BusinessBusiness RecoveryCash-strapped Motherwell calls for shirts

Cash-strapped Motherwell calls for shirts

Administration-hit Motherwell Football Club has asked fans to hand over their replica team shirts ? because it does not have enough to go round.

The cash-strapped Scottish Premier side wants supporters to hand in extra large long sleeved shirts for matches played during the winter.

In return, the fans will receive an autographed short-sleeved club shirt. On its official website, the Fir Park Club said the fans’ response to the SOS has been ‘terrific’.

One fan, Craig Steele, has donated a shirt that will be worn by Phil O’ Donnell, a recent signing from Sheffield Wednesday.

Motherwell, who lay eighth in the league, went into administration in April 2002.

They are managed by former England captain Terry Butcher.

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