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  1. Speculation Thread

    Some interesting suggestions here:- http://www.thefootballlife.co.uk/post/173092296615/st-mirren-summer-scouting-report-2018
  2. Punt or Keep - Summer 2018 edition

    A lot will depend on any sell-on windfall from John McGinn's transfer from Hibs (if that eventually happens). Only then will we know what we have to work with and who we can afford to replace.
  3. Punt or Keep - Summer 2018 edition

    Thanks goodness you're not the manager.
  4. Atmosphere in the Stadium

    How about a 10ft high fence/netting fitted at the front edge of the 4 stand roofs. It won't help the atmosphere, but it might help stop the balls being regularly booted out of the stadium. I counted 4 out of bounds last night - while Shull was counting his planes.
  5. Speculation Thread

    I think we should take this brief opportunity to speculate before JR acts to equip us with the personnel to cope with the anticipated challenges of the Scottish Premiership. He usually does not give us much time to speculate - going on his record since he became manager. Is it just me - or do you feel a little bit peeved at not having all summer to speculate? A bit of a spoil sport I would say!
  6. Saint Mirren V Livingston 14 April

    To be honest - the celebrations were the highlight of the day and well done to all the players and coaching staff over the season. It has been a momentous 15 months or so. From the greatest ever escape last season to stumbling over the line to the Championship this season. However, we will have to strengthen for next season. While we did threaten Livi in front of goal especially in the second half, we were regularly outplayed by them in the middle of the park. We persisted in heady 'keepy upy' for long stretches of this match despite the fact we have one of the smallest forward lines in the Championship. We regularly lost out on 50-50 situations and we will pay for this in the top flight next season unless we address this "shortfall". McGinn and Magennis helped us to salvage a point along with McKenzie, but this performance did not make for pretty viewing.
  7. Saint Mirren V Livingston 14 April

    "A glorious 0-0 draw against Livi will clinch it on Saturday - it's the St Mirren way." You read it first on the Dundee United v St Mirren thread on Tuesday.
  8. Saint Mirren V Livingston 14 April

    We are second best here - disappointing
  9. Dundee Utd v St Mirren, 10th April 2018

    I was not having a dig at JR - I can appreciate why he has not meddled with things in the great scheme of things - if it's not broke, don't fix it. But perhaps we are becoming too predictable and a bit jaded as the season progresses.
  10. Dundee Utd v St Mirren, 10th April 2018

    As has been said by many posters on several previous occasions - we only seem to have a plan 'A', played by the same team, with little variation in formation. Perhaps it's time to freshen things up a bit.
  11. Dundee Utd v St Mirren, 10th April 2018

    A glorious 0-0 draw against Livi will clinch it on Saturday - it's the St Mirren way.
  12. Buddievision - poor value for money

    BuddieVision still have not addressed the poor quality of picture which they provide. At yesterday's game, the camera shots from behind the goals were so much sharper than those from the main camera at the side of the pitch. Is it not time that BuddieVision invested in more modern equipment? The supporters deserve better.
  13. The Jack Ross and James Fowler Appreciation Thread

    Grow up guys - this is becoming infantile and so predictable.
  14. Attendances in the Championship

    Says the man with 27,932 posts on the BAWA forum.
  15. Attendances in the Championship

    The fans who have turned up this season can be proud of their team and the support they have given them especially at away matches. However with a population base of 176,000 in Renfrewshire, it could be argued that the greater Paisley area does not deserve St Mirren. The Buddie Buoys and the Buddie Bears are a strange sectarian breed.