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Signed up for this last year and delighted that I did.

Had a few copies since and managed to obtain a few back copies also .

An absolute tremendous publication covering all things St Mirren.

Go on,, give it a try, you won't be disappointed.

http://www.saintmirren.net/pages/?p=43696

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Black and White Magazine – Update

AUGUST 16, 2016 BY ADMIN

Black-and-White-Magazine-2016-212x300.jpThe Black and White Magazine team are now actively seeking new members to add to what is a unique magazine in Scottish football.

The Black and White Magazine was first published in November 2000 and in August 2012 it was re-launched, since then it has dropped through the letterboxes of members on an eight weekly cycle adding up to six editions a year.

The Black and White magazine is published by the St Mirren Development Association and all funds raised go directly to the St Mirren Academy and Youth Development Programme.

While present members will be awaiting the delivery of their next issue it isn’t too late for you to become a member and receive that issue too.

For your membership you will get:

* St Mirren’s own full colour magazine posted direct to your home every 8 weeks

* Entry into our bi-monthly prize draw

* Entry to a Christmas bonus draw

* Entry to the close season bonus draw

For only £1 per week* you can become a Black and White magazine member and to get started you will need a standing order form which you can download by clicking HERE.

Once you print the form and fill it in you can either hand it in at the stadium’s main reception or send it to the following address:

Black & White Magazine
St Mirren Football Club
St Mirren Park
Greenhill Road
Paisley
PA3 1RU

For more details please send an e-mail to [email protected] .

* Memberships will be paid by standing order in sums of either £13 (quarterly) or £26 (half-yearly).

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Love this month's interview with Danny Lennon. A true gentleman and rightly, a Saints legend.

Found it interesting that he credited two of his background staff for our cup semifinal win against Celtic...

Austin MacPhee and Steven Turnbull.

Judas the assistant has never been publicly criticised but the snake deserves that much at least.

Tommy Craig and the senior players he recruited caused not only Danny Lennon's downfall at Saints... but our club's downfall into the wilderness years.

Hall of Fame Heroes is the article title.

That title is totally deserved by Danny Lennon.

RESPECT AND GRATITUDE! IMG_20200617_170906__01.jpeg

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On 6/17/2020 at 5:17 PM, BuddieinEK said:

Love this month's interview with Danny Lennon. A true gentleman and rightly, a Saints legend.

Found it interesting that he credited two of his background staff for our cup semifinal win against Celtic...

Austin MacPhee and Steven Turnbull.

Judas the assistant has never been publicly criticised but the snake deserves that much at least.

Tommy Craig and the senior players he recruited caused not only Danny Lennon's downfall at Saints... but our club's downfall into the wilderness years.

Hall of Fame Heroes is the article title.

That title is totally deserved by Danny Lennon.

RESPECT AND GRATITUDE! IMG_20200617_170906__01.jpeg

Thanks for sharing BinEK, 

 

Bit of dust in my eye reading the last few paragraphs!

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