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Kilmarnock v St Johnstone 5/10/22


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3 hours ago, PSJ.84 said:

Was meant to be on strike today, but that’s been cancelled ‘out of respect’, if this is cancelled too I’ll be seriously grumpy. 

Just think how grumpy you will be when St J, your team, gets beat by Killie.

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20 hours ago, SJFCtheTeamForMe said:

Now this game will be on some obscure Baltic Tuesday night mid winter. 

There will be about 6 Saints fans there. Was meant to buy my ticket for this yesterday and the minute I seen the news she was potentially dying I held off and thank f**k I did!

Why would there be more travelling fans for a midweek fixture?

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So is Ash Taylor suspended whenever we play the fixture or for Killie's game against Livingston. I think it's the former from what I can see in the rules?

'Effective immediately to the next match in the Competition in which the sending-off offence and/or gestures (A5) was reported'

This would still be the next match in the competition, no?

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13 hours ago, Valentino Bolognese said:

So is Ash Taylor suspended whenever we play the fixture or for Killie's game against Livingston. I think it's the former from what I can see in the rules?

'Effective immediately to the next match in the Competition in which the sending-off offence and/or gestures (A5) was reported'

This would still be the next match in the competition, no?

Hopefully he plays ! 

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So is Ash Taylor suspended whenever we play the fixture or for Killie's game against Livingston. I think it's the former from what I can see in the rules?
'Effective immediately to the next match in the Competition in which the sending-off offence and/or gestures (A5) was reported'
This would still be the next match in the competition, no?

No, the next match is the next match that actually happens, nothing to do with what is scheduled to happen.
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  • 3 weeks later...
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Time to bring this one back to the first page. Saints are unbeaten in the reign of the new king. Are Killie fans happy with Derek’s contract extension?

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Happy with McInnes getting a new deal as we need the stability however things aren’t great at the moment. You do feel this a bit of a must win game for us already. 
 

The only excuse we can really make this season has been a lack of winnable home games so far. 

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A fair few legends of my lifetime watching Saints have also been at Kilmarnock.

Alex Totten, Paul Wright, Stevie Zorro Maskrey, Willie Watters who (I think) bagged a hat trick in the 4-0 over Arbroath at muirton when we clinched promotion to end our spell in the bottom division,  Scottish Cup winning hero Frazer Wright, and Del and Doc who got us back into the premier league.  Tommy Wright of course, who not only won us our first major honour, but also relegated Kilmarnock, so a top guy all round.

Did Kevin McGowne also play for killie? Bit before my time, but Ally McCoist was also at both.  

 

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17 hours ago, Sortmeout said:

Happy with McInnes getting a new deal as we need the stability however things aren’t great at the moment. You do feel this a bit of a must win game for us already. 
 

The only excuse we can really make this season has been a lack of winnable home games so far. 

From outside in, seems a bit strange to be giving him a long term contract. Can only assume the Killie fear is that he gets offered a better job somewhere? I think McInnes is a very good manager and with all due respect, is better than both Saints, Killie and Aberdeen too, but I wouldn't be giving a likely high value contract out right now. Maybe his agent hinted at interest elsewhere. 

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2 hours ago, Theyellowbox said:

From outside in, seems a bit strange to be giving him a long term contract. Can only assume the Killie fear is that he gets offered a better job somewhere? I think McInnes is a very good manager and with all due respect, is better than both Saints, Killie and Aberdeen too, but I wouldn't be giving a likely high value contract out right now. Maybe his agent hinted at interest elsewhere. 

We just spent a good few bob revamping and creating new off field roles, bringing in McInnes own people in the process.

I saw a new deal coming the minute they were announced but I didn't expect it to be as long as a 3.5 year one.

It's a big gamble by Bowie & McLeish given our current predicament.

 

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