Motherwell’s League Cup hopes were killed off by blundering referee Craig Thomson. A dreadful decision to award Celtic a penalty and send off Cedric Kipre with the Hoops 1-0 up ruined the Steelmen’s chances at Hampden Park. James Forrest had gave Celtic the lead at the start of the second half and Dembele converted the controversial penalty to give the Hoops their first piece of silverware of the season. Hampden was every bit as electric as was expected as 50,000 packed out the national stadium.
Christmas cheer is on its way to Craigneuk. The fundraising efforts of Craigneuk Community Council are finally being rewarded with the big lights switch-on this Friday. Residents will come out in support of the effort on November 24 with the switch-on starting at 6pm at the Jim Foley Community Centre. The appeal started in March as big-hearted members of the public dipped into their pockets to help out the community council.
Carl McHugh has heard all about Celtic’s unbeaten run – but the Motherwell captain just doesn’t care. McHugh insists all the Fir Park focus is on one team and they’ll be wearing claret and amber. The Irishman believes Celtic’s run counts for nothing and firmly believes their semi-final showing against Rangers is enough proof that Well can beat the Hoops. McHugh has tasted cup agony before after playing for Bradford in the League Cup down in England.
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Selecting a term
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