Football - McCall: Small Well squad is no myth

Stuart McCall has laughed off suggestions by Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels that Motherwell only possessing a small squad is a "myth".

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Speaking ahead of tomorrow's meeting between the sides at Rugby Park, Shiels suggested the Steelmen have a "much bigger" squad than Kilmarnock and that the Ayrshire side "can't shop in the same market as Motherwell".

Well manager McCall was keen to avoid a war of words with the often controversial and outspoken Shiels, although he was quick to dismiss the Northern Irishman's views on the size of his squad.

"I find Kenny interesting and entertaining, I have never had any problems with him, unlike a few of the other SPL managers," said McCall.

"I had a little smile when I read his comments, I don't know if Kenny believes everything he says himself - I thought he perhaps had a few too many sherbets.

"Since I arrived at Motherwell, Kilmarnock have always had a bigger squad than ourselves.

"They did lose players in the window and that brought them down to having a similar size of squad as we do here.

"I'm not going to complain about our size of squad though, sometimes it can be a good thing and we have also been fortunate with injuries."

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