Stuart McCall is big fan of Killie boss Kenny Shiels

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Stuart McCALL is looking forward to meeting up once more with one of his favourite managerial colleagues when Kilmarnock visit Motherwell on Clydesdale Bank Premier League duty today.

STUART McCALL is looking forward to meeting up once more with one of his favourite managerial colleagues when Kilmarnock visit Motherwell on Clydesdale Bank Premier League duty today.

Killie’s outspoken boss Kenny Shiels is free to return to the technical area at Fir Park following a three-game touchline ban for remarks made about referee Euan Norris following his side’s defeat to Inverness on November 3, with another two-game ban suspended until the end of next season.

McCall admits he is a big fan of the Rugby Park boss and said: “Kenny is interesting, I see him at a lot of games and bounce matches.

“He’s a football man, he studies and is enthusiastic about the game and I get on fine with him. We’ve never had a cross word during games and he is always in afterwards for a cup of tea.

“And I will be honest, when I’ve driven home a couple of times from games I have been watching this season I’ve actually sat in the car waiting for his interview to come on, just to listen to see what he has got to say.”