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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Motherwell boss Graham Alexander says captain Declan Gallagher could return to training on Monday ahead of Wednesday's trip to St Mirren. The Steelmen are reeling after back-to-back defeats to Hamilton Accies and St Johnstone and Alexander now has an injury list as long as his arm after Allan Campbell and Mark O'Hara missed the game through non-Covid related illness. After the 3-0 defeat to St Johnstone yesterday, the Motherwell gaffer described their plight as "frightening" with 12 first team players out, including skipper Gallagher and central defender Bevis Mugabi. Read More Related Articles Angry Motherwell boss warns they are in relegation dogfight after St Johnstone reality check They are first-choice picks, but he is hopeful of Gallagher being on the way back, while he'll discover over the next few days if Campbell and O'Hara recover from their undisclosed illness. Motherwell's injury list on their website On how his squad is shaping up for Wednesday, Alexander said: "Stephen O'Donnell was suspended [against St Johnstone], so we'll welcome him back. "Allan Campbell and Mark O'Hara are ill so I hope they get over their illness. "Declan Gallagher might be training next week, he might not, I'm not sure.
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. "This result shows that, but if we haven't got them back then we certainly have to improve on what we showed against St Johnstone."
Allan Campbell being out for Motherwell is a major blow
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The Motherwell gaffer added: "We have lost some big players, certainly this week. "But we have to deal with that.
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There's some good players in there and they've shown in fits and spells we've had enough to win games of football against some good opponents." Motherwell face St Mirren on Wednesday, kick-off 6pm in Paisley.
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