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    A First Win for Motherwell

    A much needed first win for Motherwell arrived thanks to Allan Campbell's strike against St Johnstone at Fir Park. - External Link

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    Positives : we won. And, er, that's it.

    Another awful display...time will tell whether it's a wee step towards turning things around or not.

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    One piece of individual brilliance by Alan Campbell won the game, allied to dreadful finishing by Saintees. Our forwards offered nothing in the box - some fairly good moves in the final third but no goal threat whatsoever. Oh for a finisher like Dixie Deans.

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    I’ve had enough watching this garbage and time for honesty.
    We have injuries …. Boo-Hoo but the players Robinson brought in are utter phish.

    Defence
    Lamie to quote another ‘a bomb scare’ and is no replacement for Tait
    Undecided with McGinley as just returned from injury

    Mid-field
    With exception of Campbell, the midfield not working effectively .. we are BLUNT when attack and create hee-haw
    Give our promising u21’s in midfield a chance to prove themselves before too late.

    Forwards
    Release Seedorf & Hylton and return Hastie as they’re NEVER the answer and why on bench. They won’t improve and offer nothing.
    Leaving Lang, Long, White, Watt, MacIver & Robinson.
    Q. What does Watt offer ?
    Q. Why is Long still here ?
    Q. Why sign MacIver if not willing to play as no worse than who he plays !!
    Q. Why will he not play Robinson and why did he offer contract ?

    Do we recall Jan'19 when Robinson forced to promote u21’s (Turnbull, Scott, Hastie, Gorrin) to save his job …. this time has came again.
    Robinson must realise QUANTIY is no alternative to QUALITY and must acquire players ASAP before too late

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    Quote Originally Posted by dasdeid View Post
    I’ve had enough watching this garbage and time for honesty.
    We have injuries …. Boo-Hoo but the players Robinson brought in are utter phish.

    Defence
    Lamie to quote another ‘a bomb scare’ and is no replacement for Tait
    Undecided with McGinley as just returned from injury

    Mid-field
    With exception of Campbell, the midfield not working effectively .. we are BLUNT when attack and create hee-haw
    Give our promising u21’s in midfield a chance to prove themselves before too late.

    Forwards
    Release Seedorf & Hylton and return Hastie as they’re NEVER the answer and why on bench. They won’t improve and offer nothing.
    Leaving Lang, Long, White, Watt, MacIver & Robinson.
    Q. What does Watt offer ?
    Q. Why is Long still here ?
    Q. Why sign MacIver if not willing to play as no worse than who he plays !!
    Q. Why will he not play Robinson and why did he offer contract ?

    Do we recall Jan'19 when Robinson forced to promote u21’s (Turnbull, Scott, Hastie, Gorrin) to save his job …. this time has came again.
    Robinson must realise QUANTIY is no alternative to QUALITY and must acquire players ASAP before too late
    Another hard watch. Some decent individual flashes and some encouraging passages of play, but, frankly, little to threaten the St.Johnstone goal. The whole is not, by a distance, greater than the sum of the parts, which is what a proper team needs to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handsome_Devil View Post
    Positives : we won. And, er, that's it.

    Another awful display...time will tell whether it's a wee step towards turning things around or not.
    That pretty much covers it. It was a game we really needed to win and we won it so that is obviously a major positive. That performance though was dismal.

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