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May 26, 2020

POTY 19-20 Voting is Open

The voting for the Tam McGarry Young Player of the Year and B&W Army Player…
August 12, 2019

New era, new promise for Saints?

Good win, and a bright start for St Mirren's new manager. Yesterday's impressive 1-0 win…
July 13, 2019

God, what a mess, on the ladder of success

…Where you take one step and miss the whole first rung”Four games, ten days, sixteen…
July 13, 2019

Is that you in front of me?

Coming back for even more of exactly the same.”It’s odd, the grip that football can…
July 03, 2019

My My, Hey Hey

…It’s better to burn out than to fade away”St. Mirren, as a rule in recent…

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It’s been a difficult last 4 weeks for saints all told. Really really hope the boys can knuckle down and put an end to this 4 game losing streak on Saturday. Even harder to watch when you’re not there to cheer the team on! Anyone else sick of closed doors football yet? 🤢
The defeats to Hibs, Celtic and Dundee Utd in addition to the covid fiasco made for a pretty miserable 7 days for saints last week. Hopefully the squad are in a more positive mindset now the dust has settled and looking to get back to winning ways against Kilmarnock.
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Covid at 9:59pm vs Covid at 10:01pm....
Re Obika on the left wing. I think I speak for everyone when I say.. WHAT. THE. FUCK???
Taking just 1 point from the last available 15 is unacceptable. Relegation form. While there has been glimpses of improvement, it’s a results driven game and we are now on a run of 4 losses. 3 points next weekend against Killie is an absolute MUST.
Disappointing result today. Didn’t see any of the game but seems like 1st half we did ok, but 2nd half completely threw in the towel til the sending off. Tait suspended for 2 games as well. All in all a pretty shite day at the office!!

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📺 Ex-St Mirren and @KilmarnockFC defender Barry McLaughlin joins us on St Mirren TV this Saturday. It's live on for £12.50! Season ticket holders can watch on
Kick-off your weekend with the St Mirren v Kilmarnock match. Be ready Saturday 26th September at 3pm.
The club was sad to hear of the passing of long time Buddie and season ticket holder Joan McGarvey. Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Joan at this difficult time.
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This week's 50/50 tickets are on-sale now! Get yours for the chance to win some cash and support our @StMirrenAcad!!/50-50…
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St Mirren host @KilmarnockFC on Saturday and it's live on and…

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