I've never seen a hat-trick like it. The keeper got a glove on all three and pushed them all into the net. Incredible. Not sure how the player comes back from that. He's like an outfield player thrown between the sticks. Maybe he can regain some confidence under a new manager.
Quite fitting that we should finish with a horrible result that sums up the last 9 months. I just want to forget the season where we picked up 7 points in Dundee and 6 points in Livingston.
As for Killie, great day for their fans. Finishing above Aberdeen and getting into Europe is very impressive these days. Clarke pretty much made it clear he was leaving and while his apology for not winning a trophy was unnecessary, he knows that in the years ahead their fans will wish they made more of the 18 months when he was at Rugby Park. Shame for them that Celtic have been unstoppable in that time.
I remember Weighorst absolutely ripped him to shreds and I thought he was being OTT but as it turns out it was possibly McCann's worst decision. To sign a mediocre GK on a long contract and make him No.1 was a travesty. If you're going to replace a reliable guy like Parish you've got to find a keeper that is clear step up.
Don't think you can say that last part with any confidence. We've won 1 of our last 21 home games and that victory was sparked by a moment of magic from Kamara.
If it was possible to get the Finn motivated to be a Dundee player for the second half of the season I'm sure it would have helped us put points on the board.
I'm still in disbelief that we left Paisley with no points after bossing them for a large period of the game on the opening day. If Moussa buries that penalty or Hamilton doesn't lose the plot I honestly don't think St Mirren would have finished above us. They were a shambles and we gifted them three undeserved points and that kept them alive while we entered a spiralling crisis chasing our first point.
Fair point. I did think Glen was unprofessional. Maybe the manager could have done more. Maybe it was all down to the player. Ultimately we really don't know what happened. I'm just frustrated and sounding off.
It's over and I'm delighted.
I'm so excited about next season because I've totally lost enthusiasm for this season since about March. New manager, new players, the fixture list coming out, a trip to Gayfield. Cant wait.
St Mirren collected a pathetic 9 points in 24 games between August and February and yet they're out of sight.
For probably the worst top flight St Mirren team ever to go undefeated against Dundee and take 10 points off us is just embarrassing.
Imagine McIntyre made Kamara feel loved and gave him the motivation to stay until the summer. Instead we've had Martin Woods as our main main in central midfield, a guy who was unemployed at the start of the season. What a farce.