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Everything posted by Liason909

  1. I'm alright with this personally. I don't expect miracles however.
  2. I'd love to see Billy back but like many people would have questions to ask about whether he can maintain the work rate that he once did.
  3. It was me that owes you a fiver Brian because I arrived a bit late!
  4. Hi guys, please accept my apologies, I ended up rather ill yesterday and the game completely went from my head. I feel like a complete tit!
  5. I have a massive purple welt from where Brian nipped me on my arm. Cheating bastard.
  6. Eh? It is true :S. I'm down about 70 quid in petrol to prove it.
  7. Leave me alone And i still went the next bloody day too!
  8. Commentator's exact words "st mirren are being ripped to shreds."
  9. Scratch that, I do appear to be on the list no ive checked teamer on the computer rather than the phone.
  10. Maybe tam, but the way the votes are going your pain merits a man of the match award.
  11. Enjoyed that tonight guys, feel like I'm getting fitter every week and noticeably less puffed out and running a lot more. Couple of good goals tonight too from a few folk. Also I'm definitely up for the hospitality idea. Sean Edit: I liked those borrowed boots too.
  12. Hello folks! Unfortunately I was mugged in spain and my number has been blocked and I never had the chance to accept my teamer invite. However I am still available to play tonight!
  13. Evening folks, I've been locked out of teamer apparantly! I'd like to confirm my attendance however?
  14. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/26998800 Who the f**k is Paul McLean?? From the BBC: Paul McLean's opener after only 13 seconds sent St Mirren on the road to victory over sorry Hibernian despite playing for 60 minutes with 10 men. The midfielder pulled the trigger following a Steven Thompson knock down inside the penalty box. McLean set up Paul McGowan for a clinical finish after 15 minutes. Buddies captain Jim Goodwin was sent off after a flying challenge on Kevin Thomson, but they held on to drag Hibs firmly into the relegation zone. The win lifts St Mirren level with Terry Butcher's side, who slip to eighth place behind Kilmarnock as three points now separate the five teams looking to avoid a play-off that would lead to the losers playing in the Championship next season. More to follow.
  15. So....we send the U20s out against 'well?
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