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Motherwell

a town in S central Scotland, the administrative centre of North Lanarkshire on the River Clyde: industrial centre. Pop.: 30 311 (2001)
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Joe's book recalled a career that began with Motherwell being promoted to Scotland's top flight in his first season.
Teale was harshly penalised for a sliding tackle on Nicky law just outside the left edge of the box to allow the Motherwell right-back to curl the ball into the far corner and snatch an unlikely victory.
At first, he produced an occasional print, but by the 1960s, with the establishment of several important print workshops in New York City, Motherwell began a collaboration with all the major workshops.
Motherwell were level thanks to a superb header from defender Hutchinson, who rose 16 yards out to guide Stevie Hammell's freekick into the top corner.
EASY TAKE: Motherwell keeper Michael Fraser takes a high ball as Llanelli struggled to put pressure on his goal Picture: Huw Evans Agency
Newly-appointed home manager Jim Gannon was left devastated by Motherwell's failure in the home tie, saying: "The young guys were the best Motherwell players on the pitch.
Motherwell painted Face of the Night for Paz in 1981.
CONTACT: Susan Graham of Graham Communications, 717-233-4448, for Motherwell, or Bonnie Berk, co-founder of Motherwell, 800-MOM-WELL/ CO: Motherwell ST: Pennsylvania IN: HEA SU: PDT
He said: "I was hoping either to go to Hibs or come to Motherwell.
Manager Stephen Thompson will be looking for his players to extend their ten-match unbeaten run, but after expending so much energy against the Gers they may struggle to match a highlymotivated Motherwell team who have had an extra day to prepare for today's clash.
I would like to think it is not the majority of the Motherwell supporters who feel like that.
Gannon, who was unveiled as Motherwell manager on Tuesday, had called on his new players to implement some of the ideas he had introduced in his first few training sessions.