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Thread: Motherwell Celebrate 3-2 Win At Pittodrie

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    Motherwell Celebrate 3-2 Win At Pittodrie

    A brilliant 3-2 win for Motherwell at Pittodrie launches Stevie Hammell's managerial career. - LINK

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    3-2 going on 6, at least. Probably the most impressive "new manager bounce" I can remember, albeit against a team we've had in our pocket recently.

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    We scored 3 goals in 1 match? That’s rarer than seeing Hailey’s comet !!

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    Stunning turnaround, the difference throughout the team was huge.

    Still plenty areas of concern and Livi will be brutally tough next week but nice to feel positive on a Saturday evening again!

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    Tremendous result and a much improved performance. Far from perfect but that is easily our best 90 minutes of 2022 and the character we showed to come back from 1-2 down to win 3-2 was superb.

    Delighted for Hammell and Kerr tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LawSteelman View Post
    Tremendous result and a much improved performance. Far from perfect but that is easily our best 90 minutes of 2022 and the character we showed to come back from 1-2 down to win 3-2 was superb.

    Delighted for Hammell and Kerr tonight.
    I was trying to think of this earlier...obviously digging out must-wins v County and Hearts were tremendous and the 2-0 home wins over Aberdeen and Hearts last season were excellent performances from a totally different style.

    But when was the last time we attempted, and succeeded in, playing positive, possession, passing football?

    Even when we won comfortably under Alexander it was by being better at the attritional stuff. The one exception under him was arguably the 2-3 opening defeat to Hibs last season when we looked good but lost...performances were going south by 2020 under Robinson so you're looking at 2019 for the last time we won while playing what a neutral would call genuinely aesthetically pleasing football.

    That's not the be all and end all ofc but remarkable none the less.
    Last edited by Handsome_Devil; 13-08-2022 at 05:39 PM.

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