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Tony Fitzpatrick - A True Club Legend


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Loved watching him play and really love listening to him talking about St Mirren.

The passion for our Club oozes out of him.

Remember he used to be on The Radio , Q96 , every Friday night. Absolute classic Tony talking total positivity at all times.

He walked passed my Car a few months ago as I was sitting at the lights in Glasgow.

I was awestruck and dumbstruck but I managed a hello which he returned with a smile.

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Not only the best player ever to grace the stripes, but an absolute gentleman as well. Truly a legend.

Difficult to disagree with that . I have met Tony a couple of times and spent a night at a fundraiser sitting at the table next to his , as you say an absolute gentleman , he also has a great sense of humour and just a very decent human being. .

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I find it sad that there is no role for tony at our club. He is an absolute club legend and having him about the place would undoubtedly lift both players and fans. Could tony come in and help Gary from now till the end of the season. Another pair of eyes and a man who can motivate. Just a thought but I would be delighted to see him involved.

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Legend Tony in the Media this morning.

Saying. ...

" I was absolutely gutted when we went down because we aren't just a Premiership Club - we're a top six team.

When I see teams like Dundee, St Johnstone, Inverness, no disrespect, but St Mirren's potential is way above that. "

FITZY IS ANOTHER ST MIRREN GOD

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First nomination to join the board if and when this new takeover bid gets through.Wonderful ambassador for our club.

I liked him as a player and a person and, doubtless, he's a great ambassador for the club, but I'm no so sure about his business acumen. I could well be wrong.

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I liked him as a player and a person and, doubtless, he's a great ambassador for the club, but I'm no so sure about his business acumen. I could well be wrong.

We need a lawyer,banker,businessmen and a football man with a knowledge of how footballers tick.Tony fits the latter and would be a stick on for club ambassador.No business knowledge required but he has worked for himself for a number of years now.

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