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  1. Colts in bottom league

    Beyond a joke this idea is still being lorded around. Benefits no one apart from SP giving their young players more competitive games 19/20 year olds playing in League 2 are not likely going to be good enough to play at a World Cup Final Blatant bribery of lower league clubs to go against wish of their fans by guaranteeing crowd money Say it isn't but it's clearly a way to keep a Rangers and Celtic presence if they ever piss off to another league. Requires 11/12 top flights to vote for it then 75% from rest of the leagues. As a club moving towards fan ownership, if St Mirren don't canvas supporters for how they'll vote my SMISA membership will be immediately cancelled and my season ticket not renewed. Don't mind if a vote comes out yes to colts, as long as there is one. Not a threat, it's something that I feel that strongly about.
  2. Kenny McLean

    What an original response
  3. Kenny McLean

    Does anyone have any actual information (facts) on the transfer? As far as I can tell there is no information from either club if the deal was percentage profit or percentage of next sale. I don't think it'll make a great difference though, the funds are pocket money either way.
  4. The 3 Monthly Spend

    Meant what would happen to the ladies team as it seems that they are counting on it!?? I don't think they're counting on it too be honest. They will be able to raise funds through a number of means. Pretty sure it'll pass anyway.
  5. January 2018 Transfer Window

    No need to apologies.
  6. January 2018 Transfer Window

    It would be a lot easier not to if people didn't respond directly back to me saying the exact same thing over and over...
  7. January 2018 Transfer Window

    Same point as people messaging back to me over and over again saying what about XY & Z. I can read and I can take the points. Doesn't mean i have to see them 15 times.
  8. January 2018 Transfer Window

    I didn't, I said I'd agree with bringing in a striker and you said you disagree with everything I said.
  9. January 2018 Transfer Window

    So you disagree with bringing in a striker then?
  10. January 2018 Transfer Window

    Nope not at all. Just frustrating that people think my point about a new cb isn’t valid then use the same arguments I’m using for the ST position. Also frustrating that people can’t read basic English. I’ve said several times that I’m for a new striker as well, just more worried about an injury to a CB.
  11. January 2018 Transfer Window

    You’ve just copied points other people have said. What’s the point if not to Change my opinion. You have your opinion I have mine. You think we need to improve a strike force with more than 30 goals between them more than we need another CB option fine. You think we couldn’t attract a cb that could challenge for a start but could a striker fine But why post the same thing again if not to try to get me to agree with you? Pointless
  12. Kenny McLean

    Maybe if we're 2 or 3 nil down in the game we could let him score a hat-trick to add a wee bit to his value
  13. January 2018 Transfer Window

    Still more people that will not rest until I change my opinion No reason apart from competition, injuries and suspensions you mean? Said several times I would not want to move Eck from LB because he's much more effective there. A new striker would be 4th choice also or Mullan would be moving down the pecking order so yet again that is not an argument for not bringing in a CB. I fully appreciate that a different forward player off the bench can change a game but there is also times when a CB or defensive player is a necessity. It's happened a good few times this season where we've had to bring on a CB. Also said several times that emergency loan could be an option but it's my own personal opinion that I would rather have a permanent option training with the team. Why do people feel the need to try and change this? Or not see how a CB training regularly with Davis, Mac and Baird would be better than someone in the door on a Thursday and playing Saturday? I don't understand the 4 CB point at start of season? JR brought them all in on at least one year contracts so he clearly seen some benefit then in having four CB options for the full season (Davis wasn't going to be out the full year)? If anything I think that's more important now we're chasing a title. Especially if Davis can't play on certain parks, Mac has had very little game time, Eck is injured and one of the back-up options is Irvine who also has played very little. Three fit defenders, two of which have had more than one long-term injury in the last two years. Yet you can't see why I might have a point about another CB option? I don't want to change anyone's opinion but people completely dismissing it is pretty crazy to me. I'm for the striker option, they're not related IMO. I think it would be good to have another option but there has been several games this season where we've had to bring on a CB. Imagine the situation where someone gets injured then Baird, Davis or Mac get a red card, injury or really under perform. We would be reliant on moving a player out of position (If Eck is back fit) or Gary Irvine. If the choice is between a new striker and a CB it's not obvious. It's a matter of opinion. My opinion is based on the fact we have three of the top 10 top scorers in the league on our books and the goals against stats when Davis isn't fit. Bottom line is there's an argument both ways.