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  1. Jim McIntyre’s side now rooted at the basement as the season prepares to reach its climax.
  2. St Mirren faced a Scottish Premiership relegation play-off against Dundee, despite earning a last-gasp victory!
  3. Both clubs have endured a nightmare start to their seasons and even at this early stage, realistic possibility that either could be playing Championship football next term is a very realistic possibility. St Mirren’s only win in the league so far since gaining promotion came on the opening day of the season. Dundee should have started their league campaign with an away victory but a howler from Jack Hamilton in the Dee goal along with a missed penalty from Sofien Moussa made it a day to forget for the away fans. This has been St Mirren’s only victory so far and their poor form cost Alan S
  4. Both clubs have endured a nightmare start to their seasons and even at this early stage, realistic possibility that either could be playing Championship football next term is a very realistic possibility. St Mirren’s only win in the league so far since gaining promotion came on the opening day of the season. Dundee should have started their league campaign with an away victory but a howler from Jack Hamilton in the Dee goal along with a missed penalty from Sofien Moussa made it a day to forget for the away fans. This has been St Mirren’s only victory so far and their poor form cost Alan S
  5. We may have had the World Cup to quench our thirst for watching a game of football over the past few months but nothing compares to watching your own team in action. We travel to the Premiership new boys St Mirren who comfortably won the Championship to book their spot back with the big boys following a three-year absence. We caught up with Black & White Army to ask them a few questions following an eventful summer for the Paisley team. It’s been some journey for St Mirren in the last few years to reach the Premiership. From staring relegation to League One in the face in 2016/17
  6. We may have had the World Cup to quench our thirst for watching a game of football over the past few months but nothing compares to watching your own team in action. We travel to the Premiership new boys St Mirren who comfortably won the Championship to book their spot back with the big boys following a three-year absence. We caught up with Black & White Army to ask them a few questions following an eventful summer for the Paisley team. It’s been some journey for St Mirren in the last few years to reach the Premiership. From staring relegation to League One in the face in 2016/17
  7. St Mirren Park, also known as Paisley 2021 Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is a football stadium in Paisley, Scotland. It is the home of St Mirren. The stadium is the sixth home of the club and replaced Love Street. The stadium was renamed "Paisley 2021 Stadium" to help promote Paisley's bid to become a UK City of Culture in 2021. Talks over a new stadium began on 15 January 2003, when the club met representatives from Aldi and Lidl. The club were looking to sell their ground at Love Street for retail development. Selling Love Street would secure the necessary funding to build the new st
  8. Dundee made two changes with Kevin Thomson and Kosta Gadzhalov replacing Alex Harris and Luka Tankulic. The changes meant that the Dark Blues adopted a more cautious formation without obvious wide players and Greg Stewart playing as the lone striker. Scott Bain had to be at his best to stop the Dee falling behind in the first few minutes as the home side got off to a flying start. First he pulled off a great low save to push Arquin's header from a free kick round the post. Next he saved with his feet from the unmarked Arquin after Mallan's quick pass had caught out the Dundee defence.
  9. Paul Hartley made two changes to the side, opting for a more attacking formation. Martin Boyle and Luka Tankulic came in for Willie Dyer, who moved onto the bench, and the injured Simon Ferry. The Dark Blues started well, finding space easily and moving the ball smoothly through the midfield. Tankulic looked confident and a fine run nearly took him through on goal but Goodwin nicked the ball away from him as he was about to burst clear. Tankulic then forced a good save from Ridgers with a powerful drive following a poor headed clearance. The resulting corner zipped across the goalmouth wi
  10. Simon Ferry was listed on the team lines but he had been injured in training yesterday. The injury flared up during the warm up and Kevin McBride came in to take his place in midfield. Willie Dyer was also missing. Gary Irvine came in to replace him at left back. The match started at a frantic pace with early chances at either end. Dundee had two quick corners. Kello failed to collect the second and Tankulic's shot was blocked. Saints broke upfield and McLean found himself in space but shot well wide. Play continued to race from end to end with the home side looking the more liv
  11. The Dark Blues took charge when St Mirren captain Jim Goodwin was red carded midway through the second half and were determined to head for home with all three points. It was no surprise when Finnigan headed the winner with nine minutes left and Dundee saw out the match comfortably on top. St Mirren were the better team in the early stages, but although they were trying to play a high tempo game they were too casual to create clear chances. The final balls were never sufficiently accurate or well judged to open up the Dundee defence. St Mirren's central defence wasn't looking comfort
  12. St Mirren ripped the Dundee defence apart in the first 45 minutes. When the half time whistle sounded those home fans who weren't booing were breathing a huge sigh of relief that the Dark Blues were trailing by only a single goal, scored by Dougie Imrie. It took a marvellous performance from Robert Douglas to keep Dundee in touching distance. Dundee re-organised at half time and grew stronger the longer the game went on. They totally dominated the last half hour and took all three points with goals from John Baird and Jim McAlister. St Mirren set the tone for the first half when they
  13. Steven Thompson gave St Mirren a first half lead. Although Ryan Conroy equalised from the penalty spot in the second half Saints ran out winners with another goal from Thompson again and then Imrie at the death. Dundee couldn't field an unchanged team for the fourth match. Matt Lockwood was missing and was replaced at left back by Ryan Conroy. Dundee started the match slowly as the home side were keen to get forward and shoot at every opportunity. The Dee gradually worked their way into the match and started to build some good moves. These mostly involved Colin Nish, who was linking
  14. Dundee wasted a series of good chances and found Craig Samson in good form when they did get the ball on target. That's a lesson Dundee will have to take on board, and quickly, as they adjust to life in the SPL. Total concentration will be required at all times, and poor finishing will be punished. Barry Smith made two changes to the starting line-up. Neil McGregor and Kevin McBride joined the injured list and were replaced by David Grassi, making his debut, and Stephen O'Donnell returning from injury. The first half was poor with neither side able to work the ball into the box and c
  15. We then make the short journey to Arbroath and then Brechin before finishing up with a home tie against Sky Bet Championship outfit Bolton Wanderers at Dens Park. 4th July, 7.45pm – St. Mirren, 2021 Paisley Stadium 8th July, 3pm – Arbroath, Gayfield 11th July, 7.45pm – Brechin City, Glebe Park 14th July, 7pm – Bolton Wanderers, Dens Park Ticket Prices are as followed: St Mirren: Adults £10, OAP + Children £5, Kids U18s go FREE if accompanied with a paying adult. Arbroath: Adults £10, OAP + Children £5, Parent + Child £12 Brechin City: TBA* Bolton: TBA* *To b
  16. Despite The Dark Blues eyeing up St Mirrens Jack Ross, Jim McIntyre's name has popped up as a potential candidate for the Dundee managers position. MacGregor said: "We have had no approach and would not welcome any approaches." Dundee had earlier today asked for permission to speak to Jack Ross rejected by the St Mirren board but are expected to go back in for him in the coming few days.
  17. For the Dark Blues, there is little doubt the January interval came at the wrong time. As they beat St Johnstone 3-0 in the last game before it, they were flying and probably would have preferred the next game to come as soon as possible and not three weeks later. And when the games did come round again, they were denied the services of skipper and influential defensive presence of Darren O’Dea. He’s had to sit out the last two matches because of cup and league suspensions. And while the displays against the Buddies and Dons were not good, luck has not been on Dundee’s side
  18. That is the opinion of midfielder Tom Hateley as the Dark Blues prepare for tonight’s Premiership clash against Aberdeen at Pittodrie. The gloom and doom hung over Dens Park for a while after last Saturday’s surprise Scottish Cup 2-0 home defeat to the Buddies, who are detached at the foot of the Championship. It was a result that sent the Dundee fans away in a bad mood as well as bursting a few fixed-odds coupons. Hateley conceded that it was as grim as it gets and stressed that the players have accepted full responsibility for letting everybody down. Nevertheless, he thin
  19. He could field the same starting XI who suffered that shock Scottish Cup defeat to St Mirren last weekend for the Pittodrie clash. With skipper Darren O’Dea suspended and James McPake and ex-Don Nicky Low not yet fit enough for first-team action, Paul will choose from an unchanged squad tonight. He has considered making changes but letting the players redeem themselves is also on his mind. “Last week that was the same team I put out as the one who beat St Johnstone in the last game before the break,” he said. “I didn’t change anything. “The players just didn’t perform
  20. The 21-year-old doesn’t mince his words when he sums up the lack of quality in last weekend’s performance that saw the Dark Blues crash out of the Scottish Cup to St Mirren. But he also knows it’s time to push that defeat to one side and concentrate on maintaining the Premiership form that took Paul Hartley’s team to within a point of the top six at the winter break. “I think we all know ourselves last week wasn’t good enough and it’s not the way we really are,” said Kerr. “This is a perfect opportunity to go out there and show everyone what we’re made of. “Everyone is rari
  21. The Dens Park boss could start with the same line-up that crashed out of the trophy when they went down 2-0 at home to the Championship’s rock-bottom side St Mirren. With skipper Darren O’Dea suspended and James McPake and ex-Don Nicky Low not yet fit enough for first team action, Hartley will choose from an unchanged squad. He has considered making changes, but letting the players make amends is also on his mind. He said: “The team I put out last week was the same team that beat St Johnstone 3-0 in the last game before the break. I didn’t change anything. “The players just
  22. As we all now know painfully well, what was conjured up in that game was a vastly different story. St Mirren were the visitors to Dens Park last Saturday. Their season has been utterly horrific for them so far. Rooted to the bottom of the Championship, seven points away from second bottom and only thirteen points picked up so far. Oh how easy it should have been for Dundee. Oh, how wrong were we! Followed by a healthy traveling support, this St Mirren team who were sporting FIVE former Dundee players, showed up and looked far more hungrier than their Premiership counterparts. Du
  23. Hartley was left perplexed by their poor performance as the Ladbrokes Championship's bottom club St Mirren inflicted Dundee's first home defeat in six matches to knock them out of the William Hill Scottish Cup. But Hartley felt it was more important to focus on Friday's Premiership encounter at Aberdeen rather than pore over their 2-0 loss. "We have got to pick ourselves up," the Dundee boss said. "We had a disappointing weekend, we have tried to find answers with what went wrong, but that's the same team that beat St Johnstone convincingly. "So the players let themselves down.
  24. The Dark Blues crashed out of the William Hill Scottish Cup at the first hurdle as the Championship strugglers from Paisley pulled off one of the shocks of the round. Etxabeguren is now looking to make amends as league business resumes against the Dons at Pittodrie. The centre-half said: “We have to step up. When we go to Aberdeen, we have to show what we are able to do. “It’s a good opportunity for us to try and bounce back. “I think we owe it to the fans. We can’t perform like that again. We have let them down as well as ourselves. “Now we have to try and make up for
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