Uk news Well are 'there to be shot at' as they target top-six Premiership spot again PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Boss Graham Alexander has warned that rivals will be gunning for the Steelmen this season

Uk news Well are 'there to be shot at' as they target top-six Premiership spot again PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Boss Graham Alexander has warned that rivals will be gunning for the Steelmen this season

Uk news  Well are 'there to be shot at' as they target top-six Premiership spot again PremierLeague-News.Com
24 June 2022 - 12:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Motherwell boss Graham Alexander has warned his side will be there to be 'shot at' in the Premiership next season, and will have to work hard just to stay in the top six. The Fir Park club are back in pre-season training this week ahead of their trip to a training camp at Obertraun in Austria from July 3 to 10. That's in preparation of a two-pronged attack on the Europa Conference League qualifiers and their Premiership campaign. Motherwell are preparing for the first leg of their second qualifying round tie on July 21, against either Wales' Bala Town or Irish side Sligo Rovers, and are scheduled to kick off their Premiership campaign at St Mirren on July 30. New signing Stephen McGinn took part in today's training session at Dalziel Park (Image: SNS Group) Boss Graham Alexander says strengthening is important this summer, but also that his side is ready and prepared for the challenge ahead. Read More Related Articles Motherwell sign Hibernian defender just days after new deal was agreed He said: "When we came in during January [2021] we were bottom and finished eighth, so we wanted to try and improve again, which was top-six, and we managed to achieve it. "I think even just doing the same again, we have to improve.

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. Motherwell boss Graham Alexander (centre), assistant Chris Lucketti (left) and head of medicine and performance David Rhodes during the training session (Image: SNS Group) More sports news from across Lanarkshire Awards double for Motherwell star Accies groundshare with Clyde big boost First Scotland U21 call for Lowry EK boss quits game after violent assault "I think there are only a couple of teams above us who would be content in that position, but everyone below us will want to try and be higher - that's natural. "There will be stiff competition as there was last season, but we can't just go into next season thinking we'll keep cracking on, and it will happen again. New head of goalkeeping, Andy Dibble, was in training with Motherwell (Image: SNS Group) "We have to mentally re-set, that next season will be a bigger challenge. Read More Related Articles Motherwell boss looks to strengthen squad and 'keep players on their toes' "We've proved that we can compete at the top end of this division, with our performances over the last 10 months, so we're there to be shot at. "We're going to have to come back and work exceptionally hard to get in that top six again." All the latest sport news in Lanarkshire Ange call gives Celts duo title medals New role for ex-Well player Rangers' Lowry signs new deal Celts thrashing a Euro warning for 'Well Follow Lanarkshire Live Sport onTwitter via@LanLiveSport, like us onFacebookor find us onInstagramfor the latest sports news, pictures and video.

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