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Just now, Eric Arthur Blair said:
12 minutes ago, Bud the Baker said:
Chalmers - signed for £20k , sold for £124k! (Ooops already mentioned by Yflab )
Currently resides in Seedill Rd.

He owns a flat in Seedhill, he doesn't live there.

I stand (well sit actually) corrected!

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49 minutes ago, DougJamie said:

Image result for Peter leonard St Mirren For me. This guys namesake , and he certainly did this 6 yards out...............

I count big Peter as a friend but there is truth in what you write. A better ball player than he looked but not a goalscorer or tackler.

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49 minutes ago, Bud the Baker said:

 Kenny McDowall would be a candidate for the list if not for two games - the Cup win on May 16 1987 and scoring the winner at the season opener at Ibrox in 89/90.

Kenny McDowall had two of the best elbows in the game during his time!

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1. Derek Scrimgeour

2. Robert Dawson

3. Bobby Law

4. Sergie Baltacha

5. Marc McAusland

6. John Potter

7. James Marwood

8. Kevin Twaddle

9. Mike Conroy

10.  Steve Kinsey

11. Jim Gardner

 

Subs:

Fraser Wishart

Jim Stewart

Alan Irvine

Mark Reid

Callum Ball

 

Manager: John Coughlin

 

A truly awful St Mirren squad with an equally awful Manager.

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10 hours ago, alshboy said:

1. Derek Scrimgeour

2. Robert Dawson

3. Bobby Law

4. Sergie Baltacha

5. Marc McAusland

6. John Potter

7. James Marwood

8. Kevin Twaddle

9. Mike Conroy

10.  Steve Kinsey

11. Jim Gardner

 

Subs:

Fraser Wishart

Jim Stewart

Alan Irvine

Mark Reid

Callum Ball

 

Manager: John Coughlin

 

A truly awful St Mirren squad with an equally awful Manager.

That team has Scottish League two in the lower half written all over it :unsure:

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21 hours ago, St.Ricky said:

Kenny McDowall had two of the best elbows in the game during his time!

He was a hardly cnut not a great player though

We seem to get the worst of part deals those days

Sinclair for Lexy wtf

Mackie for Cowboy double wtf

Mad Monk for Alan Logan plus we paid them 45 grand

Charley and Elliot for Shaw and McWalter plus a shitload of cash

Have we ever got the better of a swap deal?

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23 hours ago, The Original 59er said:

Paul Chalmers

mmmm

Scored a few goals for us and got into double figures in the top flight. Also helped us on the way to winning the Scottish Cup. His goal at Cappielow where he sneaked behind O'Hara in anticipation of him playing it back to the keeper was genius and he persevered to score a classic winner that day also.

Not the silkiest player, obviously, but he scored goals.

Edited by zico

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12 hours ago, alshboy said:

6. John Potter

 

Regular stalwart in one of the most successful Saints side for over a quarter of century, including being captain.

There were far far worse defenders that played for us over the years.

Edited by zico

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23 hours ago, Bud the Baker said:

 Kenny McDowall would be a candidate for the list if not for two games - the Cup win on May 16 1987 and scoring the winner at the season opener at Ibrox in 89/90.

Yeah. Apart from that he was actually pretty awful.

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Grant Adam

Sander Puri

Jon Robertson

Thomas Reilly

Paul McQuade

Jake Caprice

Djemba-Djemba

Stephane Bahoken

Adam Campbell

Josh Magennis

Alan Gow

Isaac Osbouren

Keiran Sadlier

Emmanuelle Sonupe

Scott Agnew

Cameron Howieson

Pal Fjelde

Paddy Cregg

Nick Hegarty

Dougie Imrie

 

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After been blessed with the likes of the 3 Franks and Doug Somner for the previous few years any new CF would 

have a lot to live up too, sadly for Chalmers he just wasn't in the same class as any of those guys, but TBH the whole 

team was on the slide by then even though we won the cup in 87.

 

still he certainly doesn't deserve to be on this list, not the best but far from being one of the worst..

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1 hour ago, freddy said:

Grant Adam

Sander Puri

Jon Robertson

Thomas Reilly

Paul McQuade

Jake Caprice

Djemba-Djemba

Stephane Bahoken

Adam Campbell

Josh Magennis

Alan Gow

Isaac Osbouren

Keiran Sadlier

Emmanuelle Sonupe

Scott Agnew

Cameron Howieson

Pal Fjelde

Paddy Cregg

Nick Hegarty

Dougie Imrie

 

A bit hard on Thomas Reilly who just didn't fulfill his early potential.

Some I have forgotten!

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7 hours ago, windae cleaner said:

He was a hardly cnut not a great player though

We seem to get the worst of part deals those days

Sinclair for Lexy wtf

Mackie for Cowboy double wtf

Mad Monk for Alan Logan plus we paid them 45 grand

Charley and Elliot for Shaw and McWalter plus a shitload of cash

Have we ever got the better of a swap deal?

We did swap Ian Ferguson for near a million squidlies.

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7 hours ago, windae cleaner said:

He was a hardly cnut not a great player though

We seem to get the worst of part deals those days

Sinclair for Lexy wtf

Mackie for Cowboy double wtf

Mad Monk for Alan Logan plus we paid them 45 grand

Charley and Elliot for Shaw and McWalter plus a shitload of cash

Have we ever got the better of a swap deal?

Peter Weir for Ian Scanlon plus cash? Devastated at the time but turned out good.

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