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The St. Mirren FC 2018/19 Thread

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Just now, Bobby_F said:

Most recent four games:

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Theres been five games since the end of January has there not?

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1 minute ago, RandomGuy. said:

Theres been five games since the end of January has there not?

Correct. 

And come Saturday there will have been 6.

I'm not saying teams are only as good as their last game, but the further back you go the less relevant things become in terms of determining current/future form.

Also, Hamilton's win at Pittodrie was indeed stunning, but it was against a Dons team that most of their fans thought had an eye and a half on the upcoming cup tie with Rangers.

Hearts are  really poor team at the moment, and were lucky to beat the bottom of the Championship in a cup replay.

Accies should be looking for 3 points at home to them on Saturday, and I wouldn't bet against them getting them.

Partly though because we're at a stage in the season where some teams have a lot more to play for than others.

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45 minutes ago, Bobby_F said:

Correct. 

And come Saturday there will have been 6.

I'm not saying teams are only as good as their last game, but the further back you go the less relevant things become in terms of determining current/future form.

Also, Hamilton's win at Pittodrie was indeed stunning, but it was against a Dons team that most of their fans thought had an eye and a half on the upcoming cup tie with Rangers.

Hearts are  really poor team at the moment, and were lucky to beat the bottom of the Championship in a cup replay.

Accies should be looking for 3 points at home to them on Saturday, and I wouldn't bet against them getting them.

Partly though because we're at a stage in the season where some teams have a lot more to play for than others.

Aye, but the post I made was in response to someone claiming Hamilton have been the worst team "since the window ended", which is why I used more than 4 games.

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20 hours ago, Bobby_F said:

Yeah, the head to heads will be crucial, and I think we're in a much better position than we were for any of the previous ones.

Dundee have improved too, Accies not so much and even although they are 4 ahead I've a feeling they may be the ones we can catch.

 

18 hours ago, RandomGuy. said:

Since the end of the transfer window, Hamilton have picked up more points than both St Mirren and Dundee...

 

4 hours ago, RandomGuy. said:

Aye, but the post I made was in response to someone claiming Hamilton have been the worst team "since the window ended", which is why I used more than 4 games.

I think the 'someone' that mentioned the window was you.

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7 hours ago, Demented Zebra said:

Glad to hear Stephen McGinn has had his opration I'm sure we will see McGinn of old come the split. 

Four week recovery then???

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38 minutes ago, Bobby_F said:

Four week recovery then???

Club saying two weeks would think that's too short. 3 to 4 weeks is more realistic.  

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2 hours ago, Demented Zebra said:

Club saying two weeks would think that's too short. 3 to 4 weeks is more realistic.  

Jamie Vardy and Kasper Schmeichel both had the same op, carried out by the same surgeon.

They made their comebacks after seven and nine days respectively.

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19 hours ago, FTOF said:

Jamie Vardy and Kasper Schmeichel both had the same op, carried out by the same surgeon.

They made their comebacks after seven and nine days respectively.

That's good news .  Stephen has had criticism from some of our support.  Totally unjust in my opinion.  

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7 minutes ago, Henderson to deliver ..... said:

6 years ago today.

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Well fucking played lads ;)

Feels like yesterday. 

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