened the scoring before the league leaders rallied.
# road less travelled
'Two months ago I was training with Wexford. How am I now surrounded by Premier League footballers?'
Darragh O’Connor talks to The42 about his unusual journey to Motherwell, via Leicester City.
# Hail Hail
Relief for Neil Lennon as Celtic see off Motherwell after late scare
Odsonne Edouard scored the winning goal but the hosts were left clinging on in stoppage time.
# momentum checked
Stubborn Motherwell earn point against Rangers
Steven Gerrard’s runaway leaders were held 1-1 at Fir Park.
# Motherwell
Controlled explosion carried out at Scottish polling station, police say item was 'non-viable device'
The police said that it was a non-viable device.
# promotion
Ex-Irish defender Darren O'Dea appointed manager of Celtic's U18s
He adds to the growing Irish influence among the club’s youth ranks.
# shootin' hoops
Celtic recover from early error to crash five past Motherwell
Two wins from two for Neil Lennon’s men in the 2019/20 Scottish Premiership.
# new steps
Ex-Ireland defender O'Dea confirmed as Motherwell U18s coach
The former Celtic player retired as a player last weekend.
# great scott
Gerrard's Rangers storm to comfortable victory against Motherwell
Scott Arfield scored a hat-trick as his side eased to a win.
# title race
Edouard double maintains Celtic's lead atop Scottish Premiership
Meanwhile, Rangers were 5-0 winners away to Hamilton.
# Shake It Up
Celtic return to the summit in Scotland while Rangers stutter in front of goal
The Hoops beat Motherwell 3-0 while Rangers were held by Hibs.
# Late Late Show
Steven Gerrard's Rangers drop more late points after conceding 93rd minute equaliser
Motherwell captain Peter Hartley struck a dramatic late leveller at Fir Park.
# Historic
Celtic lift Scottish Cup to complete historic double treble
Brendan Rodgers’ side made history today.
# Skipper
Donegal's Carl McHugh captains 10-man Motherwell to stalemate against Celtic
Celtic dropped two points as they inch closer towards a seventh consecutive Scottish Premiership title.
# Hat-trick Hero
Celtic blitz Motherwell as on loan French teenager scores brilliant hat-trick
Celtic met Motherwell for the third time since last Saturday, maintaining their place at the top of the Scottish Premiership with a four goal win.
# Wrap
Late Sinclair equaliser extends Celtic's unbeaten run to 66 games
The league leaders were held by Motherwell as Rangers defeated Aberdeen.
# Champions
Forrest and Dembele on target as Celtic toast Scottish League Cup success
Brendan Rodgers on Sunday became the first Hoops manager since Jock Stein to win four trophies in a row.
# livid
Furious Rangers boss slams players: 'You're embarrassing our club'
Pedro Caixinha was livid over the team’s performance in the 2-0 loss to Motherwell yesterday.
# Irish Eye
Hat-trick for Dubliner Rooney and Ireland international Hayes also on target in 7-2 rout
The win against Motherwell moves Aberdeen three points clear of Rangers in the Scottish Premiership.
# strathclyde
Nine children and two adults injured after rollercoaster crashes off rails in Scotland
The accident happened shortly before 4pm at M&D’s park near Hamilton.
# Top Bhoys
Celtic edge closer to title with win over Motherwell
Leigh Griffiths struck twice as Celtic moved closer to the Scottish Premiership title.
# overhaul
Scottish football can look forward to a winter break next season
Arsene Wenger must be seriously considering a move north of the border right now.
# Scenes
VIDEO: Police to investigate 'disgraceful' Rangers-Motherwell fight
A mass fight between Rangers and Motherwell could lead to criminal prosecution with Police Scotland set to investigate.
# back from the brink
Rangers inch ever closer to Celtic reunion as they reach Premiership final
Stuart McCall’s side will face Motherwell in this year’s decider after getting the better of Hibernian.
# Role Model
Higdon arrested hours after being named Scotland's Player of the Year
The 29-year-old was arrested for an alleged assault in the early hours this morning.
# SPL
SPL: Motherwell shock high-flying Celtic
It’s just the 19-point lead at the top of the table then.
# Report
Gary Hooper scores late winner for Celtic
The Scottish champions earned a 1-0 win over Motherwell to head into the SPL’s winter break leading the table.
# no dice
Randolph ban upheld despite Motherwell appeal
The Ireland international has been charged with violent conduct following an incident in a game with Hearts.
# Report
Celtic keep Champions League dream alive
Despite going down to 10 men, Neil Lennon’s side advanced with a comfortable 4-1 aggregate victory.
# SPL
Kicked out by the top-flight clubs, Rangers will play where they're told, says Ibrox chief
Opposition clubs voted Rangers out of the SPL yesterday.
# NAMA
NAMA makes over €600k selling over paintings belonging to developer
Two paintings believed to have been owned by developer Derek Quinlan were sold in New York last night – and another eleven will be up for sale in London next week.
# Job hunt
Pat Fenlon facing stiff opposition for SPL job from Parkhead hero Alan Stubbs
Bohemians manager is eyeing a move to SPL again.