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1 hour ago, RandomGuy. said:

You see, I think, Parish poke his head around the door and I wondered if he was meant to open it as Davidson approached ūüėā

 

54 minutes ago, mizfit said:

 


For me it was the split second the players watched him hit the door before partying around him emoji23.png

 

It's absolutely legendary. It's as if none of the players knew he was doing it until he went sliding past. And big Shaun's reaction, who looks like he fully respects a bit of mentalness, is magic.

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Some amount of overtime handed out for tayside police at McDiarmid tonight
They will spend that money in local businesses. Saints doing their bit for the local economy.
SJFC - some fucking club.
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the worst thing for St Johnstone is next season they'll still get about 2k home fans every week while buses and buses of supporters travel to watch their favourite arsecheek team...glory hunting c***s youve a team in perth who are quite capable of winning things..try supporting them.
No thanks, they can f**k off.
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Not a crowd w**k but I genuinely hope this get more people through the gates for the Jonnies, surely some double cup winning glory hunting perthites ready to get along to support the team

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One thing I’d like to see the club do is invest in the grounds concourses. They’re so drab and grey, I’d love them to give them a splash of colour and a wee mural dedicated to these players.

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6 minutes ago, Lola montez said:

Not a crowd w**k but I genuinely hope this get more people through the gates for the Jonnies, surely some double cup winning glory hunting perthites ready to get along to support the team

Hoped that after 13/14, but what followed was a complete mess of a window where we replaced May with Brian Graham, and a season of some of the worst football I've seen us play since promotion.

Hard to blame new fans who decided not to bother tbh.

Hopefully lessons were learned and we can attract at least some more fans. I doubt we'll be doubling our support or f**k all though.

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Dundee with McPake in charge, and United hiring Yogi Hughes.
Could be fun.


Surely to Christ no
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Big fan of the fact that this has managed to piss off a drunk Dundee United fan at Dundee train station tbhIMG_20210524_200300.jpg

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2 hours ago, RandomGuy. said:

Hoped that after 13/14, but what followed was a complete mess of a window where we replaced May with Brian Graham, and a season of some of the worst football I've seen us play since promotion.

Hard to blame new fans who decided not to bother tbh.

Hopefully lessons were learned and we can attract at least some more fans. I doubt we'll be doubling our support or f**k all though.

Perhaps a different manager may look at making a different quality signing. Not trying to blame Wright, ah f**k it I am, but Callum doesn’t seem to have a scattergun approach to signings. Particularly not donkey target men 

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32 minutes ago, RandomGuy. said:

Dundee with McPake in charge, and United hiring Yogi Hughes.

Could be fun.

I’ve heard via a linesman that the two biggest p***ks on the sidelines are McPake and Neilson.  Need a balance to the gentlemanly Calum Davidson I guess…

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11 minutes ago, mizfit said:

 

 


Interesting

 

Makes a lot of sense.

Can play central, can play on either flank, U25, Scottish, over 100 top flight appearances.

Add in the bonus of goading United to spunk a fortune on Pawlett while we go for Kiltie instead, and its yet another deal well done by the club.

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11 hours ago, Jacksgranda said:

Seeing as the Dons have done 2 cup doubles and a league and cup double plus the cup & ECWC double, and Hearts did a league and league cup double I'd say yes, as that only leaves 1 trophy for them. (Dundee United won the league in 1982-83.)

Thanks. I wasn't sure.

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I like Kiltie. I'd happily take him. Lafferty as well. That's about it.

Having said that, I trust in Callum to deliver a better striker than Lafferty.

Edited by The Real Saints
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5 minutes ago, The Real Saints said:

Possibly, but only after I've finished writing a celebratory anthem about Dundee's promotion.

I would like to add, since the full time whistle tonight I have garnered 4 (four) new Tinder matches. If you could mention me in the song, I might even get my hole off of one. 

Thank you. 

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17 minutes ago, Mr. Alli said:

I would like to add, since the full time whistle tonight I have garnered 4 (four) new Tinder matches. If you could mention me in the song, I might even get my hole off of one. 

Thank you. 

You’re obviously giving off those winning vibes.
 

St Johnstone fans would be matching with worldies left right and centre right now.

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