THANKFULLY for fans of St Mirren and St Johnstone they had reason to celebrate in midweek as there was little to cheer in a goalless finale to the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
St Mirren manager Danny Lennon paid tribute to outgoing captain John Potter following the defender's final game for the club.
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ST Mirren manager Danny Lennon does not believe his position is under threat despite a community-based consortium working on a takeover of the Paisley club.
GARETH Wardlaw was recalled to St Mirren's starting XI for last night's trip to Pittodrie and he repaid manager Danny Lennon's faith by scoring the only goal of the game - one which assured the Buddies of a place in next season's Scottish Premier League.
It is hard writing this before last night's game against Aberdeen, however in light of the last few weeks it would be no surprise if the results leave us level with Hamilton going into Saturday's game against St Johnstone. Suddenly, what should have been a dead rubber would become our most important game in years.
ST MIRREN manager Danny Lennon hopes that facing their fears in a group discussion will allow his players to brush off the tension and secure their SPL status.
St MIRREN manager Danny Lennon has backed his team to produce the goods when it matters despite seeing Hamilton edge towards a potential dramatic escape against the drop.
SUBSTITUTE Mickael Antoine-Curier handed Hamilton a Clydesdale Bank Premier League lifeline when he headed the only goal in their must-win clash against relegation rivals St Mirren.
ST MIRREN manager Danny Lennon will set his team out to win their Clydesdale Bank Premier League relegation battle against Hamilton today despite the knowledge a draw would leave Accies with an all but impossible task to avoid the drop.
DANNY LENNON has deliberately avoided getting caught up in some sort of football death watch with his St Mirren side's relegation rivals Hamilton Accies.
Hugh Murray admits that winning over St Mirren manager Danny Lennon will make his impending record appearance for the Paisley club all the more pleasing.
ST Mirren manager Danny Lennon has praised Hugh Murray for having the character to prove himself again as the midfielder prepares to break the club's appearances record.
So, it's pretty simple. If we beat Hamilton on Monday, we are safe in the SPL for another season. No ifs or buts, the job will be done. But this is St Mirren we are talking about and things are never that simple.
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DANNY Lennon felt his St Mirren side might have claimed more than a point after edging closer to Clydesdale Bank Premier League survival with yesterday's 1-1 draw at Easter Road.
THE spoils may have been shared at Easter Road yesterday but the point earned by St Mirren will have been more gratefully received than the one picked up by a home side who failed to show much of an appetite for the SPL's bottom six.