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St Mirren v Accies: Monday Night Madness

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Just now, Wilbur said:

Yes, congratulations Hamilton Accies.

Prior to kick-off I thought you had no chance of winning today  ………….. and to think they refer to US as St Liedown.

Gutless St Johnstone, not a single shot on target. Or maybe Accies played like Brazil today.

:)

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9 minutes ago, Wilbur said:

Yes, congratulations Hamilton Accies.

Prior to kick-off I thought you had no chance of winning today  ………….. and to think they refer to US as St Liedown.

Gutless St Johnstone, not a single shot on target. Or maybe Accies played like Brazil today.

:)

St Johnstone had a shot cleared off the line m8.

Probably best to actually research a match before firing the old tinfoil hat on and marching round the town centre.

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St Johnstone had a shot cleared off the line m8.
Probably best to actually research a match before firing the old tinfoil hat on and marching round the town centre.
Well if you look at BBC stats they had 7 attempts at goal and not one on target.

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Just now, elvis said:
42 minutes ago, RandomGuy. said:
St Johnstone had a shot cleared off the line m8.
Probably best to actually research a match before firing the old tinfoil hat on and marching round the town centre.

Well if you look at BBC stats they had 7 attempts at goal and not one on target.

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1 minute ago, elvis said:
43 minutes ago, RandomGuy. said:
St Johnstone had a shot cleared off the line m8.
Probably best to actually research a match before firing the old tinfoil hat on and marching round the town centre.

Well if you look at BBC stats... 

There's your first mistake. 

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On 15/05/2019 at 10:58, Coventry Saint said:

100% agree. I like the look of Cooke, and I prefer Jackson coming off the bench.

Straight 4-4-2 on Saturday, please:

The Czech Wall

McGinn - Popescu - Baird or Mack, don't care - Muzek

McAllister - McGinn - Flynn - Magennis

Cooke - Mullen

 

On 15/05/2019 at 12:41, houston_bud said:

I see the logic in bringing Jackson off the bench, if that's what we go with I'd rather start Nazon though. Cooke's okay but I don't feel he's got much of an end product.

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On 5/18/2019 at 16:13, houston_bud said:

Egg on my face. 

 

6 hours ago, Coventry Saint said:

 

;)

Always knew Cody Cooke was a player! :whistle

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