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In the driving seat // Clyde 1-3 Motherwell

Motherwell knew a win would ensure their fate with regards to progressing to the next round would be firmly in their own hands.  A short trip to Hamilton to face League Two Clyde was the third match in Group G for the 'Well and they got off to a bright start early doors. With a list of chances, Moses Ebiye eventually found the breakthrough from Ewan Wilson's cross. More missed opportunities was punished when some slack defending costs the visitors and Clyde levelled. Not getting hung up on this setback, Lennon Miller won a penalty kick just minutes later before stick the resulting spot kick into the roof of the net. Filip Stuparevic made sure of the points with a fine curling effort with under 10 minutes to go and although the game could've been won by more, the job for the day was complete. Top of the group, with Partick Thistle still to play, it'll be a showdown on Sunday at Fir Park for that top spot in the group.

Clyde v Motherwell

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Chief Executive provides club update following investment withdrawal

Following the news that Erik Barmack had withdrawn his offer of investment into the club, Chief Executive Brian Caldwell speaks about how that process came about. He discusses his relationship with the Well Society and the close communication the two parties have had and positive discussions about the future. Caldwell also explains Theo Bair's transfer away from the club as well as offering an update on further recruitment.

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In the driving seat // Clyde 1-3 Motherwell

Motherwell knew a win would ensure their fate with regards to progressing to the next round would be firmly in their own hands.  A short trip to Hamilton to face League Two Clyde was the third match in Group G for the 'Well and they got off to a bright start early doors. With a list of chances, Moses Ebiye eventually found the breakthrough from Ewan Wilson's cross. More missed opportunities was punished when some slack defending costs the visitors and Clyde levelled. Not getting hung up on this setback, Lennon Miller won a penalty kick just minutes later before stick the resulting spot kick into the roof of the net. Filip Stuparevic made sure of the points with a fine curling effort with under 10 minutes to go and although the game could've been won by more, the job for the day was complete. Top of the group, with Partick Thistle still to play, it'll be a showdown on Sunday at Fir Park for that top spot in the group.

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Stuart Kettlewell reacts to win over Clyde

Stuart Kettlewell gives his thoughts on the 3-1 win over Clyde.

Clyde v Motherwell

Full match replay from the Premier Sports Cup

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Stephen Frail previews Clyde

Assistant Manager Stephen Frail says Motherwell had the majority of the possession in their last match against Montrose but failed to really test the League One side. He says he doesn't think the team needs to show a drastic reaction but need to see improvement in the forward areas. Frail discussed Theo Bair's move to Auxerre and how the recruitment staff are working hard at bringing in a replacement for the Canadian.

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Aston Oxborough ahead of Clyde

Aston Oxborough has had to patient for his chance in the Motherwell net, playing second choice to club captain Liam Kelly for the past two seasons. However, Stuart Kettlewell opted for Oxborough in their last outing as the keeper made a pivotal stop in the shootout to earn his side a bonus point. That match has given Oxborough some confidence as he says the competition for the number one spot is heating up.

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Chief Executive provides club update following investment withdrawal

Following the news that Erik Barmack had withdrawn his offer of investment into the club, Chief Executive Brian Caldwell speaks about how that process came about. He discusses his relationship with the Well Society and the close communication the two parties have had and positive discussions about the future. Caldwell also explains Theo Bair's transfer away from the club as well as offering an update on further recruitment.

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Slipping up // Montrose 1-1 Motherwell

Motherwell started their Premier Sports Cup group in perfect fashion but knew slip ups had to be limited for the rest of the group action if they want to finish top and go through seeded. A trip to Montrose lay in wait and after Shane Blaney's opener, Motherwell failed to capitalise on the remainder of their chances in the match. In the end, they were punished as Montrose found the leveller with just five minutes to go. A point each, the match went to penalties to decide who came away with the bonus point. Five cool penalty takers for the Steelmen stepped up a slotted home and thanks to Aston Oxborough making a stop, Motherwell limited the damage done.

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Stuart Kettlewell post Montrose

Stuart Kettlewell assesses our match against Montrose.

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