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Everything posted by andyswann2007

  1. sorry, don't know what that means. translate?
  2. If you were asked what the average crowd was for our home games this season (without getting your calculator out), what would you say?
  3. Please don't be so hard on him. We knew he was always injured. Yet we signed him. And yes hes injured. Not his fault at all. Did his insurer pay his wages? We don't know, but if they did, we're happy Cos then he cost us nothing. Er. well, except the cost of the soap to wash his strips. Lol, not much then!
  4. What about Iain Munro or Peter Weir?
  5. Is it possible to block someone on this forum? Could someone point me in the right direction?
  6. thought this was a football forum. this is a pile of pish.
  7. I don't like the new stadium. Other than the main stand it's cold, bleak, tight on space, and dull. That's part of the problem. Also, the football "product" on offer is similarly dull and un-entertaining and nowhere near value for the admission price. The biggest factor for me, though, is the fans. We're all miserable moaning gits who won't ever be happy.
  8. Cheaper to watch Rangers than St Mirren? Only Hibs charge more for tickets? That's embarassing.
  9. Let's not over complicate things and keep it simple. Murray is well out of his depth.
  10. I was lucky enough to be at both legs. In my opinion, they were one of the best teams I've seen. Movement off the ball was fantastic and some players with real skill. And their fans were really friendly. 28 years ago, surely not!
  11. I don't know if Alex Miller's involvement would've helped us this season, but its his approach to football that would put me off. His spell managing our club produced some of the most depressing football I've seen and I certainly wouldn't want to see it again.
  12. Hmm, I have read the online comments. I have stood on the terraces and I've sat in the stands. I've watched the teams at home(s) and away. I know when our squad has struggled. I know when the players have had to fight for their jobs and i know when they've excelled. I've watched good managers and I've watched bad, listened to the managers who motivate us and those who don't. I've been there when managers lift us up and I've been there when they rip us off. Tommy Craig, where do you think you fit? Good or bad? Right or Wrong? I would love to hear you tell us, without you having to send out a press release. Come on, tell us if you're with us or not. Are you our manager? Or are you just taking the cash, performing badly and don't give a toss. A "yes" would be good, but a "no" would at least be an answer. Waiting.......
  13. I'm not keen on organised boycotts. However, I stopped throwing my money away paying to watch a manager and squad who aren't committed earlier in the season. Perhaps I'm less of a fan than those who continue to turn up and all credit to them for doing so, but I'll wait til things change before I come back.
  14. Yeah, I know I'm old. But can anyone explain what this means?: Play New Match Attax Trading Card Game With Your Buddies This Season! What? ffs! That is news! I dont have a clue!
  15. That's a bit harsh. I watched Marwood once last season, playing for Gateshead against Hereford. I don't remember him. For me, thats enough to say he can't step up. No harm to the guy, but he's not good enough for us.
  16. Luckily, I've only been a Saints fan for 38 years, so IOBS has a few years on me! I would agree that we are very likely to be relegated this season. In my opinion, the club's management is inadequate. However, I would love to be proved wrong.
  17. My mistake, that's even worse. The people who make these decisions are out of touch. I guess fans paying to see games are less important than the money made from other revenue streams.
  18. £18 for a friday night game shown on TV. That's ridiculous.
  19. I don't think its the worst time to watch the team. We've had much worse to put up with. For me, the Alex Miller era of boring football lasted a lot longer and I found it hard to follow. This current spell, though, may be the most boring. Unexciting signings, very little news, official website dull, product on the field awful. I don't feel motivated to turn up and watch it.
  20. I like the flexi ticket idea. I can't justify spending what I used to spend on season tickets and now only go to games when I can afford it. I would definitely buy a flexi ticket if the prices were similar to those above. I understand the argument, however, that season tickets holders may prefer to "down-grade" and I guess this would put the club off the idea. At the same time, I sort of agree with Shull. Having been to quite a few junior games over the last couple of years, I've got used to paying a more realistic price to watch football. The standard of football on offer in the SPFL, combined with the generally uncomfortable or unpleasant grounds doesn't match the current attendance price. I'd like to see the club experiment with a different pricing structure, as that may help sway the occasional attender.
  21. Hmmm, far too early to make extreme suggestions about TC and his team. First two results not good, but who knows whats round the corner? My only problem so far is that the manager has stated publicly that he doesn't know why his team aren't performing. Two quotes after our last two games: “Someone tell me how we lost that game. Anyone, as I have no idea.” "We started brightly but never dominated and it's difficult to put a finger on the reason why" Sorry if this sounds obvious but how about, "they scored and we didnt"? Come on Tommy, stamp your authority on the team!
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