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kevo_smfc last won the day on June 7 2019

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  1. Seems a little similar to Popescu, where the agent has tried to bag a few extra quid. As soon as that happens, relationships break down and its no longer about wanting to play for the badge. Jim would have had a list of players and like I would imagine, you fail with one target, you move on to the next without looking back. I'm glad the club stood their ground. As you mentioned, a player that would have been our highest earner, as a striker would have to be a guaranteed goal machine to justify his worth.
  2. Is there any clarification over how many people will be allowed to watch PPV. Is it only to the total of last season season tickets total, or is it an unlimited amount of people? The only reason I ask this is because of the difference between paying £12.50 per PPV vs what a season ticket holder has paid per game for season.
  3. Defence options currently look like this: Left back: Tait/ At a push Erhahon Centre Half: McCarthy | Shaugnessy | Baird | If needed Foley | If needed Sheron Right-back: Tait | Baird | MacPherson | Flynn (when fit) To me, the most pressing position is left-back, with the others covered not as bad as first looks. Keeping McCarthy and Shaugnessy fit and free from suspension will be key in the middle. Agree we need a striker and that will most likely be worked on as we speak. Wouldn't surprise me if its another loan player with the season so close to starting.
  4. Is Shaughnessy the next defensive target following any potential deal for Gogic gone?
  5. Apologies if this has been posted elsewhere. 25 year old Mitch Rose, a box-to-box midfielder most recently with Notts County is a target accordingly to one of the tabloids. He is the brother of Spurs player Danny Rose. On the subject of strikers, could we possibly run with Obika, Morias and one more (hopefully Jakubiak) if budget was stretched? There may be one or two midfield options who can play high up off the one striker as an alternative option? I'm not sure if there is potentially a striker within our reserves who could make up a 4th striker position. Morias gives us flexibility in games to either move out wide or partner Obika. A player with similar attributes would be good.
  6. Some of the best memories at Love Street are of your PP days. Outstanding performance. 10/10 every week. Leap like a salmon!
  7. I read something from earlier that said Celtic were willing to take a £1m hit on prize money to vote through the last proposal of league reconstruction back in 2013, the one that we knocked back along with Ross County. It was a terrible idea the whole plans at the time, instead of just adding more teams to the top flight, they wanted to break the top divisions into 3 mini league part way through the season.
  8. The 11-1 vote is a complete joke. Only to please the old firm. It should be down to a majority vote out of the 12 clubs or a fairer percentage of clubs rather than seeing either side of the old firm kicking it out.
  9. I've been following these guys on Facebook. Some really cool stuff.
  10. I've said it before and I think this is the only fair outcome, especially for clubs in the lower leagues. It's what they do with the predicament of either awarding Celtic the title or making season null and void with no champions, which I think should be more of a challenging hurdle to get over.
  11. I think it is the reality now. The pool of players available and good enough/ready in Scotland is shrinking. I think this was something the board and manager identified, hence our link up with the company that provides stat resources to players across Europe. We can certainly try and bring players into our youth set-up, though until they are ready its a bit of a waiting game. Nick McAllister was a player we picked up from Queens Park in the summer. Hasn't quite made his way into the first team yet though.
  12. Time will tell Ricky. I am sure there has been discussions been all parties over possible future ventures and it will move at its own pace. As the deal is due to completed at the end of next year, I wouldn't expect any change to act immediately once the deal is complete. I'd imagine phased improvements will happen over the next couple of years, whether that is cosmetically or through workforce in the community.
  13. Why didn't you re-join SMISA for a couple of weeks at least, attend the meeting the other week and raise all of these doubts you have at the Q&A? Do you honestly think the people that have St Mirrens best interests at heart would put such a proposal forward if it never had St Mirrens best interests at heart to grow? Feeling like a record player, though if you think this proposal was dreamed up over a couple of weeks and had no scrutiny behind it, carry on thinking like that. Thankfully you are a minority that has nothing positive to say.
  14. Kibble are a separate entity. I could understand your argument if a fan paid 300k to SMISA. I don't claim to know the whole ins and outs though surely it makes logical sense, that Kibble taking a percentage to go on the board is more beneficial, as this is a long-term commitment for them, for what they propose to provide in resources to the club? Remember...51% is a majority and that is what SMISA will have if Kibble agreement goes through. In my personal opinion, it is more appealable to have an experienced organisation join the board, especially when they have resources there to help build the clubs future. Whatever your opinion, this has not been an overnight proposal.
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