50yrs a Saint

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50yrs a Saint last won the day on October 8 2017

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  1. Authorities have altered the transfer window for this season, so I've no doubt that they would give clubs leeway if there are difficulties with new strips
  2. Admin - apologies as this is not directly Football Club related I am a member of the Board of Trustees of The St Johnstone Community Trust (Saints in the Community) and togther with others was going to be raising funds for them by completing the Dundee Kiltwalk in August this year. Due to the Coronavirus crisis the event has been cancelled but has been replaced with a Virtual Kiltwalk over the weekend of 3rd to 5th July. Over that weekend I will be walking 25 miles around the Viewlands, Oakbank, Cherrybank and Western Edge areas if Perth. Others are completing their own challenges. The St Johnstone Community Trust are a stand-alone charity based in Perth & Kinross. Using the draw of football, programmes are provided which promote physical activity, education and better health and wellbeing. Their projects include, but are not limited to: Recreational and Developmental Football for kids School Education programmes on Racism and Healthy Eating Unemployment programmes for young adults Multi-sports activities for adults with learning disabilities Football for adults with Mental Health & Wellbeing struggles Walking Football for older adults Football Memories for adults living with dementia At this time, the charity finds themselves in a very challenging financial situation due to their income-generating activities being put on pause. In spite of this, the charity recently launched their Give & Go: Community Support initiative to provide assistance to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. https://dundeekiltwalk2020.everydayhero.com/uk/st-johnstone-community-trust Please visit our page and consider a donation to the Trust. Thanks in Advance Colin MacKay
  3. Should read Race Night, and not Rave night as stated in my original post, before some buy tickets and end up disappointed hahaha
  4. Saints in the Community, who are a registered charity, and who raise their funds, independently of The Club, for their various projects supporting people of all ages across Perth and Kinross, are holding a Fundraising Rave Night on Sat 15th of February at McDiarmid Park, and tickets and sponsorships are still available. Please see the advertising poster, and support the event in any way you can. Apologies to anyone upset at this going on Saints Football Chat
  5. There is a Hall of Fame Board in main reception and there have now been three formal Hall of Fame Dinners in the Concert Hall, which were well advertised on Web page. The last two involved supporters votes and, certainly in the last one, voting slips were also available at home matches at McD. Can't see how anyone missed this.
  6. The one more could be a free agent left back after the window closes
  7. Remember what you made that comment about Random?
  8. I ordered a jacket and polo shirts (not Saints gear) two weeks ago on the Friday. Stuff all arrived on the Monday afternoon and completely satisfied
  9. With Fulham's promotion to Premiership now confirmed I believe there is now a much greater chance they will release George Williams, which could play into Saints' hands.
  10. Given that Wright has just turned 23, is a product of Colchester's youth system, and was offered a new contract by them, is there a possibility we will be due them a fee?
  11. Wouldn't want Stokes anywhere near our club. The baggage he brings with him, with his links to and attendance at pro IRA functions, makes him, in common with the open sectarianism displayed by supporters of both sides of the Old Firm, the biggest part of what is wrong with Scottish Football
  12. Abiding memories of Macca will be his cup final goal, that injury time winner at Easter Road, and hopefully the winner against Dundee this week, sinking them deep into a relegation dogfight.
  13. Kyle McLean also on International Duty with N.Ireland U21s
  14. https://mobile.twitter.com/ManUtdFinland/status/911544345202954243/video/1 Wearing 26. Looks a class player does Willock. Great dribbling and passing for first two goals on this clip, then great composure to lob the keeper for his own goal. Welcome to Saints Matty