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  3. You can’t deny supporting Saints is never dull, you never know what side is going to turn up. However Havana Saint is right, avoiding defeat against Hamilton & St Mirren is vital. We certainly need to rack up some points before the break. Points in general...
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  5. Swifts 2 Rose 0 Deserved win for swifts who were the better team on the day. Second half goals from Connor McLaren and Scott Smith gave swifts a vital 3 points. Next week Musselburgh Athletic come to the Riverside. Kick off 1.30pm
  6. It highlights exactly where we don't want to be. Busy worrying about today's results and new managers elsewhere. St Mirren at home is the BIG one. A lot can happen, however avoiding defeat v St Mirren and Hamilton is imperative.
  7. Barnsley fans seem to love him, got them promoted from League One last season, scoring 80 goals in the league and going unbeaten at home.
  8. Sacked by Hannover 69, resigned from Barnsley after a 10 game losing run, hopefully he carries on that form up here.
  9. Hearts announce Daniel Stendel as their new manager, will take charge of training on Tuesday, with the home game against St Johnstone his first in charge. He left Barnsley earlier this season after a 10 game winless run.
  10. They have zero points in the league away from home,so we should have enough to get past them.
  11. Cagey

    Killie v Saints

    A bit more highlights on SPFL YouTube but you would think Killie dominated. We still looked like.we struggled with balls in the box.
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  13. Buffalo gold slot machine, bring on the gold coins.
  14. Cagey

    Free week

    Another free week . Will have to be content with watching the results come in & hope that there are wins for Aberdeen,Killie, Motherwell & draw between Hamilton & St Mirren.
  15. I'm sure he went around 8 games and only scored in one, a hat trick at home to United.
  16. Linky

    Killie v Saints

    Bring MacLean back! May needs balls played through the middle, but we’ve become a side with strong wingers instead. Ironically, I think Kane played better against Killie than May has all season.
  17. I remember an in form 2014 Stevie May being utterly horse if played up top on his own.
  18. If there is anywhere in football that May should be given leniency and time to recapture his form, if able, it's at Mcdiarmid.
  19. Cagey

    Killie v Saints

    Aberdeen couldn't get the best out of May. I think Tommy was hoping a return to McDiarmid would see a miraculous return to goal scoring but I think his horrendous injury has restricted him.
  20. Linky

    Killie v Saints

    Awful game. Neither side could string many passes together. Killie really didn’t look up for it. Defence looked stronger, especially with Booth, although we lost Tanser’s ability going forward. O’Halloran played well, and so did Kane. Good to see Craig back. The rest of the midfield was quite poor. I think the players were told to shoot on sight, which meant we didn’t create much as any time we got close to goal, someone had a shot well wide. Good to have a clean sheet, and happy to see some players dropped so they know that they need to improve. I wonder, however, whether Tommy doesn’t know how ti get the best from May so he’s put him on the bench.
  21. I thought they got a trophy .
  22. Yep, I do agree with most of that. The failure to capitalise on interest at the time of the cup final was absolutely criminal, and the club has been very slow to embrace online ticketing (just as it always has been with anything online). I've never had a single email from Saints, but I regularly get emails from random English clubs who I bought a ticket from once seven or eight years ago. But I would still say that the club's actual achievements speak for themselves - not just financially, but on the pitch. I think it could be argued that Saints are a well-run club because they've managed to stay successful and competitive despite all of the flaws we all recognise. If we go down, my view on that would probably change. I wouldn't really agree with the previous comment about us being left behind by Motherwell. For as long as I've been following football Motherwell have always been an up-and-down club, with a few good seasons here and few bad seasons there. Perhaps that's basically what Saints are now too - and to be honest I'm good with that, as long as the bad seasons don't involve relegation.
  23. Try and attract people to buy season tickets. We had 15,000 fans at the Cup Final, thousands at the parade, you have over 6000 coming to every European game. At all that, I never once seen anyone be handed a form for season tickets. Theres still not a database for fans, I buy online tickets and it doesnt store your information, I always click to revieve offers etc. through my email, again, nothing. Half season tickets advertised on FB, surely me as a online ticket buyer who is giving them my email address every week and asking to recieve offers is a prime candidate to be told about that? Not a single email. Our transfer strategy, and how its implemented, is still a disaster. This Summer simply forced into the spotlight how it works, in terms of scouting/negotiating. A competent club doesnt lose, arguably four, first team defenders in one window and replace them with a kid who's never played a senior game, and a loanee the manager has watched once. A lot of our players have been signed through the same agency, and most aren't found by scouting, just by tip offs from agents (Drey Wright, for example, was through Allan Preston). Financially, you cannot fault the club, but it's wrong to be suggesting they're succeeding at other parts. We've been a top flight side for a decade now, and in terms of cash at the bank are in the top three in the entire country, we seem on course to whittle that all away.
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