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I think he

Totally agree. Better signings than many of his predecessors, let’s hope that continues. Otherwise  Jim needs to prove himself as a manager by achieving something, then he can play up to the media all he wants. 
I believe Jim is a good manager talks and comes across extremely well where I believe we are lacking is having coaching in the forward areas both Jim and his number 2 were effectively defenders this is something we should address

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2 minutes ago, Danish Buddie said:

Is it too intellectual for you to comprehend in the english that it was typed. Do you wish me to also type it in Danish would that make it easier to understand 

English may not be the main language for me, however its clearly understandable 

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Haven't checked to see if it has already been mentioned but we are now officially safe from relegation.

Hamilton can now only get a maximum of 39 points and if that happens Kilmarnock can only reach 38.

Kilmarnock can get a maximum of 41 but if that happens Ross County can only reach 39.

Silver linings and all that.

Edit...scratch that, I forgot Killie and RC played each other and both could win their last 4 games.

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20 hours ago, windae cleaner said:

Pish result

A few things displayed today

We are no team's boegy side

Ian Scanlon still the deadiest spot kick taker ever for us

Our powderpuff forward play our undoing

Too many times St Mirren nil appears

Ian Scanlon cannot claim the deadliest spot kick taker ever for us.

That award would be claimed by our 1959 cup winning captain, David Lapsley who

was known as as the dead ball expert. 

For the record he scored 29 against Scanlons 18.

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59 minutes ago, hamlet said:

Ian Scanlon cannot claim the deadliest spot kick taker ever for us.

That award would be claimed by our 1959 cup winning captain, David Lapsley who

was known as as the dead ball expert. 

For the record he scored 29 against Scanlons 18.

I do know Lapsley missed a spot kick might be more

Story goes the goalie shat himself and turned his back and he flukely saved the shot with his heel

Scanlon never missed

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