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Caretaker Motherwell boss Craig Brown says he hopes to meet with club chairman John Boyle by the end of the week to discuss his future. Brown arrived at Fir Park along with assistant Archie Knox following the departure of Jim Gannon in December. They were unable to avoid defeat in their first match against Hearts but recorded a 3-0 win over Kilmarnock in their second match before suffering a 2-0 Scottish Cup defeat at Inverness on Monday.

It is felt that Brown has boosted spirits at the mid-table club despite the mixed results, but it has not been made clear whether he has a long-term future and he wants to resolve the uncertainty as soon as possible.

"I have been asked by one or two media people, 'I hear you are here until the end of the season'," he said in the Daily Record. "Well, we haven't had a meeting.

"We are going to sit down with him in the next couple of days - he has said that. He did indicate that he wants to have a bite to eat with us and a chat. We'll get his feelings and he'll take our feelings on board and, as a result of that, there may be some short-term decision, if not long-term decision.

"He just needs to come in and see us or pick up the phone and have a chat, but he has business matters to deal with. I would have thought, if he is going to sack us, he would have come in to sack us."


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