St Mirren

St Mirren

Queen of the South 1 - 3 St. Mirren: Saints another step closer to title

St Mirren show no signs of losing their focus as they close in on the title.

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Rumour Mill: Celtic in for Greek ace? | Hearts to bring in nine | Striker to join Celtic?

Scottish football gossip: Celtic set to move for Bundesliga star; Hearts begin recruitment search ahead of close season and could Celtic land £7m-rated forward?

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Harry Davis kept his calm and fired home a penalty for the home side's first goal.  Photograph: Roddy Scott/SNS Group

St Mirren 2 - 0 Dunfermline: Saintly patience pays off

No Morgan, no problem for St Mirren as they returned to form with an ultimately easy and convincing win over Dunfermline despite being without their talismanic winger due to a bout of tonsillitis.


In pictures: Remembering the glory of the Tennent’s Sixes

It ran for ten seasons between 1984 and 1993 and created an age of parity unmatched by the 11-a-side game in the country, even in the more evenly distributed trophy era in which in was created.

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Rumour Mill: Murray to reinvest in Rangers? | Celtic quash defender link | Lewis call-up

Scottish football gossip: Sir David Murray linked with shock reinvestment in Rangers; Celtic rubbish talk linking them with defender and surprise Scotland call-up on the cards

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A snowy Tannadice. Picture: SNS Group

Dundee United match with St Mirren postponed due to weather

Dundee United’s Friday night home match against St Mirren in Scotland’s Ladbrokes Championship has been postponed due to the inclement weather.

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St Mirren's Kyle Magennis' shot is deflected in to the net by Brechin goalkeeper Patrick O'Neil to make it 1-0. Picture: Garry Williamson

St Mirren 1 - 0 Brechin: Saints toil to victory

St Mirren made alarmingly heavy weather of seeing off the challenge of a rock-bottom Brechin who will go into March without registering a league win. Dominating possession wasn’t the issue for the Paisley men, however a lack of creativity and a genuine cutting edge were major issues, with on-loan Lewis Morgan, as he has been since joining Celtic, a peripheral figure for Saints who despite not being tested, did not really look like a team with an 11-point cushion at the top.

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Ryan Hardie had already struck once, and his second made it 2-1 to Livingston after just 15 minutes. Photograph: Ross Parker/SNS

Livingston 4 - 1 St Mirren: Livi hand out lesson to leaders

It’s been a funny old week for St Mirren. Perhaps it contributed to this game featuring one of the most crazy opening 25 minutes anyone at the Tony Macaroni Arena yesterday is likely to witness all season. If retaining the services of Jack Ross as manager after an approach from Barnsley was perhaps the Buddies biggest result of the campaign, this bumpy ride at the hands of an immaculately organised Livingston side was a reminder that in the words of Ross himself ‘there is still work to do’ at the Paisley club.


Rumour Mill: Another bid for Alfredo Morelos | loan signings ‘good for Celtic’ | Murty denies Wilson claims

Rangers have rejected a fourth bid for Alfredo Morelos, Peter Lawwell believes loan deals can help Celtic’s reputation grow, and Graeme Murty insists Danny Wilson wanted to leave Rangers.

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Staying put: St Mirren boss Jack Ross. Picture: SNS Group

Jack Ross staying at St Mirren, club confirms

Jack Ross is remaining at St Mirren, despite recent speculation linking him with a move away from Paisley.

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St Mirren manager Jack Ross. Picture: Michael Gillen

St Mirren allow Barnsley to speak with manager Jack Ross - reports

St Mirren have granted permission for Barnsley to speak with manager Jack Ross, according to reports.

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Rumour Mill: Danny Wilson on Rangers exit | Celtic handed Europa League boost | Jack Ross to leave St Mirren?

Danny Wilson has revealed the details behind his exit from Rangers, Celtic look set to be handed a boost ahead of their tie with Zenit St Petersburg, and Jack Ross has been given permission to speak with Barnsley.

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Liam Smith fires Championship leaders St Mirren into the lead against Queen of the South. Photograph: SAMMY TURNER/SNS

St Mirren 2 - 0 Queen of the South: Saints go marching on

The express train departing from Paisley right now is St Mirren hurtling towards the Premiership. A combination of inactivity and the poor form of their nearest challengers Dundee United means that Jack Ross’s ebullient side are now an enormous 14 points clear at the top of the table and even if the Tannadice men rediscover some semblance of purpose it’s getting beyond imagination that they can chisel away that kind of lead.

Stephen Hendrie has joined Motherwell on loan for the remainder of the season. Picture: Getty

Transfer deadline day: The done deals in Scottish football so far

Here is a list of all the transfer day deadline days which have been confirmed.


20 of the best January window signings in the Scottish top flight

With the minutes counting down on the 2018 January transfer window there is still enough time for Scottish clubs to get deals over the line.

St Mirren's Jack Baird celebrates after scoring to make it 2-1. Picture: SNS

Dunfermline 1-2 St Mirren: Lewis Morgan inspires Buddies

Lewis Morgan further enhanced his burgeoning 
reputation as his moment of genius helped St Mirren tighten their grip at the summit of the Championship with a breathless 2-1 triumph against Dunfermline.

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Aberdeen's Adam Rooney opens the scoring from the penalty spot. Picture: SNS

Aberdeen issue statement of intent with St Mirren thrashing

Losing last year’s Scottish Cup final has given Aberdeen extra incentive to engineer another shot at it this term.

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Rumour Mill: Morelos on the move? | McGinn considering new Hibs deal | Celtic linked with two-time Bundesliga winner

Alfredo Morelos has been linked with a move to the Championship, John McGinn is not in a rush to leave Edinburgh and would consider a new deal and Celtic chase a two-time Bundesliga winner.

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Gary Mackay-Steven lets rip to seal Aberdeen's win. Picture: SNS/Craig Foy

Aberdeen 4 - 1 St Mirren: Dons dominate Championship leaders

Forget the romance of the cup. There was no wooing involved in this one. From the minute Adam Rooney slammed home the opening goal in the seventh minute, it was a case of wham, bam, thank you mam.

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Hearts hero Jose Quitongo was a man of many clubs during his playing career. Picture: John Devlin

Interview: Jose Quitongo played with a smile and a sense of style

The wind is howling round the giant metal box which houses the sports centre at Ravenscraig and, in a vain attempt to escape the side-on snow blasts, your correspondent is cowering against the wall. Jose Quitongo is doing the same thing, only with a megawatt smile on his face and considerably more sartorial swagger.

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