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1 minute ago, faraway saint said:

We never finished in the top 6.

Nothing is comfortable with St Mirren.

You've made a cnut of yiurself yet again. 🤣🤣🤣

You said there was ‘no chance’ different thing. 
 

no luck wee man. 

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4 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

There was no chance, prove me wrong. 

Ask Aberdeen fans and until just over a week ago Dundee Utd fans. 

Back on your box. 🤡🤡🤡

In his time here, we finished 9th then 7th & he left us in 5th with a great chance to be in 4th with the game in hand we had. 

You made the claim, burden of proof there’s ’no chance’ 

Robinson didn’t manage to finish 5th last season, by your logic there is ‘no chance’ he could ever finish 5th. 
 

Faraway Saint - ‘it’s impossible to ever do something you’ve not done before’ 😂😂😂😂😂

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1 minute ago, bazil85 said:

In his time here, we finished 9th then 7th & he left us in 5th with a great chance to be in 4th with the game in hand we had. 

You made the claim, burden of proof there’s ’no chance’ 

Robinson didn’t manage to finish 5th last season, by your logic there is ‘no chance’ he could ever finish 5th. 
 

Faraway Saint - ‘it’s impossible to ever do something you’ve not done before’ 😂😂😂😂😂

He left part way through a season and achieved nothing.

Our current manager HAS taken us into the top 6 two seasons running.

All your bluff about 4th and a game in hand equals the square root of feck all.

Bazil= fantasy world. 

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2 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

He left part way through a season and achieved nothing.

Our current manager HAS taken us into the top 6 two seasons running.

All your bluff about 4th and a game in hand equals the square root of feck all.

Bazil= fantasy world. 

Eh, he improved our league position season on season while he was there without once taking us backwards. How many St Mirren managers can say that? 
 

But that wasn’t your claim was it? It was ‘no chance’ of back to back top 6 finishes. For that to be true, there has to be ‘no chance’ of a manager continuing to improve on his season on season performances. 

In other words, you were talking bollocks. 

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3 minutes ago, bazil85 said:

Eh, he improved our league position season on season while he was there without once taking us backwards. How many St Mirren managers can say that? 
 

But that wasn’t your claim was it? It was ‘no chance’ of back to back top 6 finishes. For that to be true, there has to be ‘no chance’ of a manager continuing to improve on his season on season performances. 

In other words, you were talking bollocks. 

Improved from 9th. 🤣🤣🤣

A low bar, like your intellect.  🤡🤡🤡

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2 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

Improved from 9th. 🤣🤣🤣

A low bar, like your intellect.  🤡🤡🤡

Year before that, it was 11th. 🤷‍♂️

Did Robbo not finish 9th his first season? 

What more could anyone ask from Goodwin than improving the league position season on season? Champions league maybe? 😂😂😂

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3 minutes ago, bazil85 said:

Year before that, it was 11th. 🤷‍♂️

Did Robbo not finish 9th his first season? 

What more could anyone ask from Goodwin than improving the league position season on season? Champions league maybe? 😂😂😂

🤣🤣🤣

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Just now, faraway saint said:

🤣🤣🤣

Good contribution.  Like it or not Goodwin 

1st season - 9th

2nd season - 7th (highest league finish in around 30 years) 

3rd season - left in 5th, game in hand to go 4th 

Faraway ‘not good enough, he’s pish’ 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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4 minutes ago, bazil85 said:

Good contribution.  Like it or not Goodwin 

1st season - 9th

2nd season - 7th (highest league finish in around 30 years) 

3rd season - left in 5th, game in hand to go 4th 

Faraway ‘not good enough, he’s pish’ 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

Our current manager = higher than Goodwin ever achieved. 

You stick with Goodwin, he's more "you". 🤣🤣🤣

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31 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

Our current manager = higher than Goodwin ever achieved. 

You stick with Goodwin, he's more "you". 🤣🤣🤣

Moving the goalposts yet again. Praising Goodwin & calling out your rubbish is in no way, downplaying what the current manager has done. 

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1 hour ago, bazil85 said:

Good contribution.  Like it or not Goodwin 

1st season - 9th

2nd season - 7th (highest league finish in around 30 years) 

3rd season - left in 5th, game in hand to go 4th 

Faraway ‘not good enough, he’s pish’ 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

1st season - stopped short due to covid. (Who can say where we would have finished has the league not been terminated after a result that, had it gone the other way, we would have been in deep doo doo)

2nd season 7th

3rd season - left at 6th, not 5th. (From Wiki :At the time of his departure;, the club were sixth in the 2021–22 Scottish Premiership :lol:

Aberdeen lose to Darvel in the Scottish Cup, widely recognised as the worst result in the HISTORY of Aberdeen football club. 

Aye, as i said, thanks Aberdeen, you done us a favour. 

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27 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

1st season - stopped short due to covid. (Who can say where we would have finished has the league not been terminated after a result that, had it gone the other way, we would have been in deep doo doo)

2nd season 7th

3rd season - left at 6th, not 5th. (From Wiki :At the time of his departure;, the club were sixth in the 2021–22 Scottish Premiership :lol:

Aberdeen lose to Darvel in the Scottish Cup, widely recognised as the worst result in the HISTORY of Aberdeen football club. 

Aye, as i said, thanks Aberdeen, you done us a favour. 

Yep, fair enough I’m thinking it was one place higher in each case. (Belive we would have went fourth, had we played & won the game in hand) Still season on season improvement. Can only go on what you can regarding Covid & we were 9th. Up from a relegation play off the previous year. 

Didn’t work out for him at Aberdeen, as it hasn’t for several Aberdeen managers in a row since McInnes. 

You can be critical of Goodwin all you want, you’re factually being critical of someone that took over a team who survived relegation on penalties, and left them in the top six after two and a half seasons. 
 

What other St Mirren manager got us as high as a seventh place finish in the 30 seasons before Goodwin? 🤷‍♂️

Do you accept, purely on league finish, he was our most successful manager for a generation? 

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5 minutes ago, bazil85 said:

Yep, fair enough I’m thinking it was one place higher in each case. Still season on season improvement. Can only go on what you can regarding Covid & we were 9th. Up from a relegation play off the previous year. 

Didn’t work out for him at Aberdeen, as it hasn’t for several Aberdeen managers in a row since McInnes. 

You can be critical of Goodwin all you want, you’re factually being critical of someone that took over a team who survived relegation on penalties, and left them in the top six after two and a half seasons. 
 

What other St Mirren manager got us as high as a seventh place finish in the 30 seasons before Goodwin? 🤷‍♂️

Do you accept, purely on league finish, he was our most successful manager for a generation? 

Ok, now we've calmed down a bit, I was, and still am, of the opinion Goodwin was/is limited as a manager.

He had a very up and down season with us the season he left, Aberdeen took him on the crest (didn't he have a horrendous run earlier that season?)but I was on record saying they had jumped the gun and he was, IMO, average.

Too defensively minded, a draw and parking the bus against the OF was his idea of fun.

Saying he was our best manager in a generation, purely on league finish is selective and omitting cup victories which should be taken into account so, no , I don't accept that.

As I mentioned earlier, there was growing criticism form the Dundee United support which has slightly abated after the win against Raith. 

Let's see how he does next season in the top league. :rolleyes:

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, portmahomack saint said:

Naw but they should have been in 2003 when they finished bottom when Falkirk got shafted

Falkirk shafted themselves.


Brockville was decrepit and potentially dangerous to spectators while they spent millions on players transfers, signing on fees and wages.
 

Fcuk them! They knew the rules that other clubs like ourselves adhered to.

Zero sympathy for them given the money they spent on players like Stainrod, Waddle, McAllister etc

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7 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

Ok, now we've calmed down a bit, I was, and still am, of the opinion Goodwin was/is limited as a manager.

He had a very up and down season with us the season he left, Aberdeen took him on the crest (didn't he have a horrendous run earlier that season?)but I was on record saying they had jumped the gun and he was, IMO, average.

Too defensively minded, a draw and parking the bus against the OF was his idea of fun.

Saying he was our best manager in a generation, purely on league finish is selective and omitting cup victories which should be taken into account so, no , I don't accept that.

As I mentioned earlier, there was growing criticism form the Dundee United support which has slightly abated after the win against Raith. 

Let's see how he does next season in the top league. :rolleyes:

 

 

 

He wasn’t without his issues but I was baffled by the hard time he got from some fans. 
 

He got a really strong response out of the players he had, be that defensive or not. Him and Robbo (to me) seem quite similar in their ethos here. As in, you can only get what you can get out of the players you have. Sometimes it won’t be attractive, flowing football & it’ll be a slog. 
 

Granted, neither have taken that as far as the Gus years & the infamous ‘go to the cinema’ quote. But they both accept you can’t always try & pass like Real Madrid, when you happen to be St Mirren. 

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The wind definitely spoiled the chances of a good game. Having said that, Saints were poor and rarely looked like scoring. Hearts are no great shakes either though, and certainly nothing to be afraid of. However, our recent form seems like the end of last season and whilst it’s good to be in the top half of the league, the possibility of no further wins has to be considered. All In all though, a decent season. I’ve witnessed far far worse. 😁

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1 minute ago, bazil85 said:

He wasn’t without his issues but I was baffled by the hard time he got from some fans. 
 

He got a really strong response out of the players he had, be that defensive or not. Him and Robbo (to me) seem quite similar in their ethos here. As in, you can only get what you can get out of the players you have. Sometimes it won’t be attractive, flowing football & it’ll be a slog. 
 

Granted, neither have taken that as far as the Gus years & the infamous ‘go to the cinema’ quote. But they both accept you can’t always try & pass like Real Madrid, when you happen to be St Mirren. 

Ok, decent post so we'll leave it at that. 

Oh, I certainly don't enjoy the level of abuse our mangers get, a key reason I stopped attending home games after the abuse Lennon was getting, aye, some of our support do think we should be Real Madrid. 

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3 hours ago, bazil85 said:

He wasn’t without his issues but I was baffled by the hard time he got from some fans. 
 

He got a really strong response out of the players he had, be that defensive or not. Him and Robbo (to me) seem quite similar in their ethos here. As in, you can only get what you can get out of the players you have. Sometimes it won’t be attractive, flowing football & it’ll be a slog. 
 

Granted, neither have taken that as far as the Gus years & the infamous ‘go to the cinema’ quote. But they both accept you can’t always try & pass like Real Madrid, when you happen to be St Mirren. 

 

3 hours ago, faraway saint said:

Ok, decent post so we'll leave it at that. 

Oh, I certainly don't enjoy the level of abuse our mangers get, a key reason I stopped attending home games after the abuse Lennon was getting, aye, some of our support do think we should be Real Madrid. 

You know something, there might just be hope for Israel and Palestine 😅

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