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7 minutes ago, Drew said:

I can't see past Utd now.

McDonald is a very good signing for them. Falkirk be better up there, too, and I reckon Dunfermline could surprise a few folk. I think ICT will be there or thereabouts.

We need at least two significant signings if we are to compete for a play-off spot. I can see us scrapping it out in mid-table with Livingston, Morton, and QotS, though.

Want to take me on in a bet? Loser buys the coffees, throw in a KitKat (2 fingers only, times are tough...) I predict Scott McDonald at United, Rory Loy at Falkirk, and John Baird at ICT will all score more league goals than anyone at St Mirren. If any St Mirren player scores more than any one of those three - you win.

Remember... I bet responsibly with Bet FFS... the world's premier online miserable basturt' betting company. When the fun stops - stop buying a fcuking ST.

 

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37 minutes ago, pozbaird said:

Want to take me on in a bet? Loser buys the coffees, throw in a KitKat (2 fingers only, times are tough...) I predict Scott McDonald at United, Rory Loy at Falkirk, and John Baird at ICT will all score more league goals than anyone at St Mirren. If any St Mirren player scores more than any one of those three - you win.

Remember... I bet responsibly with Bet FFS... the world's premier online miserable basturt' betting company. When the fun stops - stop buying a fcuking ST.

 

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Do you reckon I'm a mug:lol:

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1 hour ago, Luther G. Presley said:

Let's be honest, the top 2 will be Dundee Utd and Falkirk, probably in that order, we will be fighting it out for the other 2 play off places with Inverness, Morton and possibly Dunfermline. QOS, Livingston and Dumbarton will be near the bottom trying to avoid the relegation playoff spot, and Brechin will be well adrift at the bottom with a record low points total.

 

 

I go with this view as far as the top end of the league and where we might finish.

Livvy might do better than mentioned.

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We beat Falkirk, lay down a marker then last seasons confidence could carry us far..... but do we have a player that can get 15-25 goals- See there for me is the issue, we need a front man and it sure isn't Sutton..... Yes he will get some goals but not nearly enough- Look at Yards and Bazza under Tom, won us so many games

I see Caley got John Baird and QOS kept Dobbie, now either or both of them and there is a true mark of intent.... We are light upfront

 

I just thought I ought to give you some of this to chew upon... image.jpeg.66dae37462641a7ac98466b0c14247a2.jpeg

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On 3 July 2017 at 9:15 PM, munoz said:

Shamelessly stolen from P&B , how do you see our season panning out ? 

  1. St Mirren 
  2. D Utd
  3. Falkirk
  4. Inverness 
  5. Morton
  6. Dunfermline
  7. Dumbarton 
  8. Qos
  9. Livingston
  10. Brechin

Would be nice .

 

 

So far so good .

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Just now, pod said:

A reflection of before. :rolleyes:

Reflection on preseason thoughts and how the mid-season position differs. Many of us didn't see Gavin Reilly being the sensation he's been. Many included Harry Davis in their thinking, not knowing he'd be out til the middle of November. Some would have been unsure whether McShane could provide the creativity Mallan gave us.

And almost everyone had Falkirk being right up there challenging - nobody foresaw their struggles.

End of season will bring different reflections... 

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Want to take me on in a bet? Loser buys the coffees, throw in a KitKat (2 fingers only, times are tough...) I predict Scott McDonald at United, Rory Loy at Falkirk, and John Baird at ICT will all score more league goals than anyone at St Mirren. If any St Mirren player scores more than any one of those three - you win.

 



Don’t think any of us would have predicted we had a striker that would score more than those 3 mentioned above..combined!

Funny to look back and see quite a few (myself included) thought we would struggle for goals this year!!

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5 minutes ago, foxbar_bud said:

 


Don’t think any of us would have predicted we had a striker that would score more than those 3 mentioned above..combined!

Funny to look back and see quite a few (myself included) thought we would struggle for goals this year!!
 

 

He did say league goals. Currently Dobbie the Jobbie leads by 1. No sign of John Baird or Rory Loy.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/scottish-championship/top-scorers

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He did say league goals. Currently Dobbie the Jobbie leads by 1. No sign of John Baird or Rory Loy.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/scottish-championship/top-scorers


Yep

But he didn’t mention Dobbie, he said McDonald, Loy and Baird.

Gav has scored double those 3 combined

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16 minutes ago, whydowebother said:

Bump

Makes good reading.

Some predictions turned out not bad, some fecking miles off, that's what predictions are, especially at the start of a season.

Mines was:

St Mirren

Livingston

Dunfermline

Dundee United

Morton

Inverness

QOS

Dumbarton

Brechin..............................who are better than 4 points. :lol:

 

 

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On ‎7‎/‎9‎/‎2017 at 11:16 AM, elvis said:

No chance we will be no where near it. 

 

On ‎7‎/‎9‎/‎2017 at 11:17 AM, elvis said:

I agree with your assessment of us but I think we will be lower than fifth. 

If you're gonna bump, do it completely. :P

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