Hamilton player-manager Martin Canning was relieved to see the team beat Motherwell 2-0 to give him his first taste of victory as player-manager.
Lewis Hamilton is the richest sportsman in Britain with earnings of £88m, as Wayne Rooney moves into second on £72m.
Hamilton player-manager Martin Canning reacts to his first win as boss, along with Motherwell counterpart Ian Baraclough.
Hamilton player-manager Martin Canning tastes his first win since taking charge with victory over rivals Motherwell.
“Well are going down,” chanted the jubilant Hamilton support as their team finally ended a 13-game run without victory in an enthralling Lanarkshire derby. They may have been a tad premature in bidding their local rivals farewell to the Premiership, but Motherwell are certainly in dire straits.
Ian Baraclough believes mental strength is key to Motherwell avoiding the drop from the Scottish Premiership. The club are in the relegation play-off spot, 12 points behind seventh-placed Lanarkshire rivals Hamilton whom they visit tonight in the first of five post-split games.
Hamilton Accies have a doubt over Ziggy Gordon ahead of Friday’s Scottish Premiership clash with Motherwell.
BBC Sport's review of the Irish Premiership features Glenavon's win over Portadown which sealed a top three finish for Gary Hamilton's side.