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Motherwell 1-2 ST Johnstone: Steven Hammell says that hosts 'need surgery'
Motherwell 1-2 ST Johnstone: Steven Hammell says that hosts 'need surgery'

Motherwell's interim boss Steven Hammell says his squad "needs time and a lot of work" after they were defeated by a goal from ...



The Celtic View Podcast 2022/23 EP 1 – Giakoumakis joins The Pod and Ross County reaction
The Celtic View Podcast 2022/23 EP 1 – Giakoumakis joins The Pod and Ross County reaction

The Celtic View Podcast returns for a new series for the new season, as each week we delve into all the talking points from the ...



Job Done in Dingwall as Celtic beat Ross County 3-1 | 20 Minute Tims Podcast #309
Job Done in Dingwall as Celtic beat Ross County 3-1 | 20 Minute Tims Podcast #309

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Ange fights back against the media narrative as impressive Celtic stay top of the league
Ange fights back against the media narrative as impressive Celtic stay top of the league

Hamish rounds up the chat after Celtic's 3-1 win over Ross County and looks ahead to the coming week. === In this video ...



Improvements required // Motherwell 1-2 St Johnstone
Improvements required // Motherwell 1-2 St Johnstone

As Motherwell's search for a new manager continued, Steven Hammell was in the dugout for his second game in charge and his ...



Team, Place & City Details

Ross County F.C.

Ross County Football Club is a professional football club based in Dingwall, Scotland. They play all of their home matches at Victoria Park in Dingwall.

Motherwell F.C.
Motherwell F.C.

Motherwell Football Club is a Scottish professional football club based in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, which plays in the Scottish Premiership. Motherwell have not dropped out of the top-flight of Scottish football since 1985, and have lifted one trophy in that time – the Scottish Cup in 1991.Clad in their traditional claret and amber, Motherwell play their home matches at Fir Park Stadium and have done since 1896.

Motherwell 6–6 Hibernian (5 May 2010)

The Scottish Premier League match between Motherwell and Hibernian on 5 May 2010 set a record as the highest scoring match in the league's history. The match was played at Fir Park in Motherwell and twelve goals were scored in the match, leaving a final scoreline of a 6–6 draw.

Motherwell F.C. Under-20s and Academy

In addition to the Motherwell F.C. first team, competing in the Scottish Premiership, the club also has a reserve team who play in the SPFL Reserve League as well as younger age group teams in their youth system. They fielded a reserve team in defunct competitions for many years.

Motherwell F.C. in European football

Motherwell Football Club is a Scottish football club based in the town of Motherwell, North Lanarkshire. The club first competed in a European competition in 1991–92, qualifying for the European Cup Winners' Cup as winners of the 1991 Scottish Cup.

Motherwell F.C. Women

Motherwell Football Club Women is a Scottish women's football team based in Motherwell, South Lanarkshire. They are members of the Scottish Women's Premier League and currently compete in its top tier, SWPL1, since winning SWPL2 in 2018.

Motherwell L.F.C.

Motherwell Football Club is a women's football team that plays in the Scottish Women's Premier League . They currently compete in its top tier, SWPL1, following a record-breaking title winning SWPL2 campaign in 2018.

New Ross
New Ross

New Ross is a town in southwest County Wexford, Ireland. It is located on the River Barrow, near the border with County Kilkenny, and is around 20 km (12 miles) northeast of Waterford.

Ross County, Ohio
Ross County, Ohio

Ross County is a county in the Appalachian region of the U.S. state of Ohio. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 78,064.

Ross County

Ross County can refer to:

Ross-shire
Ross-shire

Ross-shire is a historic county in the Scottish Highlands. The county borders Sutherland to the north and Inverness-shire to the south, as well as having a complex border with Cromartyshire – a county consisting of numerous enclaves or exclaves scattered throughout Ross-shire's territory.

Ross County F.C. Records and Statistics

Ross County Football Club are a Scottish professional association football club based in Dingwall. Ross County joined the Highland Football League in 1929, and then were one of two clubs voted into the Scottish Professional Football League System in 1994.

Ross County, Queensland

Ross County, Queensland is a cadastral division of Queensland and a County of remote western Queensland. The county came into existence on 8 March 1901, when the Governor of Queensland issued a proclamation legally dividing Queensland into counties under the Land Act 1897.Like all counties in Queensland, it is a non-functional administrative unit, that is used mainly for the purpose of registering land titles.