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  1. A massive thanks to everyone who turned up (despite the heavy rain) today in Erskine and supported the St Mirren Fans Squad against M**ton Fans.. Plenty of money was raised in aid of Cancer Research and we even managed to hammer the "mighty" Ton 4-0. Cheers to Hugh McMillan (photos below) & Allan Picken for taking photos of today's game and a huge thank you to the volunteers (Zoe, Amy, Kiara etc) who went around selling programmes and raffle tickets for the charity. #COYS
  2. Sunday 19th March 2017 St Mirren Fans v Morton Fans Park Mains High School. 3:00pm All in aid of Cancer Research UK. The Saints Team will be managed by League Cup Winning Manager Danny Lennon! while the Morton team will be managed by Ex Ton duo Alex Williams and Peter Weatherson. All for a great cause folks Get down to Erskine and show your support for the Fans Team while raising money for charity... COME ON YE SAINTS!
  3. Next St Mirren Manager - Merged

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-3822785/Jack-Ross-lands-St-Mirren-job-serve-notice-period-Alloa.html "Kilmarnock's demand for compensation killed off a late move for Assistant Manager Lee McCulloch"
  4. Welcome Jack Ross

    John Potter?
  5. Next St Mirren Manager - Merged

    According to a journalist from the Alloa Advertiser. Saints officials were at the Indodrill Stadium yesterday.... Ross for Boss?
  6. Next St Mirren Manager - Merged

    When he left QP, he went to Rangers for a bit working in their youth academy. He joined East Kilbride last year as Assistant Manager but I'm not sure if he's still there
  7. Next St Mirren Manager - Merged

    http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/local-news/saint-mirren-latest-former-club-8881890?platform=hootsuite Former Nottingham Forest and Derby County boss Billy Davies also held talks with the club last night. Meanwhile, Gus MacPherson remains the frontrunner in the betting for the Greenhill Road hotseat. MacPherson has admitted he understands why he has been heavily linked with a return to Paisley. But he has stressed that no contact has been made between himself and the club. John Hughes and Jack Ross are still among the early favourites, while Clyde manager Barry Ferguson has seen his odds cut overnight. Ferguson was previously linked with the position prior to Alex Rae being appointed last December, but remained at Broadwood with the League Two charges. Other names that have entered the fray included famed former Buddies midfielder Billy Stark and ex-Celtic stalwart Peter Grant, with the former currently assistant manager to Darren Young at Albion Rovers.
  8. Help me ID the 20s

    #6 Dylan McKendry #8 Nathan Flanagan #16 Andrew McDonald
  9. Let's Stick Together.

    I take it Shull is away on holiday and St Ricky has taken over the role of Pointless Thread making until he gets back ;)
  10. Rae Must Go!

    http://www.heraldscotland.com/sport/14741287.Tony_Fitzpatrick_in_plea_for_unity_as_he_backs_Alex_Rae_to_turn_St_Mirren_around/?ref=rss
  11. The Alex Rae Interviews

    Saints continue to wait for their first win of the league season after losing to Queen of the South. Manager Alex Rae gives his thoughts. He said: “We’re obviously in a difficult place. We’re conceding goals with considerable ease at the moment and it’s not the young ones, it’s the senior ones who are causing the problems. Unfortunately we’re making it very difficult for ourselves. We equalised and we allow them to just waltz up the pitch unopposed and get a tap in. It’s extremely disappointing. “We created a couple of chances in the first half where their keeper pulled off a couple of decent saves. We need to remain positive. When I was at Dundee, we started the season exactly the same the opening five games without a win and we finished third so we know we can turn it round.” Today’s results means Saints are now bottom of the table and the fans made their displeasure known during and after the match. The manager added: “I can understand people’s frustration, I’m as frustrated as anyone. This has got nothing to do with tactics, this is purely down to individuals who, unfortunately, are crumbling under a bit of pressure.”
  12. Rae Must Go!

    Saints continue to wait for their first win of the league season after losing to Queen of the South. Manager Alex Rae gives his thoughts. He said: “We’re obviously in a difficult place. We’re conceding goals with considerable ease at the moment and it’s not the young ones, it’s the senior ones who are causing the problems. Unfortunately we’re making it very difficult for ourselves. We equalised and we allow them to just waltz up the pitch unopposed and get a tap in. It’s extremely disappointing. “We created a couple of chances in the first half where their keeper pulled off a couple of decent saves. We need to remain positive. When I was at Dundee, we started the season exactly the same the opening five games without a win and we finished third so we know we can turn it round.” Today’s results means Saints are now bottom of the table and the fans made their displeasure known during and after the match. The manager added: “I can understand people’s frustration, I’m as frustrated as anyone. This has got nothing to do with tactics, this is purely down to individuals who, unfortunately, are crumbling under a bit of pressure.”
  13. The Alex Rae Interviews

    St Mirren manager Alex Rae was relieved to see his side make it to the last 16 of the IRN-BRU Cup this afternoon having fought back from a two goal deficit against Albion Rovers in Coatbridge. He said after the match: “We’re just pleased to be in the next round. The positives are we have got Rocco [Quinn] some minutes and Gary [MacKenzie] some minutes and we had an opportunity to look at one or two things and we’ll assess over the next couple of days, when we watch the footage again, what we can take from it.” Saints found themselves behind early and the manager is looking for better from his players. He said: “The fact of the matter is if you defend like that it leaves a lot to be desired. We need to do so much better. I’m not wanting to pull the wool over anybody’s eyes, it is nowhere near what we are looking for. “It [the return of Quinn and MacKenzie making his debut] gives us options as obviously we are a wee bit short on the ground but we need to dig in because we are playing through a patch just now that is becoming difficult.” Under-20 player Andrew McDonald had his first outing as a first team player. Alex said of McDonald: “We wanted to have a look at him as he done well through the week with the reserves [under-20 side] and it gave us an opportunity to see him.” With the game going to extra-time it was a long debut outing for MacKenzie who also played through the week. Alex said: “He played 75 minutes in the reserves the other day, we thought we may well have got it done by 90 minutes but obviously had to play another 30 which wasn’t ideal because it runs the risk of injury but it’s in the bank now and so that is a positive.”
  14. Perfidious Albion

    Ben Gordon is also suspended for this game so looks like Webster and McKenzie could play at Centre-Half
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