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St Mirren v Motherwell SPFL Premiership 24/2/21

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11 minutes ago, Cumbriansaint72 said:

Agree with that. Very little amount of pubs down here being whitehaven/workington were open all the time prior to covid, most could only justify Thursday-Saturday with some not even opening on a Sunday. 

Will see some opening when the weather is a bit better and you can get to sit out. 🤞

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7 hours ago, Ronnie said:
8 hours ago, antrin said:
Surely it’s the FIFTEEN points which Saints can still accrue after the split that are the points?
All still to play for. Season ain’t finished.

Seeing as we are struggling big time to win matches against bottom 6 how many victories do you think we will get v the other top 6 teams???

Surely we worry about that after we secure a top 6 finish?

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47 minutes ago, oaksoft said:

Really?

You'd rather have a relegation battle than a comfortable season in the top flight for the first time since the 1980s?

Seriously?

 

1 minute ago, TPAFKA Jersey 2 said:

No. Where did I say that?

Sorry, I’ve just re-read Gods full post. Unfortunately I did what I usually do with his posts. Stopped reading it half way through 🤣🤣

I hereby amend my post to say, the first half of God’s post was spot on. 👍

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There's probably a lot of pubs that can't justify the expense of making it covid protected for little reward.  
Totally agree Pod. Be a fair few casualties around Paisley imo sadly.

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4 hours ago, TPAFKA Jersey 2 said:

 

Sorry, I’ve just re-read Gods full post. Unfortunately I did what I usually do with his posts. Stopped reading it half way through 🤣🤣

I hereby amend my post to say, the first half of God’s post was spot on. 👍

That's because u want to be me and have a mind of your own and not play to the clique!

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4 hours ago, TPAFKA Jersey 2 said:

 

Sorry, I’ve just re-read Gods full post. Unfortunately I did what I usually do with his posts. Stopped reading it half way through 🤣🤣

I hereby amend my post to say, the first half of God’s post was spot on. 👍

Fair enough.

You had me confused. :lol:

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On 2/24/2021 at 7:53 PM, zurich_allan said:

Why are we incapable of either shooting when we are right in front of goal, and instead always look to make another pass, or with the occasional exception of Durmus and Tait, also incapable of attempting to take on a man one on one, especially through the middle? There was absolutely no desire by any of the team to actually get to a position to get a shot on target. Some really poor decision-making throughout that game. Can't believe we've gone from putting ourselves in the position of easily confirming sixth or above, to struggling to hold on to sixth and in real danger of being overtaken. Very poor again tonight.
 

I think a lot of that is down to body position when they receive the ball. Most of our passes, even when attacking, are straight across the pitch and the receiver is generally static when the ball comes to them....... we really could do with a Dorman type player who can make late runs with an instinctive eye for a scoring opportunity.

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2 hours ago, WeeBud said:

I think a lot of that is down to body position when they receive the ball. Most of our passes, even when attacking, are straight across the pitch and the receiver is generally static when the ball comes to them....... we really could do with a Dorman type player who can make late runs with an instinctive eye for a scoring opportunity.

Yep I think that's the issue.

I can't remember too many instances where a pass was made ahead of the player to run onto without that pass being wildly overhit.

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1 hour ago, antrin said:

Shocking today in their match that the quiet, self-facing, modest and unassuming manger was sent off in the 90th minute!!  Gasp.  :o

 

 

He's usually such a shy and retiring wee man.  :)

Check out his interview............

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/56135019

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