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MarkL

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    MarkL got a reaction from Bud the Baker in Perfidious Albion   
    Stop the season I want to get off
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    MarkL got a reaction from Dibbles old paperboy in Raith v Saints Sat 13th Aug.   
    Hibs next

    Lovely
  3. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from Big Jake in Goody the Legend at Alloa Athletic Thread   
    It's Edinburgh City not Man City

    We could hammer them IF we play well
  4. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from shull in Goody the Legend at Alloa Athletic Thread   
    It's Edinburgh City not Man City

    We could hammer them IF we play well
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    MarkL got a reaction from eastlandssaint in Ryan Hardie   
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    MarkL got a reaction from kevo_smfc in Ryan Hardie   
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    MarkL got a reaction from pozbaird in Stenhousemuir v St Mirren Friendly 9/7/16   
    Last years
    The goal is on Facebook already
  8. Like
    MarkL reacted to BuddieinEK in Dean Shiels   
    Sick bastards.
    It is ok now to mock a disability as long as it is a footballer you don't like?
    Grow up!
  9. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from Scotland in Season 16/17 Home & Away Kits   
    I'm just desperate for a decent strip that will look good on a fat pie like me at fives on a Monday night
  10. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from faraway saint in Rangers To Be Given South Stand   
    Doesn't bother me
    It could be the difference in securing another new player for next season
  11. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from BuddieinEK in Q And A Night With Alex And David   
    You mean 1-3 (;
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    MarkL reacted to buddies1877 in Speculation Thread   
    Get a f**king grip mate he's just passing on info he has.You don't like it don't read it.
    No offence meant but your sounding like a jealous prick
    Just saying...
  13. Like
    MarkL reacted to cambiebud in Alex Cooper   
    Not Lee Mair I hope!
  14. Like
    MarkL reacted to The Real Zippy in Best Renfrewshire Derby Memories   
    Think that was the one where Jim Dick was accused of baring his arse at the scum fans after he scored!
  15. Like
    MarkL reacted to JJ McG in Morton V St Mirren Championship 2/1/16   
    We aren't poor though, we are shite.
  16. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from shull in St.mirren V Morton 20/11/15   
    I'm normally a doom and gloom merchant when it comes to Saints but I have convinced myself we will win 3-1 and Morton will have a man sent off.
    Pure blind faith
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    MarkL got a reaction from TediousTom in Stadium Name Change?   
    From the Daily Ranger
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title. Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title.
    Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    The proposed new name was being kept under wraps last night, but the Paisley Daily Express understands that St Mirren Park will be rebranded Paisley Stadium, or Paisley 2012 Stadium, for two years.
    And if the local authority lands the honour of becoming the UK City of Culture in 2021, Saints chiefs hope the deal will be extended.
    St Mirren chief executive Brian Caldwell said: “St Mirren FC is proud of its roots in Paisley’s history, dating back to the founding of the club in the town in 1877.
    “These proposals would see our stadium playing a key part of the City of Culture campaign and I am certain that our fans will get right behind it.”
    The proposed sponsorship deal will be put before councillors for approval on Wednesday.
    If, as expected, it gets the green light, St Mirren Park, in Greenhill Road, will be renamed to support Paisley’s campaign in the lead-up to the announcement of the winning culture bid in 2017.
    Councillor Mark Macmillan, leader of Renfrewshire Council, said: “We are delighted to have the support of St Mirren for our bid to bring the UK City of Culture title to Paisley in 2021.
    “The club is part of the bedrock of the town’s history and an essential part of the cultural life of the town and its people.
    “We have had marvellous response already to our bid launch a wide range of local people and organisations.”
    The proposed package also includes Paisley UK City of Culture 2021 advertising and branding inside the stadium and on the club’s digital media channels.
    Paisley’s bid for the UK City of Culture title is part of ambitious plans to use the town’s internationally-significant heritage and cultural assets to transform its future.
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    MarkL got a reaction from Scotland in Stadium Name Change?   
    From the Daily Ranger
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title. Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title.
    Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    The proposed new name was being kept under wraps last night, but the Paisley Daily Express understands that St Mirren Park will be rebranded Paisley Stadium, or Paisley 2012 Stadium, for two years.
    And if the local authority lands the honour of becoming the UK City of Culture in 2021, Saints chiefs hope the deal will be extended.
    St Mirren chief executive Brian Caldwell said: “St Mirren FC is proud of its roots in Paisley’s history, dating back to the founding of the club in the town in 1877.
    “These proposals would see our stadium playing a key part of the City of Culture campaign and I am certain that our fans will get right behind it.”
    The proposed sponsorship deal will be put before councillors for approval on Wednesday.
    If, as expected, it gets the green light, St Mirren Park, in Greenhill Road, will be renamed to support Paisley’s campaign in the lead-up to the announcement of the winning culture bid in 2017.
    Councillor Mark Macmillan, leader of Renfrewshire Council, said: “We are delighted to have the support of St Mirren for our bid to bring the UK City of Culture title to Paisley in 2021.
    “The club is part of the bedrock of the town’s history and an essential part of the cultural life of the town and its people.
    “We have had marvellous response already to our bid launch a wide range of local people and organisations.”
    The proposed package also includes Paisley UK City of Culture 2021 advertising and branding inside the stadium and on the club’s digital media channels.
    Paisley’s bid for the UK City of Culture title is part of ambitious plans to use the town’s internationally-significant heritage and cultural assets to transform its future.
  19. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from insaintee in Stadium Name Change?   
    From the Daily Ranger
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title. Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title.
    Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    The proposed new name was being kept under wraps last night, but the Paisley Daily Express understands that St Mirren Park will be rebranded Paisley Stadium, or Paisley 2012 Stadium, for two years.
    And if the local authority lands the honour of becoming the UK City of Culture in 2021, Saints chiefs hope the deal will be extended.
    St Mirren chief executive Brian Caldwell said: “St Mirren FC is proud of its roots in Paisley’s history, dating back to the founding of the club in the town in 1877.
    “These proposals would see our stadium playing a key part of the City of Culture campaign and I am certain that our fans will get right behind it.”
    The proposed sponsorship deal will be put before councillors for approval on Wednesday.
    If, as expected, it gets the green light, St Mirren Park, in Greenhill Road, will be renamed to support Paisley’s campaign in the lead-up to the announcement of the winning culture bid in 2017.
    Councillor Mark Macmillan, leader of Renfrewshire Council, said: “We are delighted to have the support of St Mirren for our bid to bring the UK City of Culture title to Paisley in 2021.
    “The club is part of the bedrock of the town’s history and an essential part of the cultural life of the town and its people.
    “We have had marvellous response already to our bid launch a wide range of local people and organisations.”
    The proposed package also includes Paisley UK City of Culture 2021 advertising and branding inside the stadium and on the club’s digital media channels.
    Paisley’s bid for the UK City of Culture title is part of ambitious plans to use the town’s internationally-significant heritage and cultural assets to transform its future.
  20. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from chalky1 in Stadium Name Change?   
    From the Daily Ranger
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title. Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title.
    Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    The proposed new name was being kept under wraps last night, but the Paisley Daily Express understands that St Mirren Park will be rebranded Paisley Stadium, or Paisley 2012 Stadium, for two years.
    And if the local authority lands the honour of becoming the UK City of Culture in 2021, Saints chiefs hope the deal will be extended.
    St Mirren chief executive Brian Caldwell said: “St Mirren FC is proud of its roots in Paisley’s history, dating back to the founding of the club in the town in 1877.
    “These proposals would see our stadium playing a key part of the City of Culture campaign and I am certain that our fans will get right behind it.”
    The proposed sponsorship deal will be put before councillors for approval on Wednesday.
    If, as expected, it gets the green light, St Mirren Park, in Greenhill Road, will be renamed to support Paisley’s campaign in the lead-up to the announcement of the winning culture bid in 2017.
    Councillor Mark Macmillan, leader of Renfrewshire Council, said: “We are delighted to have the support of St Mirren for our bid to bring the UK City of Culture title to Paisley in 2021.
    “The club is part of the bedrock of the town’s history and an essential part of the cultural life of the town and its people.
    “We have had marvellous response already to our bid launch a wide range of local people and organisations.”
    The proposed package also includes Paisley UK City of Culture 2021 advertising and branding inside the stadium and on the club’s digital media channels.
    Paisley’s bid for the UK City of Culture title is part of ambitious plans to use the town’s internationally-significant heritage and cultural assets to transform its future.
  21. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from Big Jake in Stadium Name Change?   
    From the Daily Ranger
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title. Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title.
    Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    The proposed new name was being kept under wraps last night, but the Paisley Daily Express understands that St Mirren Park will be rebranded Paisley Stadium, or Paisley 2012 Stadium, for two years.
    And if the local authority lands the honour of becoming the UK City of Culture in 2021, Saints chiefs hope the deal will be extended.
    St Mirren chief executive Brian Caldwell said: “St Mirren FC is proud of its roots in Paisley’s history, dating back to the founding of the club in the town in 1877.
    “These proposals would see our stadium playing a key part of the City of Culture campaign and I am certain that our fans will get right behind it.”
    The proposed sponsorship deal will be put before councillors for approval on Wednesday.
    If, as expected, it gets the green light, St Mirren Park, in Greenhill Road, will be renamed to support Paisley’s campaign in the lead-up to the announcement of the winning culture bid in 2017.
    Councillor Mark Macmillan, leader of Renfrewshire Council, said: “We are delighted to have the support of St Mirren for our bid to bring the UK City of Culture title to Paisley in 2021.
    “The club is part of the bedrock of the town’s history and an essential part of the cultural life of the town and its people.
    “We have had marvellous response already to our bid launch a wide range of local people and organisations.”
    The proposed package also includes Paisley UK City of Culture 2021 advertising and branding inside the stadium and on the club’s digital media channels.
    Paisley’s bid for the UK City of Culture title is part of ambitious plans to use the town’s internationally-significant heritage and cultural assets to transform its future.
  22. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from shull in Stadium Name Change?   
    From the Daily Ranger
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title. Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    St Mirren chiefs are set to rename their home ground ‘Paisley Stadium’ in a bid to net the town a prestigious title.
    Club bosses are about to rubber-stamp a £66,000 two-year sponsorship deal with Renfrewshire Council as part of the UK City of Culture in 2021 campaign.
    The proposed new name was being kept under wraps last night, but the Paisley Daily Express understands that St Mirren Park will be rebranded Paisley Stadium, or Paisley 2012 Stadium, for two years.
    And if the local authority lands the honour of becoming the UK City of Culture in 2021, Saints chiefs hope the deal will be extended.
    St Mirren chief executive Brian Caldwell said: “St Mirren FC is proud of its roots in Paisley’s history, dating back to the founding of the club in the town in 1877.
    “These proposals would see our stadium playing a key part of the City of Culture campaign and I am certain that our fans will get right behind it.”
    The proposed sponsorship deal will be put before councillors for approval on Wednesday.
    If, as expected, it gets the green light, St Mirren Park, in Greenhill Road, will be renamed to support Paisley’s campaign in the lead-up to the announcement of the winning culture bid in 2017.
    Councillor Mark Macmillan, leader of Renfrewshire Council, said: “We are delighted to have the support of St Mirren for our bid to bring the UK City of Culture title to Paisley in 2021.
    “The club is part of the bedrock of the town’s history and an essential part of the cultural life of the town and its people.
    “We have had marvellous response already to our bid launch a wide range of local people and organisations.”
    The proposed package also includes Paisley UK City of Culture 2021 advertising and branding inside the stadium and on the club’s digital media channels.
    Paisley’s bid for the UK City of Culture title is part of ambitious plans to use the town’s internationally-significant heritage and cultural assets to transform its future.
  23. Like
    MarkL reacted to beyond our ken in Saints V Falkirk   
    It sickens me to think that loyal saints fans with decades of supporting the team are roundly abused on this forum for telling it the way they see it and telling it like it is
    If people are unhappy with Murray and vent it on here it is because they are passionate and care about the club, it is NOT the fault of fans that the club is not delivering
    The forum is littered with no-mark, no-guts cowards who round on those with a view
  24. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from Kemp in Relegation A Real Possibly   
    Jama our style of play, lack of desire, lack of threat and poor defence is a major cause of concern.
    If we don't strengthen (I pray we do) we won't make the playoffs and get dragged into the fight at the bottom.
    There's no point in saying it can't happen. Look at Morton two years ago
  25. Like
    MarkL got a reaction from Dibbles old paperboy in St Mirren V Livingston Championship 29/8/15   
    Sounds as though we don't enjoy shooting
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