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  1. 13 points
    gc_SMFC

    Kenny Mclean

    Surprised there hasn't been a thread, Kenny's recent form hasn't went unnoticed and he's been called up to the Scotland Under 21's He's been subjected to a lot of criticism for failing to recapture form after his injury, but he's really kicked on this season and looks to be our most likely source of goals from midfield, as well as being capable of creating chances.
  2. 5 points
    Slash

    Kenny Mclean

    Well done Kenny. You deserve the call up. Don't know why John McGinn is also not in the squad in place of 19year old John Herron of Celtic who has played 7minutes as a sub last December against Ross County. Would John Herron be in the squad if he was playing every week for Acrington Stanley? Who is he? FTOF. Exactly!
  3. 4 points
    Hi St Mirren fans, If there are any of you are serving in the armed forces then you can gain free entry to Firhill this saturday Please see details here http://ptfc.co.uk/news/2013-2014/november_2013/free_admission_for_armed_services Thanks
  4. 3 points
    O'Diddums ! O'Haha ! Enjoy the craic O'Dunderhehd and O'Jakey. O'f**kEM !
  5. 3 points
    BuddieinEK

    Kenny Mclean

    Indeed it can but the lad has been plain and simply abused over recent months, and undeservedly so. I welcome opinions... I love discussions and debates... but many of the comments directed towards Kenny crossed a line that personally, I feel should not be crossed. They were abusive and directed towards someone trying his best in the stripes.
  6. 3 points
    Lex

    Kenny Mclean

    Kenny is an absolutely fantastic player who's getting back to his best form after an injury plagued end to last season. I think he may be the most naturally talented player in the squad, there's no one quite like him when he's on form gliding around the central midfield (not wide left Danny!) ghosting into the box and scoring goals. Along with McGowan and Thommo he's been among our top performers this season. I'd be absolutely delighted if we could somehow extend his contract beyond the end of this season, but the way he's playing I think it's rather unlikely.
  7. 3 points
    Here are the 16 men who will do battle tonight; Alan Cassidy Andy Newport Brian Casey David Wilson Ewan MacColl Fraser Torrance Gareth Fairley Gordon Scott Ian Brown Kevin Hamilton Mark Logan Neil Cameron Nicky Fleming Paul Mullen Steven Logan Stuart Cameron I will be down with the bibs and to sort the money out although I am not playing. We have £182 in the kitty, thinking we could as many as possible of us meet for a couple of beers after the ICT game on Dec 7th ?
  8. 2 points
    great night for Scottish football hopefully Milan will fcuk them and finish the job and we wont need to suffer this bigot pish in the Europa league cant wait for ned lennons excuses fcuk him ftof
  9. 2 points
    Think we should invite paul down for a beer at the Christmas night . He's helped out a good few times now because of no shows.
  10. 2 points
    TsuMirren

    Kenny Mclean

    I usually enjoy your comments, but the above is the first time I've not. The forum is about discussion and opinion. Without the sort of discussions you're looking to put an end to we wouldn't need a forum. Kenny did look off his game, lazy and as if his head was elsewhere. Luckily, he's turned that round and it also appears someone told Lennon to stop f**king around with his teams. He does deserve credit for the call up, but he'll know himself that it doesn't mean his revival is complete. Constructive criticism can be supportive.
  11. 2 points
    Does this include the PLO? As long as they don't shout Free Palestine?
  12. 2 points
    Yardley

    Kenny Mclean

    Class is permanent form is temporary! Great player with a wand of a left foot! What I've noticed is the change in work rate. His confidence levels are sky high at the moment - always demanding the ball and picking out some lovely passes as well as getting in to the box more often. Keep it up Kenny!!
  13. 2 points
    isabella v faraway no scratching, biting or calling names may the best bitch win.
  14. 2 points
    HSS

    Shipbuilding Job Losses.

    It could have been a lot worse.This leaves Glasgow as the main ship building area in the UK.Would probably have been shut down if it wasn't for a certain vote taking place next year.
  15. 2 points
    I can lock them all if you want....
  16. 2 points
    Aye, the account of Cyber No 1 will be exterminated.
  17. 2 points
    davidg

    Smfc-On This Day.....

    8 years ago today...............
  18. 1 point
    anything to try to encourage people to go to football has got to be good,maybe faraway will pay 10p and go in for 10 mins on his way to a garden centre with his family ?
  19. 1 point
    saltcoatsbuddie

    Kenny Mclean

    well done Kenny ,just shows you how you don't always have to be on the books of and old firm team, on loan to a league 1-2 side in engerlund to get a call up ,keep up the good work
  20. 1 point
    WeeBud

    Kenny Mclean

    Always, which makes him no different to everyone else playing for us!! Now about that chant of yours for Kenny................
  21. 1 point
    His skulk is over, he's oot gloating.
  22. 1 point
    Bluto and DSS already have theirs for saturday
  23. 1 point
    bluto

    Best Chippie In Saintdom

    Nothing wrong with it. Different derivation from 'Until'....'til.. I read something good... Here it is:
  24. 1 point
    NO...I am a big scaredy
  25. 1 point
    Stevie, you could start a fight in an empty room...............
  26. 1 point
    Isabella do you ever get outdoors?
  27. 1 point
    GD heading for a famous melt down tonight, as dunderheid would say the clock is ticking.
  28. 1 point
    shull

    Best Chippie In Saintdom

    You shouldve purchased 2 pokes.
  29. 1 point
  30. 1 point
    Hmmm, well as that former sellic striker Andy Walker once so contentiously stated, 'if you feel contact you are entitled to go down' Anyway, whatever you think of Walker's interpretation, the view is that way you make the referree call it one way or another. Some call it cheating , some call it gamesmanship, some call it professionalism, or in Young's case, staged slo mo not very good professionalism. Whatever, who cares, it's not leaving the game any time soon , later , never, ever. Just like feigning injury , or time wasting , going down cheaply, waving imaginary cards or intimidating officials , when is it cheating to gain your own side an advantage in a game ? Problem is you have folk in the game that will literally do anything for an advantage in a game. It's a mindset and is unquestionably in every side's preparation and training. This will never be eliminated from the game as the stakes are far too high. This kind of thing goes on in most games every week. Just because it's Ashley Young in a televised game , everyone's ire is up. The hypocrisy around this simualtion thing in football is mind bending.
  31. 1 point
    Wilbur

    Ashley Young, Get Him Banned !

    Another outrageous dive to win a penalty last night. This guy is a serial offender, even David Moyes has acknowledged this in the past. Obviously once a cheat always a cheat, the guy just can't stop himself doing it. Maybe a 6-month ban might act as encouragement.
  32. 1 point
    stlucifer

    The Referendum Thread

    SD. You really appear to be the small minded, deluded pipefitter some on here claim. The SEC have no idea what will transpire IF the country vote no to independence. It would be ridiculous for the police to pay the slightest attention to their predictions unless they felt they were psychic. You love to pick up on statements which have no basis in truth. And to believe that stating the above and using nonsensical jargonism in a veiled attempt to satanise a movement whose sole purpose is to realise the political wishes and historical beliefs of the majority of Scottish people is, in my opinion, as despicable as it gets.
  33. 1 point
    Lex

    The Referendum Thread

    The markets know that ze Germans won't let the Euro fail, and they know that they have the means of stopping it failing. What you're essentially left with is German austerity policies being imposed directly on the citizens of Greece, and indirectly on the citizens of other Eurozone states. Mitterand, the French president who essentially came up with the idea of a single currency did it to prevent the German economy dominating Europe. It's had the opposite effect. Sterling is absolutely the right route for an independent Scotland, it's the least bad of the available three and will be the only viable option for at least a generation. That means a generation of surrendering representation on crucial fiscal matters such as interest rates and levels of quantitive easing. I think you answer your own question there. In Scotland we essentially have the best of both worlds. We, as a people, are among the most represented people on the planet. We all have an MP, an MEP, a MSP and a councillor for every other housing scheme. We have our own legal, school, university and health systems, while retaining representation on English and Welsh domestic policy. We have Scottish MP's in Westminster voting on English education and law policies which have absolutely no impact on the Scottish people. If i was English i'd want independence from Scotland, we are ridiculously over represented in Westminster aswell as having our own parliament, something the English people don't You say we already have almost total control over our domestic matters, and you ask why not have complete autonomy. I think that question should be flipped on its head. We already have all this control, why have complete autonomy? We will lose all our representation in Westminster, we will lose our representation at the top tables of UN and NATO. What will we gain? The only major policy matter we don't have direct control over in the devolved parliament is foreign affairs. Is this what we are willing to give up all the positives that come out of being in the union for? Of course a relatively tiny country like ours will only be able to afford an armed forces similar in size to Ireland. This will mean the full or partial closures of places like Faslane and Lossiemouth and will result in hundreds if not thousands of Scottish armed forces employees losing their jobs as we will not be able to afford them. If you ever visit towns around these bases you'll see just how dependent these towns economies are on military personnel. It seems like we have alot to lose by voting yes, and not alot to gain. Therefore it doesn't surprise me that all relevant polls have a no vote cruising to a comprehensive victory. Regarding the date of the referendum, as i said earlier it has came too soon for Salmond, but he's been a victim of his own parties success. He wanted it in the early 2020's because he knows he can't win before then. However his party won a majority - something which he could never have foreseen - and he's been forced to have it now. After no wins next year, the next referendum won't be before 2030 in my opinion. I can't imagine the Scottish people having the stomach for this long drawn out and boring campaign again before then.
  34. 1 point
    Good shout, will have a quick chat about it when I am down tonight and just get it sorted I think. Even if 20 lads turn up that is still going to be a tenner a head, enough for a couple of pints and a packet of crisps each
  35. 1 point
  36. 1 point
    HSS

    Smfc-On This Day.....

    1985....UEFA Cup R2 L2....H...SMFC 1 Ham...Aye,that'll be right... 2005....Challenge Cup Final....N...Excelsior Stadium....Airdrie....SMFC 2 Hamilton Accies 1. http://stmirrenprogrammes.co.uk/StMirren/STM_Match_Details.php?Season=2005&GameID=3186 The crowd of 9612 is still the record attendance at the stadium. Gus MacPhersons Black And White Army.....
  37. 1 point
    Don't know where QOS were when we played them earlier in the season but right now they are 3rd bottom, played 11 with 12 points. We shouldn't take them lightly but if we continue with our current form we should hump them about 4-0.
  38. 1 point
    Get yer ain patter ya pair o diddies.
  39. 1 point
    zurich_allan

    The Referendum Thread

    A Member State can indeed leave the EU. This has always been possible, although there wasn't a formal mechanism for doing it until 2009. The formal provision for a Member to leave the Union is contained within the Treaty of Lisbon, and essentially calls for a separation agreement to be drawn up and agreed by both the deceding Member and the EU Parliament. Due to existing commitments (trade & political), leaving cannot be an instant thing, it would likely take a year or more to actually draft and have rubber stamped the separation agreement, and would likely be a further two years before the separation actually happened.
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  41. 1 point
    cockles1987

    Best Chippie In Saintdom

    Regal Chippy, Alfie Valdacchie (sp)
  42. 1 point
    HSS

    Best Chippie In Saintdom

    Pierottis?Early 70s?
  43. 1 point
    salmonbuddie

    The Referendum Thread

    Democracy in action, bluto, the people of Scotland elected a party that said they would hold a referendum as part of their manifesto. They're keeping a manifesto promise - another example of how Scotland differs from the UK.
  44. 1 point
    awp

    New St.mirren Mugs (Wee Prize Draw)

    We now have the mugs available to purchase online here http://www.stmirrendirect.co.uk/acatalog/Accessories.html and instore at the Saints Shop at St.Mirren Park. We are open from 10am to 2pm on weekdays. Draw will be made on Friday for the lucky winner of this competition.
  45. 1 point
    That's from Gilmour street mate, buy the return ticket for glasgow to Dumfries and then pay for the paisley to glasgow one one the day. Noticed this also, dunno why this is.
  46. 1 point
    davidg

    Best Chippie In Saintdom

    Or some battering............. Sorry
  47. 1 point
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