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The Real Saints last won the day on July 30 2016

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  1. Well done, Hibs. Hopefully this is the beginning of a greater movement. In five years' time, all Rangers fans should be banned from entering any football stadium in Scotland. In ten years' time, they shouldn't be allowed to vote or generally to be an equal member of society in any regard.
  2. Dundee v St.Johnstone

    Because you're a Kilmarnock fan and you hate St. Johnstone? I thought that was pretty obvious. No need to be so abusive though.
  3. Dundee v St.Johnstone

    He's on loan from Manchester United. Dundee FC can feel free to enquire about him for next season.
  4. Dundee v St.Johnstone

    Dundee and Kilmarnock fans will spout anti-Saints rhetoric willy-nilly. No offence, but I'd prefer to wait for a neutral fan to voice their opinion.
  5. Dundee v St.Johnstone

    Tommy's interview sounds fine to me tbh.
  6. Dundee v St.Johnstone

    Any link to this pre-match interview? My personal belief is that Tommy Wright's a hero and Neil McCann's a snivelling little reptile. If any interview suggests that I'm incorrect, I'm ready to have my beliefs challenged.
  7. St Johnstone FC Thread

    Absolutely. If you hadn't directed me to the toilet, I would have pissed my pants and embarrassed myself in front of everyone. Out of shame, I probably would have decided against attending another St. Johnstone match. Don't underestimate the impact you've had on my life.
  8. Dundee v St.Johnstone

    The Saints supporters who regularly attend matches have obviously become accustomed to terrible performances, but I'm still surprised to see some people genuinely believing that we were alright today. It was rubbish, just like almost every other Saints match I've witnessed during the 2017/18 season. Dundee were the better side because they scored more goals than us. We deserved to lose because of that. Today's result has probably ensured Dundee's top-flight survival, so there's at least one positive to take from the afternoon. Anyway, onto the next meaningless match.
  9. Gigs

    The Streets was decent. As pointed out already, the sound was a bit shoddy (although Mike Skinner's vocal delivery is arguably less suited to a gig of this nature than a generic rapper's is). Still, he was on form and it was the craziest standing section I've been in. At the beginning of the first song, I was at the very front. By the end of that song, I was somewhere near the middle. I hate being small and weak. Actually reckon I enjoyed the afterparty even more than the main event.
  10. St Johnstone FC Thread

    I've just been reminiscing about the numerous occasions (twice) when I chatted to Steven MacLean and Alan Mannus for the match programme interviews. I suppose this means that I'm extremely good friends with them. I mean, I wouldn't say that definitively. Well, not necessarily. I mean, that's ultimately for others to decide.
  11. Motherwell v Aberdeen Scottish Cup Semi Final

    Stevie May is about to lose a cup match against a team with Nadir Ciftci in it. What has become of the world?
  12. St Johnstone v Motherwell 7/4/18

    Motherwell's matchday squad reads like a Who's Who list of total non-entities.
  13. St Johnstone v Motherwell 7/4/18

    Almost spot-on, with the exception of Wotherspoon instead of Millar/Craig. Quite happy overall.
  14. Love

    Possibly my favourite non-drama series I've watched on Netflix. Amusing at times, but also with a constant undercurrent of sadness and realism. It just felt like a very authentic portrayal of life. The main concept of love isn't sugar-coated at all. I was definitely rooting for Gus and Mickey, and that was probably because of their numerous flaws.