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All St Mirren have to do is boot that McMullan midget in the first minute, the DAB's have nothing else, apart from Pawlett rolling around.

Nothing to fear here.

Thank you.

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Pawlett's final ball is a good laugh. If his name is on the team sheet, St Mirren should take a fair bit of encouragement from that.

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16 minutes ago, Bigmouth Strikes Again said:

All St Mirren have to do is boot that McMullan midget in the first minute, the DAB's have nothing else, apart from Pawlett rolling around.

Nothing to fear here.

Thank you.

He took a strong challenge against Falkirk early in his spell at Saints. Retired into a shell and was never seen again.

So yes, hope we get right into him. An early reducer, I think Ron Atkinson would have called it.

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24 minutes ago, Coventry Saint said:

He took a strong challenge against Falkirk early in his spell at Saints. Retired into a shell and was never seen again.

So yes, hope we get right into him. An early reducer, I think Ron Atkinson would have called it.

Yeah, he looks like a shite-hawk. 

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27 minutes ago, Coventry Saint said:

He took a strong challenge against Falkirk early in his spell at Saints. Retired into a shell and was never seen again.

So yes, hope we get right into him. An early reducer, I think Ron Atkinson would have called it.

mind he shat out a 50 50 next 2 mins Rae took him off muttering obscenities under his breath 

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Dundee Utd big favourites for me.

Only seen them once this year.
That was in the Scottish cup in February.

They came to Paisley and beat us easy, despite going down to 10 men.

Have they got worse since then? Hope so, if not we’re fucked.

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50 minutes ago, Bigmouth Strikes Again said:

Yeah, he looks like a shite-hawk. 

He’s a diving cheating wee helmet. He couldn’t lace Kyle McAllister's boots.

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We've already kept United in the championship, it's your turn St Mirren.

Honestly think St Mirren fans should be confident about this, St Mirren looked gone around Christmas but Kearney managed to haul them to 1 point from safety. Definitely think you'll have enough about yous to stay up, think United would need to win 3-0 in the first leg in order to come up.

Edited by Laid-back Accie

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1 hour ago, Coventry Saint said:

He took a strong challenge against Falkirk early in his spell at Saints. Retired into a shell and was never seen again.

So yes, hope we get right into him. An early reducer, I think Ron Atkinson would have called it.

Strong challenge = all out assault by Peter Grant's boy.

Retired into a shell = shat it from every single challenge since. 

 

Apart from that, he's a player. 

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4 hours ago, Szamo's_Ammo said:

It looks like the Maureens are being given the Fair Play Stand only on Thursday. The SPFL take most of the gate anyway so makes sense to have as few away fans at the game as possible. 

So how many does that hold. Is that the one behind the goals or the side on one?

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7 minutes ago, ron said:

So how many does that hold. Is that the one behind the goals or the side on one?

About 1.5k and is half the stand behind the dugouts.

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Lots of narrative in this one - there's McMullan coming back, Cammy Smith having the chance for revenge and Neilson possibly sending us down after knocking us back in the summer.

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Not massively fussed either way, but overall hope st Mirren keep Utd down.

All this talk of Utd building momentum and how it's different this time, and the BT commentators giving it the "big club, everyone in Scotland wants to see them back up" chat, means the best outcome is a soul destroying narrow defeat for Utd.

Agree with the earlier comment, that Dundee and United battling it out in the championship for a season or twelve would be entertaining.

Mon the buddies.

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40 minutes ago, NEFarab said:

About 1.5k and is half the stand behind the dugouts.

They're only getting the top tier so around 750.

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7 minutes ago, Szamo's_Ammo said:

They're only getting the top tier so around 750.

Haha surely not? 

I’m gonna assume we ain’t putting our fans in the bottom tier because last time we had different sets of fans in the fair play together it didn’t end well.

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1 hour ago, Laid-back Accie said:

We've already kept United in the championship, it's your turn St Mirren.

Honestly think St Mirren fans should be confident about this, St Mirren looked gone around Christmas but Kearney managed to haul them to 1 point from safety. Definitely think you'll have enough about yous to stay up, think United would need to win 3-0 in the first leg in order to come up.

A 3-0 win in a crucial game at Tannadice?  Can’t think the last time we did that.

 

 

 

Oh, wait...

 

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1 hour ago, PauloPerth said:

Not massively fussed either way, but overall hope st Mirren keep Utd down.

All this talk of Utd building momentum and how it's different this time, and the BT commentators giving it the "big club, everyone in Scotland wants to see them back up" chat, means the best outcome is a soul destroying narrow defeat for Utd.

Agree with the earlier comment, that Dundee and United battling it out in the championship for a season or twelve would be entertaining.

Mon the buddies.

I bet they'll show plenty of Saints fans in the pre-match build up though. They completely ignored the Accies support two years ago. T hey we're desperate for United to win but with Saints having a decent support they might be less biased this time. 

United were impressive last night but the ridiculous penalty turned the game. St Mirren are unbeaten in six and I think they'll edge it in two tight games 2-1 on aggregate.

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Well done St Mirren on today"s result and your form over the past couple of months. Pity St Johnstone capitulated at Hamilton. 

Hope you thrash the Arabs  in the play off final.  Looking forward to a Dundee Derby in the Championship and a game v St Mirren in the SPL in season 1920-21

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11 minutes ago, Exiledjag said:

Well done St Mirren on today"s result and your form over the past couple of months. Pity St Johnstone capitulated at Hamilton. 

Hope you thrash the Arabs  in the play off final.  Looking forward to a Dundee Derby in the Championship and a game v St Mirren in the SPL in season 1920-21

Good to see Dr Who posting. 

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