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It would be a really poor decision to let Shaughnessy go IMO. The defence have done well the last two games but Dunne is very injury prone and inconsistent, and I’m not convinced at all that Gallagher is a better option than Shaughnessy (and he’s a year older too). The only way it makes sense is if we’ve got a good left back in mind to balance the squad.

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35 minutes ago, Gareth_Glasgow said:

The only way it makes sense is if we’ve got a good left back in mind to balance the squad.

Quite likely that the choice was:

1. Keep Shaughnessy; don't sign Gogic nor a left back.

2. Sell Shaughnessy; sign Gogic and a left back.

Like others, I love Joe and will be sad to see him go, but can understand the thinking.

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18 hours ago, Captain Saintsible said:

It was. I predicted it back when we were rumoured to be interested in O’Connor 🙄

Wow!

I will put money on it that you explode into a rant response

Now, I must say I have enjoyed reading through the 'sensible' comments from the other posters on this forum.  You clearly have a very sensitive personality which requires 'ego driven acknowledgements of personal success'.  As no other fellow Saints Supporters appear to be offering this to you 'In any shape or form', you have taken it on yourself to say.  'I'm Right ; That's what I said ; I'm the best ; I'm never wrong'.  In other words, please someone recognise my existence.

Well done St Mirren though on your good start to the season.  I'm sure you are a good St Mirren supporter, and good luck to you this season.

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19 hours ago, FTOF said:

It was actually Conor McCarthy that failed to pick up the goal scorer.

 

Thanks, I wasn’t sure. Enjoy your season. 3-0 away at United is a good win regardless of their crisis. After hearts this week we play St Mirren. CD continues to kill our enjoyment. It’ll be a drab 1-0 either way.

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Wow!
I will put money on it that you explode into a rant response
Now, I must say I have enjoyed reading through the 'sensible' comments from the other posters on this forum.  You clearly have a very sensitive personality which requires 'ego driven acknowledgements of personal success'.  As no other fellow Saints Supporters appear to be offering this to you 'In any shape or form', you have taken it on yourself to say.  'I'm Right ; That's what I said ; I'm the best ; I'm never wrong'.  In other words, please someone recognise my existence.
Well done St Mirren though on your good start to the season.  I'm sure you are a good St Mirren supporter, and good luck to you this season.
Quite the wee meltdown given no fellow Saints were perturbed enough to respond in that manner !
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6 minutes ago, elvis said:

What we all know is we will dominate and get beat seems to be the way against them .

This about St Johnstone? We are unbeaten in our last four games against them and we've won the last two. 

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14 minutes ago, AyrshireTon said:

Apologies if posted elsewhere, but well done Saints, - you've absolutely broken this guy.

 

There's been a few broken on twitter in last 48 hours.

It's been tremendous. This guy and the Rangers Da lad who somehow had us losing a million quid in revenue and 5-7 first team players from the playing budget by denying them a stand were my favourites.

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The absolute irony of Rangers followers trying to offer advice on how we are going wrong with our finances surely can’t be lost on anybody except them and their whinging partners from the East End.

Perennial victims the pair of them. The seethe towards Saints these last few days has been utterly hilarious.

Get it right up the pair of them. 

Keep it up Saints….😂
 

 

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2 hours ago, djchapsticks said:

There's been a few broken on twitter in last 48 hours.

It's been tremendous. This guy and the Rangers Da lad who somehow had us losing a million quid in revenue and 5-7 first team players from the playing budget by denying them a stand were my favourites.

The rangers da and bear patter on Twitter is absolutely tragic.

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Quite ironic, and pleasing, that their qualification for the champions league bumps up the UEFA money that the club will receive by £200K (to £600K). More than enough to make up for their welcome absence from the Fitzy family stand.:)

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10 hours ago, Bairnschild said:

Wow!

I will put money on it that you explode into a rant response

Now, I must say I have enjoyed reading through the 'sensible' comments from the other posters on this forum.  You clearly have a very sensitive personality which requires 'ego driven acknowledgements of personal success'.  As no other fellow Saints Supporters appear to be offering this to you 'In any shape or form', you have taken it on yourself to say.  'I'm Right ; That's what I said ; I'm the best ; I'm never wrong'.  In other words, please someone recognise my existence.

 

^^^^^. The wheel is still spinning but the hamster is dead 

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4 hours ago, meadowroadsaint said:

The seethe towards Saints these last few days has been utterly hilarious.

It's the sullen, sad-faced lament of 'Scottish football hates us so much they'll do anything to not have us in their grounds' that makes me laugh the most. 

I mean, yes? Has anyone in Scottish football ever denied this is anything but the case? I thought that 'no-one likes us, we don't care' was born from this sentiment.

It's as if they truly believe they are an absolute joy to have around and bring colour and vibrancy to our grounds - they can't understand why any supporter with half a functioning brain has no issue (rivalries aside) with Hibs, Hearts, Aberdeen, Motherwell etc. fans being in the ground in large number on matchday, in fact actively welcome it (I'm looking forward to seeing the away end sold out with Hibs fans on Saturday) but want Rangers and Celtic as far away and few in numbers as possible.

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6 hours ago, Lex said:

This about St Johnstone? We are unbeaten in our last four games against them and we've won the last two. 

We have lost six of our last seven against them in Paisley 

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