Sir Matt Busby's 100th anniversary hounoured with match

01 September 2009 06:03
Busby remains one of Lanarkshire's most celebrated sons and as part of the celebrations, North and South Lanarkshire Councils have jointly announced the launch of a Sir Matt Busby scholarship programme.[LNB]The scheme will allow adults and youths within the Lanarkshire community to take the first steps in emulating Busby by providing them with free coaching education.[LNB] Related ArticlesSport on televisionMotherwell will 'play fair'Rooney thriving under pressureWenger: United tactics worse than divingFerguson insulted by squad questionsAll profits generated from this weekend's game will be invested into the scholarship.[LNB]Motherwell, meanwhile, have completed the loan signing of Charlton's former France Under-21 captain Yassin Moutaouakil.[LNB]The 23-year-old right-back moves to Fir Park on an initial six-month deal.[LNB]Moutaouakil joined Charlton just over two years ago, reportedly fighting off interest from the likes of Barcelona, Lazio, Everton, Aston Villa and Celtic.[LNB]But he failed to hold down a first-team place at The Valley and, following a trial at Portsmouth, has been allowed to move on.[LNB]Motherwell manager Jim Gannon told his club's official website: "He's had a frustrating couple of seasons and hasn't played as much as he would like and he needs now to get out and play and, if you like, showcase his talents.[LNB]"I think this is a fantastic opportunity for him to come to Motherwell and the SPL and, at the same time, brilliant for us to have such a talented player in our squad.[LNB]"He's the type of player who will give us an attacking option from full-back and our expansive style will suit him. Typical of French players, he's technically good, a great athlete with great pace.[LNB]"He'll also give us more depth and the additional security of having more players in the pool."[LNB][LNB] 

Source: Telegraph