His rumour coincides (times and names) with a Facebook conversation I had with a guy who works at Dens, both May & Cummings were discussed and McPake's 2 or 3 in by the end of the week comment. I wondering if this is his source?.
Tight pitch, wet and slippy plastic, ex-Dee factor. 5 points from 2 games, acceptable after relegation, rebuilding and previous seasons cup results. Time to accept that whilst things aren't perfect they're a hell of a lot better.
Daniel Higgins is a bit like Kerr Waddell, a few decent games and people start turning them into something they're not. Both might step back up the league's but right now they are where they are for a reason.
The story came out a while ago but the plan was always 2020-21. Nelms said he hoped a spade would be in the ground by 2019 but admitted that that was being extremely optimistic. Apparently there's news coming up on the horizon.
St Johnstone chairman Steve Brown admitting that they've already exceeded their 2019/20 budget but are planning on pushing the boat out for May. The fact that weve got cash left in the kitty for a handful of players still might strength our bid.
Byrne was heading away from Curran and wide of the goal, McGowan plays a simple ball into Byrne's path from 20-30 feet away, Byrne plays a reverse pass (might've even been a back heel) blind into the onrushing Curran's path.
Just watched it again so stop arguing!.
Pretty much anyone with two feet can kick a ball, playing a reverse pass blind, whilst under pressure, that not one of your team's supporter or your manager has seen, is pretty damn good. I'm gonna stick with sublime.
I was just saying that on Saturday. McGowan did great in midfield to create an attack but was then struggling to get up and support Nelson who was our only central attacking player at that time. You could almost see the relief on his face when the move broke down as he was just never getting up in time to provide support. Personally think he brings a lot to the team but his days of covering every blade of grass are coming to an end, if they haven't already. Got to use his experience to pick and choose his runs and also to let other do their own jobs.
May will undoubtedly bring more to the team than goals but I'd imagine goals are predominantly what we'll be paying big money for, especially considering the persistent doubts over Nelson's long term fitness and with Curran only just breaking his duck.