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PremierLeague-News.Com - Hammell says he wants Motherwell to peak against St Johnstone, and will then look at his future

Uk news Stevie Hammell: Motherwell job would be fantastic, but focus is on Saturday PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Hammell says he wants Motherwell to peak against St Johnstone, and will then look at his future

Uk news Stevie Hammell: Motherwell job would be fantastic, but focus is on Saturday PremierLeague-News.Com
05 August 2022 - 10:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Stevie Hammell admits he would love it if Motherwell gave him the manager’s job on a permanent basis, but insists the focus is just on beating St Johnstone at Fir Park tomorrow. Academy director Hammell was thrust into the interim manager’s job last week after Graham Alexander and Chris Lucketti stepped down, with he and under-18 coach Brian Kerr given 48 hours to prepare the side for a 1-0 win at St Mirren in their Premiership opener on Sunday, courtesy of Kevin van Veen's first-half penalty. Having had an association with Motherwell that goes back to 1997, Hammell would love it if he got the nod from the board to continue, but says he’ll look at that next week. Hammell said: “I’m in a position at the club that is a senior football position, and I’m grateful and privileged to be in the position I am just now, and I’m grateful every day for that. “If that is then to progress into the first-team manager then fantastic, if that’s what the club want and they feel it’s the best. “It’s something I’m prepared to do. “But if they feel like that is the best thing for the club then great, we’ll see how that plays out. “I’m in a good role within the club at the minute, but if they feel this is the right decision to make, and they see enough just now, then fantastic.” Hammell revealed after the win in Paisley that he was to speak to chairman Jim McMahon and chief executive Alan Burrows, and revealed: “It was mostly about Saturday and how we see things, and I don’t want it to be anything other than that. Read More Related Articles Stevie Hammell: Motherwell fans can 'bring the noise' and back us against St Johnstone “I want it to be ‘Saturday’. We need to perform on Saturday. Anything after that we can discuss it after the game, or Sunday, Monday or whenever next week. Hammell enjoyed Motherwell's win over St Mirren in Paisley, courtesy of a Kevin van Veen penalty (Image: SNS Group) “Right now, absolutely every thought in my head is how we perform on Saturday. More sports news from across Lanarkshire Accies 'stepped up a level' under Rankin Video tribute to tragic EK star Strachan Gers' McPake facing most important year Ferguson aims to emulate Scotland trio “We had a right good chat yesterday, myself, the chairman and Alan Burrows about how we see things, going forward, and what we can do as a club to improve.

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. “The whole focus this week has just been the game. We’ll get through this game tomorrow, hopefully positively, and then we’ll take it from there. “My whole focus this week has just been this game, and that’s genuine. “Absolutely everything I’ve done this week, and that we’ve done as a group, has been so that we can peak at 3pm tomorrow.” Hammell says while management wasn’t necessarily on the horizon for him, he’s well prepared for it. Read More Related Articles Motherwell's kids are the future of the club, says Stevie Hammell He said: “I’ve been retired four and a half or five years now and I’ve been working. “I’ve not been sitting in the house, trying to network, be on the press or try to get on the radio or the TV, I’ve been working every single day. Hammell says he has spoken to chief executive Alan Burrows and chairman Jim McMahon (Image: SNS Group) “I’ve got every coaching badge you can get. I’ve got them at an early age and I’m improving myself every single day and I have been for years. “I’ve been in charge of the academy in this time, which is a massive responsibility at this club. “As much as being a first-team manager is new, the experience is nothing foreign to me.” All the latest sport news in Lanarkshire Ferguson thanks Accies for career path Tributes for Celtic legend Hughes Toxic fans wrath led to Alexander exit 'Well kids are the future, says Hammell Follow Lanarkshire Live Sport onTwitter via@LanLiveSport, like us onFacebookor find us onInstagramfor the latest sports news, pictures and video.

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