Motherwell Football Club can be described as a Scottish professional soccer club located within Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, that is part of the Scottish Premiership. Motherwell haven’t dropped from the top of the league in Scottish soccer since the year 1985 and have won one trophy during the span of that timeSean Goss thinks that Motherwell can win the Scottish Premiership. Steelmen are able to take three points against Pittodrie in the event that they’reThe bottom of the form
Sean Goss says Motherwell have no reason to be worried when they go up to Aberdeen and could take three points if everyone’s up to speed.The midfielder, 26, knows Aberdeen have put together completely new squads at Pittodrie however, he believes that the they have had results that have been Motherwell’s way over the years.
Motherwell scored two 2-0 wins and a draw of 1-1 against Jim Goodwin’s side last season, as well as the 2-1 Scottish Cup win at Fir Park.And Goss believes that a win on the Granite City again might make people take notice of the things they’re doing with Fir Park under new boss Stevie Hammell.
He added that they’ve got a new team this year than they did last year. I believe it’ll be a completely different game but it’s also one of the teams that we would like to beat.
We’re not in danger when we go up there. If everybody comes together and plays in the best way we are able to I can’t think of a reason how we won’t achieve an outcome.
We’re aware of the way that we play once everybody is playing I believe we did that when we were up there.
After the work we’ve done and the knowledge we’ve gained, we can see the areas where we could hurt them too.” Goss claims that the players are pleased with Hammell having been appointed manager for a two-year term and that his dynamic style of play will work for his style of play.
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The appointment has gone very well. He’s been here for a few weeks, is aware of what the players are up to and is well-versed in the team which is why I think that he’ll be a great fit in the future.Motherwell will enter the game off the back of a loss of 2-1 at home against St Johnstone on Saturday, however Goss believes there were some hints in the game that could be optimistic about.Motherwell Football Club scored two 2-0 wins and a draw of 1-1 against Jim Goodwin’s team in the last campaign, as well as an 1-1 Scottish Cup win at Fir Park.And Goss says getting a victory on the pitch in this game in the Granite City again might make people take notice of the things they’re doing on the pitch at Fir Park under new boss Stevie Hammell.
He added that they’ve got a new team this year than they did last year. I believe it’s going to be a completely different game however, it’s among the team that we certainly want to play against.We’ve no reason to be concerned when we go up against them. If the team comes together and plays as we’re capable of I don’t see any reason how we won’t achieve an outcome.
However, we’d like Stevie to start off with the most successful start. We wanted to achieve that when he arrived and assumed the role however now that he’s the full-time manager of the first team, and we’re determined to do as much as we can to support him and hopefully, be able to get the result.It’s great to win the win and build confidence. It was a great start to the season apart from the European game and you’re looking to begin the season with an win.It was a disappointing one the week before and if we achieve a win this week, perhaps everyone will view us with a new perspective.