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  1. We used to be a team that were hard to beat. Sound defensively with an ability to keep clean sheets. Now we’re a shambolic unbalanced mess and lack the necessary physicality to survive. The time for change is now upon us and must be made. Forever grateful to Tommy Wright but his time is now up
  2. Hibs & Hearts both removed their respective managers because results were not acceptable. Why are we any different??? Are we hoping that NI come in & we receive compensation rather than having to pay severance.
  3. Battling point. Duffy a lucky boy with the handball. Great finish by Kennedy, Hard to argue against the two reds & the suspensions will hurt us a bit. But please oh please in the name of god can we change the formation. May isolated up front is just not working
  4. Excellent draw. Not sure if they could or would but I’d love to see the club cut admission prices to hopefully encourage a few more through the door
  5. Just watched the highlights & thought Wright’s miss was bad & then I saw Spoony’s. Happy with the three points & it’s hopefully something to build on but one win does not a season make so onto Wednesday & another 3 points please
  6. CLOSE THE EAST, ORMOND & NORTH STANDS Maybe the wrong thread but for matches against teams such as Hamilton with a small travelling support I think we should be moving all the fans into the main stand. The days of filling McDiarmid are sadly long gone and most likely will never return. Even when we play the old firm we’re lucky to get a crowd of 6,500. We’re on a poor run and I’m aware that there are a number of other factors and this is by no means a magic wand solution, but perhaps by gathering the fans in one stand we might be able to create a better atmosphere to support the team. All said knowing that I’m a season ticket holder in the east stand
  7. St Mirren earned a rousing win in Paisley as their first goals in four games ensured St Johnstone remain the only side without a Scottish Premiership win. After a bright start, St Johnstone faded badly and remain rooted to the bottom of the division. Their only win this season in all competitions came against League two side Brechin City in the League Cup group stage in July. This is why his time is up
  8. We’ve two games before the end of the “first round of fixtures” Get someone in sooner rather than later. None of this vote of confidence from the board then lingering on till December then doing it & giving a new manager funds in January to try & give us a chance of avoiding relegation when we’re adrift at the bottom. Do it now, be decisive & give a new manager as much time as possible to address this
  9. I’m sure many will disagree & there will be the usual round of “be careful what you wish for” . What I don’t wish for is to be relegated and that’s exactly where we’re headed at the minute. Forever grateful to Tommy for everything he’s given to St JOHNSTONE but nothing In football lasts forever. Especially in football management
  10. Sacked in the morning. All things end & a change is now needed
  11. “Danny Mullen charges after a flick on, but his shot comes back off the inside of the post. The forward comes so close to doubling St Mirren's lead!“ In a game we need to take something from & St Mirren are the ones looking for that killer second goal.
  12. “What a strike! It's against the run of play, but Jonathan Obika puts the home side in front with an impressive overhead kick. Sam Foley's free-kick causes a stramash in the penalty box, Kirk Broadfoot flicks the ball on and up goes Obika to spectacularly hook it into the bottom corner” How much more. How many times. How many more excuses. Enough is enough. We’ve now given the lowest scorers in the league a goal start and something to defend in the second half whilst we’ll be chasing the game again. 45 minutes for someone to save his job or it’s a case of all good things must come to an end
  13. Finally! Stevie May scores his first league goal from open play for more than 18 months and atones for that missed penalty. He cuts across goal, gets to Danny Swanson's neat flick, and drives the ball into the far corner. GET IN. COYS
  14. Stevie May's penalty is saved by Ross Laidlaw! It wasn't a great hit and the goalkeeper is able to get down low to push it away.Seconds late the ball comes back to May, but this time his shot is blocked. Are you kidding me are you just ****ing kidding me on.
  15. It's a bit of a calamity at the back for St Johnstone. Initially the cross comes in, Saints almost concede an own goal but scramble clear off the line, but the ball gets played back to Joe Chalmers who scores from close range. Concede first AGAIN chasing the game AGAIN