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6 minutes ago, DougJamie said:

These are not normal times and we certainly need the money.... survival is the name of game. However its clear the BOD are not in sync with JG.... 

We might not prepare well for league campaigns but no one prepares better for armaggedon.

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31 minutes ago, proudtobeabuddy said:

The only thing that will soften the blow is getting a couple of new players in to replace kyle, Looks like we need some extra players when we only have 3 outfield players on the bench,

I don’t think they will get any new players in with the money. It will be used to help the club survive the season. Revenue is way down and there doesn’t appear to be a return of fans anytime soon. I can see some clubs folding. 

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4 minutes ago, ALBIONSAINT said:

I don’t think they will get any new players in with the money. It will be used to help the club survive the season. Revenue is way down and there doesn’t appear to be a return of fans anytime soon. I can see some clubs folding. 

I get what you say but going down severely cuts our revenue even further, at least one in would help for the rest of the campaign.

Edited by proudtobeabuddy

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27 minutes ago, ALBIONSAINT said:

I don’t think they will get any new players in with the money. It will be used to help the club survive the season. Revenue is way down and there doesn’t appear to be a return of fans anytime soon. I can see some clubs folding. 

Tend to agree but odd that Dundee  Hearts, Hibs and Dundee United not giving a flying f**k.

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I understand your thoughts but we already have TV Revenue and Season Ticket Money think around 3k sold so we should be better than fake Saints Livi and Accies I would imagine we are fairly prudent re running costs factoring in for the moment no fans allowed we most definitely need strengthening or it could be pretty dire.

I get what you say but going down severely cuts our revenue even further, at least one in would help for the rest of the campaign.

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59 minutes ago, saint in exile said:

Caption competition. What's Ross saying?

JR and JG.jpg

Jim - The fans are seeing you for what you are Jack they have a new nickname for you.. Jack the Rat 

Jack- No way they love me.. did you see the bus load of them at Sunderland after I dropped them in the shit,

Oh Jim !!  have you got young Ethan's number forgot to send him some birthday wishes 

Jim- not on me Jack but i've got big John's and Lee Erwin's numbers here it's their birthday's next week 

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If a club see the potential in a player normally they would offer a contract before they enter their last season so the club have breathing space to negotiate a decent transfer deal if it emerges.  If the player refuses to sign then the club won't play him and put him on the transfer list, concentrate on the existing squad and develop a player in his place.

It appears in the past with prominent players this has not been the case and the club sees players leave for next to nothing.

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4 minutes ago, santaponsasaint said:
6 minutes ago, Sonny said:
True. However all these Clubs are backed by millionaires.

Hibs sacked their kit man to save money. So how does that work. Gordon Scott is also a multi millionaire.

They sacked their kit man and have spent £500,000 on transfers. How does that work?

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41 minutes ago, santaponsasaint said:
42 minutes ago, Sonny said:
True. However all these Clubs are backed by millionaires.

Hibs sacked their kit man to save money. So how does that work. Gordon Scott is also a multi millionaire.

Gordon Scott will not put any more money into St Mirren and therefore will remain a multi millionaire. In fact the reason Kibble are now on board means he gets his money back out faster.

Edited by Yflab

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In June, Hibs made three coaches redundant with Colin Nish, Lee Makel and Grant Murray all leaving the club.

They then asked all players to take a year long pay cut as they were in financial difficulty and facing hard choices to protect their future.

They have since spent around half a million buying players!

Surely this cannot go unchallenged?

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Has this actually happened? The SFA offices closed at 1pm today and doesn't open till Monday, the last day of the transfer window.  Perhaps he failed the medical. What a stramash. 🙃

Edited by rabuddies
Samsung don't recognise stramash.

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