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27 minutes ago, Arch Stanton said:

 

 

Jamieson always stood as one of the young lower league strikers to watch when I looked. Genuinely interested to see how he'd get on if he gets a chance with you this season, although you've a lot of depth up front.

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3 minutes ago, RandomGuy. said:

Jamieson always stood as one of the young lower league strikers to watch when I looked. Genuinely interested to see how he'd get on if he gets a chance with you this season, although you've a lot of depth up front.

Do you have any analytics on him? I remember a couple of Caley Thistle fans being quite impressed with him in the Championship last year, but after an initial run of games he fell out the team and ended up at Clyde. He seems to have been threatening to break in to the St Mirren first team squad for years now. 

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1 minute ago, IrishBhoy said:

Do you have any analytics on him? I remember a couple of Caley Thistle fans being quite impressed with him in the Championship last year, but after an initial run of games he fell out the team and ended up at Clyde. He seems to have been threatening to break in to the St Mirren first team squad for years now. 

He's only just turned 20. Maybe you're confusing him with Sam Jamieson who came on as a sub v Hibs 4 years ago.

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Just now, Arch Stanton said:

He's only just turned 20. Maybe you're confusing him with Sam Jamieson who came on as a sub v Hibs 4 years ago.

I think I most definitely am. Was S. Jamieson a big stocky type, who always seemed to get a start in friendlies and was never seen in the league? 

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Just now, IrishBhoy said:

I think I most definitely am. Was S. Jamieson a big stocky type, who always seemed to get a start in friendlies and was never seen in the league? 

Aye, barrel-chested, all-action bustling forward. Always played well in reserve/U20 games but just not good enough for the first team. Last I heard he was at Albion Rovers but may have gone "Junior" now.

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11 minutes ago, RandomGuy. said:

Jamieson always stood as one of the young lower league strikers to watch when I looked. Genuinely interested to see how he'd get on if he gets a chance with you this season, although you've a lot of depth up front.

You'd struggle to find a fanbase more eager for a young striker to come through the ranks. Barry Lavety was the last*. I am desperate for Jamieson and Offord to be good enough to be in the frame this season.

 

 

*McGarry was a midfielder.

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5 minutes ago, Coventry Saint said:

You'd struggle to find a fanbase more eager for a young striker to come through the ranks. Barry Lavety was the last*. I am desperate for Jamieson and Offord to be good enough to be in the frame this season.

 

 

*McGarry was a midfielder.

Jon McShane threatened. He was going the Stevie May route of scoring loads of goals in lower leagues and then just fell away. He'd peaked at 21.

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I think Kiltie is the key here, he had far better figures than McGrath last season and he never even took a penalty either. Big season for him and if he stays fit and in form I can see him getting double figures. 
Kiltie has been playing pro football for 10 years and in that time has scored the grand total of 25 goals according to various websites so I fail to see how he is suddenly going to hit double figures in a single season in the top division. That's not a criticism of Kiltie, I like him a lot but I just don't expect him to get more than 5 or 6 goals although I'd love to be wrong.
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4 minutes ago, Billy Jean King said:
6 hours ago, Lex said:
I think Kiltie is the key here, he had far better figures than McGrath last season and he never even took a penalty either. Big season for him and if he stays fit and in form I can see him getting double figures. 

Kiltie has been playing pro football for 10 years and in that time has scored the grand total of 25 goals according to various websites so I fail to see how he is suddenly going to hit double figures in a single season in the top division. That's not a criticism of Kiltie, I like him a lot but I just don't expect him to get more than 5 or 6 goals although I'd love to be wrong.

The "if" in "if he stays fit", is also a huge "if", given his previous injury record.

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58 minutes ago, IrishBhoy said:

Do you have any analytics on him? I remember a couple of Caley Thistle fans being quite impressed with him in the Championship last year, but after an initial run of games he fell out the team and ended up at Clyde. He seems to have been threatening to break in to the St Mirren first team squad for years now. 

Only from Clyde.

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Looks great considering his age tbh. The low defensive should improve as he grows physically, and the low passing ones aren't a huge worry as hes a goalscorer so he doesn't also need to be a creator, really. Hes probably fairly similar to Greive.

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Kiltie has been playing pro football for 10 years and in that time has scored the grand total of 25 goals according to various websites so I fail to see how he is suddenly going to hit double figures in a single season in the top division. That's not a criticism of Kiltie, I like him a lot but I just don't expect him to get more than 5 or 6 goals although I'd love to be wrong.


Well he got five goals last season, all of them came in 2022. If he continues his form since the turn of the year into next season he will easily get double figures.
He came onto a game in January after McGrath left and he was given more minutes and more responsibility. Don’t see any reason why he can’t keep that up.
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1 hour ago, Arch Stanton said:

Aye, barrel-chested, all-action bustling forward. Always played well in reserve/U20 games but just not good enough for the first team. Last I heard he was at Albion Rovers but may have gone "Junior" now.

Was S Jamison not the boy from Rangers. I watched him a few times for the reserves and worked hard but seemed to not click with the rest of the team. also missed a few sitters  there was really nothing to make you think he would make it 

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8 minutes ago, RandomGuy. said:

Only from Clyde.

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Looks great considering his age tbh. The low defensive should improve as he grows physically, and the low passing ones aren't a huge worry as hes a goalscorer so he doesn't also need to be a creator, really. Hes probably fairly similar to Greive.

That’s quite impressive that you have that kind of data on a St Mirren player on loan at Clyde tbf. Do you capture the statistics manually and enter them in to the graphic or have a programme to do it for you? 

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