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7 minutes ago, StanleySaint said:
1 hour ago, Yflab said:
We never got relegated in that strip surprisingly enough. It certainly aided the slide down the league. 

No but the bib was the killer!

You have to question the mentality of the people who sanctioned those two strips. 

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6 hours ago, W6er said:

What has happened to the Club Shop? 

Where can I buy the new strip? 

 

Hope you're all well. 'Mon the Saints! 😇

The club shop is being taken over by Provans under a new trading name. They won’t have the shop fitted out until mid July at the earliest. 
No news on dates when you can order new strips afaik.

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1 hour ago, slapsalmon said:

More to do wit the clown wearing it surely 

Wylde was just the tip of that iceberg... we we're doomed from the start with complete impostors such as Callum Ball, James Marwood and Ross Caldwell and a stupid old snake as a manager.

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Wylde was just the tip of that iceberg... we we're doomed from the start with complete impostors such as Callum Ball, James Marwood and Ross Caldwell and a stupid old snake as a manager.
When was shull manager?
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On 7/1/2021 at 4:16 PM, faraway saint said:

 

See above. 

This was also an accident at work claim, quite different from a private case against someone who had the accident with you and your bike. 

Only in as far as it is unlikely Billy's pal was on a bike when he got hurt.  Civil claims are civil claims-they go through the same processes whether it is work related or outside of work.  it can take years to resolve.  Liability maty not be at issue but maybe the extent of harm is, or maybe the solicitor just dropped the ball

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19 minutes ago, beyond our ken said:

Only in as far as it is unlikely Billy's pal was on a bike when he got hurt.  Civil claims are civil claims-they go through the same processes whether it is work related or outside of work.  it can take years to resolve.  Liability maty not be at issue but maybe the extent of harm is, or maybe the solicitor just dropped the ball

Average time for an accident at work claim is 6-9 months.

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3 hours ago, faraway saint said:

Average time for an accident at work claim is 6-9 months.

And?

To be clear, liability can be settled very quickly.  It is the extent of harm that can take a long time to get to the bottom of.  I have seen claims that have been settled in weeks and some that rolled on for years, often because the claimant is shooting for a bigger payout than the legal tarriff suggests is appropriate and the claimant needs to stretch things out in order to justify a bigger claim.  A colleague dealt with a poor wee woman who issued the fishing permits at the water board offices in Edinburgh many years ago, she suffered really badly from neck and shoulder problems caused by her workstation,  It took a couple of months to establish liability but she had 4 years of operations and physio to undergo and she had to wait until her treatment options were exhausted so that her specialist could confirm a life-long disability.   In my current company a guy who lost a finger settled for a few grand within weeks because the wounds healed and he carried on in the same job- until he got sacked after selling his story to Nuts magazine with unapproved photos of his workplace,

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8 hours ago, beyond our ken said:

And?

To be clear, liability can be settled very quickly.  It is the extent of harm that can take a long time to get to the bottom of.  I have seen claims that have been settled in weeks and some that rolled on for years, often because the claimant is shooting for a bigger payout than the legal tarriff suggests is appropriate and the claimant needs to stretch things out in order to justify a bigger claim.  A colleague dealt with a poor wee woman who issued the fishing permits at the water board offices in Edinburgh many years ago, she suffered really badly from neck and shoulder problems caused by her workstation,  It took a couple of months to establish liability but she had 4 years of operations and physio to undergo and she had to wait until her treatment options were exhausted so that her specialist could confirm a life-long disability.   In my current company a guy who lost a finger settled for a few grand within weeks because the wounds healed and he carried on in the same job- until he got sacked after selling his story to Nuts magazine with unapproved photos of his workplace,

Nice stories. 

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18 minutes ago, fmckinn said:

Has this been released for sale yet ??

The strip release on July 1st said we'd be updated at some point. Haven't seen anything yet.

Although, looking at last night, it looks as if the 1st XI doesn't even have the home kit yet.:rolleyes:

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My Mrs has tried for a few days to go to Saints online shop currently STILL saying - Online shop closed FFS School holidays start next week and boys hoping for the new kit

We can’t buy online, can’t visit shop , people struggling to register for season tickets…. Club must be flush with cash as they’re not taking fan’s money currently

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4 hours ago, Gosport Buddie said:

Has anyone heard anything about when the strips, or anything at all , are likely to be available to buy? Even if the shop is not able to open yet , there's no reason why online sales can't be taking place. The club and Provan sports must be losing serious money

 

43 minutes ago, Scott-Leeds said:

My Mrs has tried for a few days to go to Saints online shop currently STILL saying - Online shop closed FFS School holidays start next week and boys hoping for the new kit

We can’t buy online, can’t visit shop , people struggling to register for season tickets…. Club must be flush with cash as they’re not taking fan’s money currently

The annual shambles, but it's ok, the Kibble are on board, they have the expertise to help us in these areas. :thumbsdown

Maybe these experts are on holiday? 

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It's because of the change of the main shirt sponsor. The first-team strips aren't ready , that's why we were in red the other night. 

It would be really useful to relay that information via club online shop - message says shop closed

It should however be accepting orders as we know what strips we have and we should effectively be able to pre-order

It’s such a hassle doing anything at all online with St Mirren try to give them our money in particular, but it still doesn’t excuse no response to 3 emails

I’m quite patient as it happens but dealing with Saints isn’t an enjoyable experience, ever.
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