Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Motherwell v Aberdeen live Stream Scottish League Cup Quarter-Final – Preview 30 Oct, 2013

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Team News:
Derek McInnes' side emerged with the three Premiership points following a 3-1 win at Fir Park in the previous meeting between the sides this season, in August.
Motherwell manager McCall : "Tomorrow's game can go to 120 minutes and possibly it can go to penalties.
"But I am still waiting for a ruling from the SPFL because we don't get penalties as you know and we might just go to a toss a coin.
"But, because it is a cup game, rules might change and so we practised penalties today.
"We have had one penalty kick this season - in Russia. They play the rules that if it hits your hand it is a penalty, but unfortunately Bob McHugh missed it.
"But we have been practising them this morning and it might have made my mind up on who is on the bench because a few slotted them away nicely and a few blazed them over the bar.
"It is a bit tongue in cheek. Refereeing is a tough job, there is no doubt about that.
"But there has certainly been times this season when we merited penalty kicks and didn't get them."

Aberdeen midfielder Barry Robson : "The manager has the mentality, not of winning every week but being at our best every week, especially work-rate and organisation-wise.
"He doesn't expect you to be terrific every week, but he demands you to be working hard for your team-mates and giving everything you've got and I think you can see that in all the players. It makes an awful big difference.
"Yes, there's an expectation level here at Aberdeen. There's been a lot of good players and managers here over the years.
"The fans expect us to do well and we're doing that at the minute, but there's a long way to go.
"Everyone knows how hard it is to go to Motherwell and get a win, so the feet are on the ground.
"We came in after the game on Saturday when the boys played terrifically well and the manager says we should enjoy it for the next 20 minutes and move on, because, if you want to be a top player at a top club and win things, that's what needs to happen.
"And that drive and determination is in that dressing-room, so let's hope we can keep it up." 

Competition: Scottish League Cup Quarter-Final
Match: Motherwell v Aberdeen                                       
Date: Wednesday, 30,Oct
Kickoff: 19:45  BST
Venue: Fir Park, Motherwell
Live/Repeat: Live

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