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  1. What we can say about Bryson is that his pass to put May through for Conway’s goal was brilliant, exactly the service May needs.
  2. NEW PODCAST: Saints historians Alastair Blair and Brian Doyle have been busy once again - this time charting the sixty greatest Saints of all time. Alastair was kind enough to come on the WAP podcast to talk about the new project - unveiling some amazing stories and stats about the club's history. Listen now at https://shows.acast.com/weareperth/episodes/correcting-sir-alex-ferguson Read more about the book and find out how to pre-order at https://www.weareperth.co.uk/?p=1029
  3. Hi guys, Had a message from the producers of A View From The Terrace, who are looking to do a film on Saints' 2014 Scottish Cup win. Message from the guys below: BBC Scotland football show, ‘A View From The Terrace’ are working on a new unique short film that brings together the voices and memories of monumental moments in a club’s history. A celebration and reminder of the universal moments of football that bring us together, from those on the pitch to those in the stand and even those who for whatever reason couldn’t be there one the day.If you have a story about the 2014 cup final that you are willing to share get in touch, taking in the silly, the stupid, the heartfelt and the emotional. Send us a paragraph with your tale of the day and if selected you will be required to take part in an online interview via Zoom in the next few weeks. If you're interested, email chris@studiosomething.co
  4. In the third episode of the WAP podcast I was joined by Ross County fan Adam Inglis to preview Saturday's game, look back on last season's head to heads and evaluate the Premiership's young Scottish strikers as the new season heats up. https://shows.acast.com/weareperth/episodes/the-richie-brittain-derby Be sure to subscribe to us on your usual podcast app using this link - https://feeds.acast.com/public/shows/5f3bb3b117105520fa2c6001
  5. In the second in the new series of WAP podcast I was joine by the forum's very own @Kyle to discuss the past two home matches, tomorrow's visit of St Mirren, Steven Maclean, Morten Gamst Pedersen and Joe Shaughnessy's long throws. https://shows.acast.com/weareperth/episodes/gazing-wistfully-at-steven-maclean
  6. In the a new series for The Twelfth Man we profile The Legends XI - Saints’ Scottish Cup winning team. We start with #1: Alan Mannus. https://twelfthmanmedia.com/alan-mannus/
  7. Hi guys, We've partnered with The Twelfth Man (https://twelfthmanmedia.com/) - the new home of Scottish football fan media - to produce a range of new Saints related content. I'm pleased to say that part of that will include an occasional WeArePerth podcast. Episode one is available now, in which I'm joined by Aberdeen fan Glen Schreuder to chat about the coronavirus fiasco, Aberdeen's squad for Thursday's match, Saints' blend of youth and experience and pre-match predictions. You can listen to it at https://shows.acast.com/weareperth/episodes/we-are-perth-does-podcasts-our-first-episode Alternatively, to subscribe to our podcast feed on your phone/other device click this link - https://feeds.acast.com/public/shows/5f3bb3b117105520fa2c6001 You can also copy and paste that link into your chosen podcast player to subscribe. It will also be available through Spotify as well as Google and Apple's podcast services in the coming days. Thanks, and hope you enjoy! Jamie
  8. With three days before the start of the new season - and Saints due to visit Tannadice in the 2020/21 opener - a reminder of a few things you may have forgotten about our near neighbours during their extended absence from the top flight... https://www.weareperth.co.uk/2020/07/29/dundee-united-four-things-you-may-have-forgotten-about-taysides-second-team/
  9. https://www.weareperth.co.uk/2020/06/21/callum-davidson-the-only-saints-manager-who-can-make-judy-murray-cry/
  10. Jamie,

    Why am i suddenly getting all comments on Wap on my E.Mails

  11. Mackay, Anderson, Wright, Easton. The back four that won the cup – and one of the best defensive units in recent Scottish Premiership history... Steven Anderson - Tributes to a legend. https://www.weareperth.co.uk/2020/05/21/steven-anderson-tributes-to-a-legend/
  12. We've compiled a quick top five most memorable Saints games under Tommy Wright. Feel free to pitch in your top picks! https://www.weareperth.co.uk/2020/05/02/tommy-wrights-top-five-games-as-st-johnstone-manager/
  13. NOW LIVE - The full 2015/16 season is now archived on www.weareperth.co.uk. A fourth place finish and a League Cup semi-final were among the highlights of this campaign. We've picked out some of the best bits in the thread below! Saints opened the league season with a seven goal thriller at Tynecastle. We may have lost 4-3, but what a way to start the campaign. This was one of several high scoring games Saints were involved in throughout the 15/16 season. WATCH NOW - https://www.weareperth.co.uk/2020/04/18/hearts-4-3-st-johnstone-scottish-premiership-august-2-2015/ Michael O'Halloran came to prominence in the first half of this season - was this at Ibrox his best in a Saints shirt? Saints dominated then-Championship side Rangers and ran out 3-1 winners in this League Cup clash. WATCH NOW - https://www.weareperth.co.uk/2020/04/23/rangers-1-3-st-johnstone-league-cup-september-22-2015/ Just days later, a great game at McDiarmid. Zander Clark made his debut following Mannus's red card. Despite falling behind with 10 men, goals from Simon Lappin and Graham Cummins saw Saints win and ended Jackie McNamara's Tannadice tenure. WATCH NOW - https://www.weareperth.co.uk/2020/04/20/st-johnstone-2-1-dundee-united-scottish-premiership-september-26-2015/ The next game was even better - possibly the best performance of the decade? Craig, Shaughnessy and Maclean (2) all scored but the pick of the bunch was Brian Easton's sensational first-half volley in a 5-1 win at Pittodrie. WATCH NOW - https://www.weareperth.co.uk/2020/04/27/aberdeen-1-5-st-johnstone-scottish-premiership-october-3-2015/ Murray Davidson scored two virtually identical goals as Saints racked up another high-scoring away win, this time a 3-0 victory at Tynecastle. WATCH NOW - https://www.weareperth.co.uk/2020/04/27/hearts-0-3-st-johnstone-scottish-premiership-march-19-2016/ Saints went unbeaten after the split - the pick of the bunch being a 2-1 win over Celtic at McDiarmid Park. The Hoops' back line did not cover themselves in glory as Steven Maclean and Graham Cummins netted for the home side. WATCH NOW - https://www.weareperth.co.uk/2020/04/20/st-johnstone-2-1-celtic-scottish-premiership-may-11-2016/
  14. Try clearing your browser history/cookies etc. It should all be on to the secure server now.
  15. I’ve seen that argument quite a bit and I'm not sure I buy it. First off-where’s the evidence hearts have a pile of cash to spend? Secondly, what quality of players are they going to get coming in for an eight game sprint where the most likely outcome is playing next season in the Scottish championship? Hearts already spent a whack of money in January and it didn’t help them one iota. The bigger issue is that the likes of St Mirren and Ross County and Hamilton could lose big parts of their squad in June. But again, where are they going to go in the short term? And it’s probably easier for them to retain parts of their squad than for Hearts to bring in a better quality of player. You have to assume as well that if, day, St Mirren manage to extend someone’s contract to August they’d still be able to move on for next season if they wanted to.