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St Mirren v Aberdeen 15/12/18


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1 hour ago, Jack the lad said:

Naw, the stripes need to be broader for this season!

He might be able to put on a few stones before January.  That would widen the stripes. 

Anyway... Not his sort of climate here in Scotland. 

Back to the match.. Hope it is on.  Hope people can travel safely.  Hope we get a point or three. 

COYS

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7 hours ago, St.Ricky said:

He might be able to put on a few stones before January.  That would widen the stripes. 

Anyway... Not his sort of climate here in Scotland. 

Back to the match.. Hope it is on.  Hope people can travel safely.  Hope we get a point or three. 

COYS

Hope, like the Hearts game we have some stability in midfield and start with McShane in there.

Suppose a lot depends on if Ferdinand is fit to start which could decide what formation we use.

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1 minute ago, waldorf34 said:

This should be off, expecting people to sit outside  with temperature  of 2C. The pitch will be hotter!

Don't ever move to Green Bay !!! 

We all have a choice but yes the crowd will be affected on what already is traditionally a poor weekend attendance wise. Ricky won't be pleased as his projected average dips ! That said the crowd would be a darn sight worse if postponed until a Tuesday night in February. It's Scotland in winter, the weather is a total lottery we just have to adapt even if that includes taking a personal decision to give it a miss.

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Little flakes in North Berwick. Light snow too.

 

On my way to watch our little lambs run about like sheep and get pumped by the shaggers.

 

We need to sign Ralph and Sam to keep the coyotees at bay.

 

Anyone remember them. That was some central defence.

 

See you all there

 

 

 

 

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It’s light rain in Paisley, this game will be on.

I guess we will lose again, but stranger things have happened.

Maybe if we only lose by one and Dundee get pumped in Kilmarnock we can move back up above them...



This is probably the most optimistic prediction so far on this thread.
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1 hour ago, East Lothian Saint said:

Little flakes in North Berwick. Light snow too.

 

On my way to watch our little lambs run about like sheep and get pumped by the shaggers.

 

We need to sign Ralph and Sam to keep the coyotees at bay.

 

Anyone remember them. That was some central defence.

 

See you all there

 

 

 

 

See you in the club, habit is a terrible thing even when you have a cold. 

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1 hour ago, East Lothian Saint said:

Little flakes in North Berwick. Light snow too.

 

Berwick Rangers v Queen’s Park - Postponed due to frozen pitch

Stranraer v Brechin City also off, waterlogged pitch

Edit: Stirling Albion v Albion Rovers off too

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Not filling me with confidence for the match.
 
Updates on BBC Radio Scotland & the BBC Sport website
 
  • St. Mirren have failed to win any of their previous 14 Scottish Premiership matches against Aberdeen (D8 L6) since a 1-0 victory back in July 2011.
  • Aberdeen are unbeaten in their past six trips to St. Mirren in the top-flight (W3 D3), winning each of their last two visits to St. Mirren Park whilst keeping clean sheets in both matches.
  • St. Mirren have won just one of their past 16 top-flight games (D3 L12), a 2-0 victory against Hearts in November.
  • Aberdeen have won just two of their past seven away games in the Scottish Premiership (D2 L3), however those two victories have come in their past three such games (L1).
  • Adam Hammill has been involved in six of St Mirren's last eight league goals (4 goals, 2 assists).46497536
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11 minutes ago, Cornwall_Saint said:

Berwick Rangers v Queen’s Park - Postponed due to frozen pitch

Stranraer v Brechin City also off, waterlogged pitch

Edit: Stirling Albion v Albion Rovers off too

Just started snowing in Stirling but going by posts on here the game looks in no danger of being called off.  

Our group numbers are down from the 5 season ticket holders to just one and that only if road conditions hold. Winter colds, work and family commitments have taken their toll.

Aberdeen have gone over us like a steamroller in our meetings this season. If we get a little closer to them then we have then I would take that. Anything in the way of points would, sadly, be a bonus.

But..who knows...COYS

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