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Saints vs Celtic Wed 3/4/19

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1 minute ago, delpierro said:

I suppose it was only 2.
Strange days indeed.
We deserved f**k all cos we offered f**k all.

Don't agree Bain saved very well from Cooke when we were 1 behind and we had a number of other decent chances. If the Duck had kept composure who knows...

Actually decent tactics tonight, saved our energy in the first half and then were a different team in the second.

Guys like Stephen McGinn getting a hour of match fitness after his op. Cooke, MacPherson and Kellerman getting some valuable minutes against a top side in this league is great experience for the future and sets them up better if they are needed in the run in.

and others fresh for Saturday  , , ,  we can - keep the faith . . .  :spud6

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My script of a draw slightly of target :rolleyes: but to be fair if we were told these results only a week ago we'd all have been quite thankful............so on-wards to the games we can win and to the players selected to represent the mighty Mirren this is your chance to write yourselves into Saint folklore no pressure just get it done we're all behind you good luck to Oran and the boys........................ C'mon ye saint

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3 minutes ago, TopCat said:

Typically unsavoury scenes from the Celtic fans after the second goal. Not sure what happened to Hladky but whatever it was shouldn’t have happened. Will get brushed under the carpet no doubt.

 

Only if we let it. 

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Don't agree Bain saved very well from Cooke when we were 1 behind and we had a number of other decent chances. If the Duck had kept composure who knows...
Actually decent tactics tonight, saved our energy in the first half and then were a different team in the second.
Guys like Stephen McGinn getting a hour of match fitness after his op. Cooke, MacPherson and Kellerman getting some valuable minutes against a top side in this league is great experience for the future and sets them up better if they are needed in the run in.
and others fresh for Saturday  , , ,  we can - keep the faith . . .  :spud6
We offered nothing in the 1st half and had a wee chance in 2nd half.
We are a pish poor team whose league position reflects that.
Are we now are group of fans who accept mediocrity from professional and handsomely paid, footballers.

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6 minutes ago, delpierro said:

We offered nothing in the 1st half and had a wee chance in 2nd half.
We are a pish poor team whose league position reflects that.
Are we now are group of fans who accept mediocrity from professional and handsomely paid, footballers.

And if we are so pish poor, do you think fielding our 1st eleven would have produced a different result?

And it's not accepting mediocrity, it's accepting reality.  We need our strongest team fully fit for Saturday.  That's a bigger game than tonight.

Edited by saint in exile

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Just now, Balmullo Bud said:

The Duck will get cited for his elbow tonight. What a chance to make it 1-1 too.
Could’ve been worse scoreline with that team tonight, and effort was there. Move on to Saturday quickly. COYS

Hopefully, then, so will Brown.  Him being done won't affect us in future games, but at least it might show some level of fairness.

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The club have to make a strong stand on that incident at the end.

They have to be asking what they're paying for with regards to Police and Stewarding costs? What are the SFA doing to protect players? What are the club themselves doing to stand up for the safety of the players and fans? Time to stand strong, the club didn't hit the wall and miss when it came to our own fans...

With regards to the game we never came close, we settled for defeat far too easily. Protecting goal difference maybe? We drew with Celtic with a far weaker side earlier in the season... I suppose we'll never know. Saturday is now even more of a must win than before.

Edited by W6Saint

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The Duck will get cited for his elbow tonight. What a chance to make it 1-1 too.
Could’ve been worse scoreline with that team tonight, and effort was there. Move on to Saturday quickly. COYS

I don’t think it was deliberate only thing that might save him I think he was trying to shake ajer off his arm and he’s caught him by accident.

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3 minutes ago, Balmullo Bud said:

The Duck will get cited for his elbow tonight. What a chance to make it 1-1 too.
Could’ve been worse scoreline with that team tonight, and effort was there. Move on to Saturday quickly. COYS

 

1 minute ago, saint in exile said:

Hopefully, then, so will Brown.  Him being done won't affect us in future games, but at least it might show some level of fairness.

Aye in fairness to the panel tonight, if it comes down to trial by television then they were just as adamant (if not even more so) that Brown’s was a red all day long. Unanimous.

Sad to say as well that Sutton called it bang on that Kearney was beaten tonight before a ball was kicked,

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The club have to make a strong stand on that incident at the end.
They have to be asking what they're paying for with regards to Police and Stewarding costs? What are the SFA doing to protect players? What are the club themselves doing to stand up for the safety of the players and fans? Time to stand strong the club, didn't hit the wall and miss when it came to our own fans...
With regards to the game we never came close, we settled for defeat ar too easily. Protecting goal difference maybe? We drew with Celtic with a far weaker side earlier in the season... I suppose we'll never know. Saturday is now even more of a must win than before.
This might explain why so many clubs are against strict liability - we would be accountable for what happens in our ground.
Sellik fans have been out of order at just about every away game this season. Football authorities do nothing.

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