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32 minutes ago, FTOF said:

He scored with a shot from outside the box in the aforementioned 3-2 game.

Marcus Fraser didn't get close enough to him and he picked his spot.

Yeah that’s was the only open play goal he meant for us. Think he got 5, 2 penalties, 1 free kick, a mishit cross and that goal. Always felt he should score more given how good he strikes a ball; however I think a lot of why he crosses so much is that he panics anywhere near the 18 yard box and loses all composure. 

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The new singings seem to have settled in well. Two assists in two games for Kiltie, two goals in two games for Main. Also solid performances from Tanser and Power.
We have a bit of stability around the club on and off the park for the first time in years, and the benefits are clear. Goodwin had obviously identified his targets a good while ago as safety was assured.
That means the majority of our new signings will have a full pre season and league cup group campaign behind them before the league kicks off. No scrambling around for scraps in late August, which we have been used to.

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4 hours ago, pozbaird said:

Best looking home strip in a long time. Stripes on back, red names, numbers, even sponsor logos. Job well done. Cracker.

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There’s definitely a skyview logo under there isn’t there?

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I’ve only made maybe three or four posts recently querying the fact that Hibs, Aberdeen, Celtic and Rangers 2012 all asked for, and got, more fans approved for games, and queried what St Mirren might do. Wasn’t the level 0 baseline figure 2000? Have I got this right, 2000 fans wasn’t it?

Why isn’t there 2000 at the Partick game. Happy to be pointed in the right direction if I’ve misread the 2000 situation.

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Just now, pozbaird said:

I’ve only made maybe three or four posts recently querying the fact that Hibs, Aberdeen, Celtic and Rangers 2012 all asked for, and got, more fans approved for games than the baseline announced figure - wasn’t that 2000? Have I got this right, 2000 wasn’t it?

Why isn’t there 2000 at the Partick game. Happy to be pointed in the right direction if I’ve misread the 2000 situation.

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I’ve only made maybe three or four posts recently querying the fact that Hibs, Aberdeen, Celtic and Rangers 2012 all asked for, and got, more fans approved for games, and queried what St Mirren might do. Wasn’t the level 0 baseline figure 2000? Have I got this right, 2000 fans wasn’t it?
Why isn’t there 2000 at the Partick game. Happy to be pointed in the right direction if I’ve misread the 2000 situation.
Maybe something to do with the Main stand? I'm not sure.

It is baffling.
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Just now, sergie's no1 fan said:

Maybe something to do with the Main stand? I'm not sure.

It is baffling.

Maybe something to do with ‘this is St Mirren we’re talking about’. Harsh? Happy to retract if I’m given a damn good reason why there aren’t at least 2000 in a Level 0, outdoor seated stadium situation. The fcuking place holds about 8,000. Need a new Ali Defoy video… ‘we really, really, really, value your support, stick with us, we’ll stop fcuking things up really, really, really soon.’

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2000 fans should be in without question.

 

The clubs explanation of the council saying 1039 was maximum to allow distancing can get itself so far to f**k. They managed to comfortably get more than 20% of Parkhead in last night so there's no way their excuse that they could not have done so with current distancing can do one.

We need to grow a fucking set and not take this shite from the council. 

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On reflection, we should just have 500 fans again. In facemasks. Outdoors. In summer. In an 8000ish capacity stadium. Told to come at staggered times. You cannot be too safe. It’s still too early. We must remain cautious. Oh, by the way - congratulations once more to Sevco on your first title earlier this year….

 

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58 minutes ago, Doctor Sanchez said:

Why the mistrust for the way that the club is handling this? 

We clearly don't have the full picture.  

The club need the revenue, it's not like they wouldn't try and get more fans allowed in, is it?  

Those that can't get in will purchase ppv so income is still there. Obviously its not the clubs fault agree with you. But the correspondence from the club is poor yet again. The 500 who got into the Dunfermline game are back in the ballot for the Thistle game which is a poor decision also. Going by the season ticket announcement today regarding public sale  the holding of seat numbers for last season  season tickets holders suggest not all have renewed yet. Can't imagine there is an incentive for fans to renew who have not done so thus far.  Edit forgot this game is live so no ppv for home fans. 

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