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14 minutes ago, Wilbur said:

Ok, let's warm up for next season, 

"One Toyosi Olusanya, there's only  one Toyosi Olusanya, .........  "

 

“Give me a T!”

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Well that was 1st today, thought it would have been last week....in 4 one which could be exciting but need to wait and see. Few others on way....




English please? 


I took it as


Well that was 1st today,
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As in there could be more today? Seems shite though.


thought it would have been last week....

Thought this would have been announced last week?


in 4 one which could be exciting but need to wait and see.

In for another player which could be exciting, but need to wait and see?! Like every f**king potential signing, no?


Few others on way....

More players potentially coming in.



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52 minutes ago, Mainstand Sweary Mob said:



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I took it as


Thought this would have been announced last week?


In for another player which could be exciting, but need to wait and see?! Like every f**king potential signing, no?


More players potentially coming in.

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Indeed.

A "No shit Sherlock" collection of statements.

Remind you of anyone?:whistle

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5 hours ago, JJ McG said:

Matt Butcher set to become a free agent on the 30th of June, us, Motherwell and a number of English clubs are interested.

Butcher would be an excellent signing but would put any remaining Gogic chat to bed. Think Portsmouth who are his hometown side are linked so you'd imagine they'd be favourites.

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From the SUN .....

 

St Mirren are poised to land Aussie wing-back Ryan Strain from Israeli champions Maccabi Haifa.

SunSport understands the highly active Saints are awaiting clearance confirmation for a potential free transfer switch for the Coventry-born ace who took Australian citizenship and previously starred for Adelaide United.

But they look set to beat off stiff competition from a number of English teams and at least one top flight club here.

Ex-Aston Villa youth Strain made 14 appearances for title-winners Maccabi Haifa last season.

Now, though, it’s believed he’s keen to hook up with Stephen Robinson’s Saints and become their SIXTH summer capture for the 2022-23 campaign.

And the Buddies are very hopeful of sealing a deal they would regard as a coup.

Strain was called up by Australia a year ago for World Cup qualifiers against China and Vietnam but didn’t feature after suffering a hamstring injury in training.

However, he believes moving to Scotland and a strong start in the Premiership can give him a late chance of yet making Graham Arnold’s squad for the finals in Qatar in November.

The 25-year-old joined Maccabi Haifa a year ago and featured for them in the top flight, domestic cup and Europa Conference League qualifiers.

The Israeli giants are due to face Olympiacos next month in the Champions League second round qualifiers.

Strain, though, is keen for a UK return and Robinson – working closely with new chief operating officer Keith Lasley and recruitment chief Martin Foyle for a dramatic squad revamp – would be thrilled to land him.

The ambitious Northern Irishman, determined to make the Paisley outfit strong top six contenders, should learn if the player’s coming within the next few days.

St Mirren have already signed attackers Toyosi Olusanya from Middlesbrough and Jonah Ayunga from Morecambe, midfielders Mark O’Hara and Keanu Baccus from Motherwell and Western Sydney Wanderers plus keeper Trevor Carson from Dundee United.

Robinson – who worked wonders in charge at Motherwell, including two cup finals and a place in Europe - replaced Aberdeen-bound Jim Goodwin in February but then saw the side suffer a downturn in form and drop into a fight for safety which they only secured late on.

However, he’s determined to make sure there’s no repeat in the new season and instead wants Saints pushing hard for higher places and decent cup runs.

Robinson – who will take his squad to Northern Ireland for pre-season training and friendlies - is also still working on other possible signings.

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All this makes for really good reading and once again I eat another slice of humble pie of jumping on the SR not good enough train.

It certainly does seem that he isn't going to be messed around with players taking time whether they have other contract offers or waiting possibly for other ones coming in. It would appear you either want to play for him or you are out. I actually like that attitude.

Also like the fact he is getting them in ASAP so the 'new' team gels for the start of the season.

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1 hour ago, Sonny said:

From the SUN .....

 

St Mirren are poised to land Aussie wing-back Ryan Strain from Israeli champions Maccabi Haifa.

SunSport understands the highly active Saints are awaiting clearance confirmation for a potential free transfer switch for the Coventry-born ace who took Australian citizenship and previously starred for Adelaide United.

But they look set to beat off stiff competition from a number of English teams and at least one top flight club here.

Ex-Aston Villa youth Strain made 14 appearances for title-winners Maccabi Haifa last season.

Now, though, it’s believed he’s keen to hook up with Stephen Robinson’s Saints and become their SIXTH summer capture for the 2022-23 campaign.

And the Buddies are very hopeful of sealing a deal they would regard as a coup.

Strain was called up by Australia a year ago for World Cup qualifiers against China and Vietnam but didn’t feature after suffering a hamstring injury in training.

However, he believes moving to Scotland and a strong start in the Premiership can give him a late chance of yet making Graham Arnold’s squad for the finals in Qatar in November.

The 25-year-old joined Maccabi Haifa a year ago and featured for them in the top flight, domestic cup and Europa Conference League qualifiers.

The Israeli giants are due to face Olympiacos next month in the Champions League second round qualifiers.

Strain, though, is keen for a UK return and Robinson – working closely with new chief operating officer Keith Lasley and recruitment chief Martin Foyle for a dramatic squad revamp – would be thrilled to land him.

The ambitious Northern Irishman, determined to make the Paisley outfit strong top six contenders, should learn if the player’s coming within the next few days.

St Mirren have already signed attackers Toyosi Olusanya from Middlesbrough and Jonah Ayunga from Morecambe, midfielders Mark O’Hara and Keanu Baccus from Motherwell and Western Sydney Wanderers plus keeper Trevor Carson from Dundee United.

Robinson – who worked wonders in charge at Motherwell, including two cup finals and a place in Europe - replaced Aberdeen-bound Jim Goodwin in February but then saw the side suffer a downturn in form and drop into a fight for safety which they only secured late on.

However, he’s determined to make sure there’s no repeat in the new season and instead wants Saints pushing hard for higher places and decent cup runs.

Robinson – who will take his squad to Northern Ireland for pre-season training and friendlies - is also still working on other possible signings.

The buds are in a good place on and off the pitch it seems.

Training ground starting to look really good with all the work getting done too.

Its all kibbles fault.

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