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Offline Lencarl

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St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« on: September 10, 2018, 02:20:26 PM »
St Johnstone V Aberdeen
15th Sept
15.00
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We will need to bring our "A" game for this one. Can see another nervous affair, but hopefully our injuries will have eased up by Saturday.

Will go for St Johnstone 1 Aberdeen 2


This match may be live on RED TV International, will know nearer the date.


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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2018, 06:19:30 PM »

 Normally just rock up and pay at the gate cant you for this one? Or go into the home end ala ICT


 Working in the morning,but hope to nip down afterwards.Canna be worse than v Killie surely
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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2018, 07:03:49 PM »
Yes Elgin, that's normally the script, pay at the gate & sit in the end nearest the main car park, dons fans with tickets in opposite end.
 Intending to drive aswell, safely leave at 12.30/12.45.  ;)

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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2018, 09:27:11 PM »
Tickets for this match are now SOLD OUT, however there will still be cash turnstiles available at the stadium for those still looking for a ticket on the day of the game.

https://www.afc.co.uk/2018/09/03/ticket-details-st-johnstone-v-aberdeen-saturday-15th-september/
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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #4 on: September 12, 2018, 09:14:37 AM »
Be interesting to see which back 4 or 3 we go with, McInnes said in his interview on RedTV yesterday that McKenna began full training yesterday, hopefully that will be enough time to get him up to speed for this game. If not I reckon we will see a back 4 of  - Logan Ball Considine Lowe - obviously due to current squad circumstances.

Surprising stat that St Johnstone have only lost once in their last 10 games, which was to Kilmarnock. Usually a difficult fixture and not much between the teams, although I hope we'll be itching to put on a show and that in turn, should prove too much for St Johnstone.

St Johnstone 1 vs 2 Aberdeen ( GMS, Anderson )
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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #5 on: September 12, 2018, 09:26:04 AM »
Always a tough and Horrific watch. Can't see us winning this one and sods law will have it that watt will score against us.

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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #6 on: September 12, 2018, 10:55:05 AM »
Haven't been to McDiarmid since the day of the 5-0 walloping we got when Davie Robertson got a red card after about 20 minutes having been booked early on yet persisted in flying into wild challenges. Was also the day McLeish pulled out "injured" before the warm up with rumours of a bust up in coach coming down when Gillhaus (who may or may not have had an ahem "friend" in tow) turned up late for the coach and AM informed Smith if Gillhaus was playing he most certainly wasn't. Everyone remembers the oldco game at the end of the season where we needed a draw to win the title but this was the game where the title really was lost....a 1-0 victory against a St J team who really weren't fir to lace our boots would have seen us lift the title despite that result at Ibrokes. Anyway after the embarrassment I vowed never to set foot in McDiarmid ever again.

However courtesy of my St Johnstone supporting son I am the recipient of a ticket so 27 years after that debacle I'm finally heading back to the scene of the crime.

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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #7 on: September 12, 2018, 01:04:31 PM »
Haven't been to McDiarmid since the day of the 5-0 walloping we got when Davie Robertson got a red card after about 20 minutes having been booked early on yet persisted in flying into wild challenges. Was also the day McLeish pulled out "injured" before the warm up with rumours of a bust up in coach coming down when Gillhaus (who may or may not have had an ahem "friend" in tow) turned up late for the coach and AM informed Smith if Gillhaus was playing he most certainly wasn't. Everyone remembers the oldco game at the end of the season where we needed a draw to win the title but this was the game where the title really was lost....a 1-0 victory against a St J team who really weren't fir to lace our boots would have seen us lift the title despite that result at Ibrokes. Anyway after the embarrassment I vowed never to set foot in McDiarmid ever again.

However courtesy of my St Johnstone supporting son I am the recipient of a ticket so 27 years after that debacle I'm finally heading back to the scene of the crime.

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Well we've not lost 5-0 at McDiarmid since you were last there, so rather than all this nonsense about McLeish (I thought it was Bett?) and Gillhaus, perhaps you are the constant that resulted in is getting walloped. I'm not sure you should go. You're clearly bad luck.

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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #8 on: September 12, 2018, 01:45:12 PM »
It was definitely McLeish who pulled out "injured" in the warm up. The Bett story you are thinking about happened on the coach on the way back after the game......(allegedly)
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« Reply #9 on: September 12, 2018, 01:47:11 PM »
It was definitely McLeish who pulled out "injured" in the warm up. The Bett story you are thinking about happened on the coach on the way back after the game......

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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #10 on: September 12, 2018, 03:55:29 PM »
ST JOHNSTONE v ABERDEEN on Saturday 15th - a traffic plan is in place to deal with the influx of supporters to the area while roadworks are taking place. Ful details on our Facebook page

https://business.facebook.com/TaysidePoliceDivision/photos/a.195412170511189/2037314209654300/?type=3&notif_id=1536763572223457&notif_t=page_post_reaction&ref=notif

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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #11 on: September 12, 2018, 05:42:02 PM »
Always a tough and Horrific watch. Can't see us winning this one and sods law will have it that watt will score against us.

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1-0 St Johnstone, no dons scorer


  What sort of odds do you get for predicting no goal scorer when we score nil?   ;)


  That traffic thing could scupper my going.Have to ask Perth biding bro in-law how bad it is before setting off

 
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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #12 on: September 12, 2018, 07:56:18 PM »
 McKenna back in full training. Not sure if Saturday will come too soon for him to play but fingers crossed with Devlin suspended. Hoban getting his surgery next week, not sure what the delay was but he was sent down to Watford for their medics to take a look.

DM also "hopeful Wilson will be able to play a part"

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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #13 on: September 12, 2018, 10:48:19 PM »
Haven't been to McDiarmid since the day of the 5-0 walloping we got when Davie Robertson got a red card after about 20 minutes having been booked early on yet persisted in flying into wild challenges. Was also the day McLeish pulled out "injured" before the warm up with rumours of a bust up in coach coming down when Gillhaus (who may or may not have had an ahem "friend" in tow) turned up late for the coach and AM informed Smith if Gillhaus was playing he most certainly wasn't. Everyone remembers the oldco game at the end of the season where we needed a draw to win the title but this was the game where the title really was lost....a 1-0 victory against a St J team who really weren't fir to lace our boots would have seen us lift the title despite that result at Ibrokes. Anyway after the embarrassment I vowed never to set foot in McDiarmid ever again.

However courtesy of my St Johnstone supporting son I am the recipient of a ticket so 27 years after that debacle I'm finally heading back to the scene of the crime.

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Driving
Driving
1-2 (Consi, Anderson)

I love this story  ;D
I remember howling after the game and having to pretend it was cause I was upset after a funeral  :o
I won't be in Perth as have a chocolate afternoon tea but will watch "live" on Alba later

I really hope you are not a jinx  ;)
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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #14 on: September 13, 2018, 12:06:13 AM »
Hoping we do not rush McKenna back and he only plays if he is fully fit. Last thing we need is him getting injured further as he is rushed back to soon. Need to find goals from somewhere and would be tempted to give Anderson a start alongside May. St Johnstone look a better team than the one we played in preseason so can see this being a difficult game.

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« Reply #15 on: September 13, 2018, 06:51:25 PM »
Out out out etc (work)
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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #16 on: September 14, 2018, 10:04:20 AM »
wilson oot again ... guess i cannot comment on the point of this signing being an average joe
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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #17 on: September 14, 2018, 01:33:21 PM »
St Johnstone FC wishes to advise Aberdeen fans of a significant change in arrangements for tomorrow’s match at McDiarmid Park.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR ABERDEEN FC SUPPORTERS
Due to a burst water main the road way at the rear of the North Stand is unsafe to use and as a result of this the North Stand will remain closed tomorrow.
All Aberdeen fans who have pre-purchased North Stand tickets will therefore be accommodated in the South (Ormond) Stand at the opposite end of the stadium. The row and seat numbers are the same in both stands and so existing row and seat numbers as shown on tickets for the North Stand should be used in the South Stand. There are a small number of pay at the gate tickets available in that South Stand.
Aberdeen fans who have pre-purchased West Stand family deal tickets or who plan to use the pay at the gate facility in the West Stand are unaffected by this change.
Stewards will be on hand to provide assistance if required.
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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #18 on: September 14, 2018, 01:49:34 PM »
wilson oot again ... guess i cannot comment on the point of this signing being an average joe

Was he injured when he signed like? For such a key position where we're severely lacking, it's ridiculous. If it was unforseen circumstance then I suppose that could happen to anyone, but it's whooring frustrating.

Interesting one tomorrow then. Will be the final, final chance for May I'd think. I reckon McInnes will go:

------------Lewis-----------
Logan---Ball---Consi--Lowe
-------Gleeson--Shinnie----
McGinn-----Wright-----GMS
------------May--------------

I'd have Anderson in for May, but happy for him to be a 60th minute fast-paced impact sub if he's nae ready to start yet (fitness in lasting 90 mins I mean).

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Re: St Johnstone V Aberdeen
« Reply #19 on: September 14, 2018, 02:00:56 PM »
Was he injured when he signed like? For such a key position where we're severely lacking, it's ridiculous. If it was unforseen circumstance then I suppose that could happen to anyone, but it's whooring frustrating.

Interesting one tomorrow then. Will be the final, final chance for May I'd think. I reckon McInnes will go:

------------Lewis-----------
Logan---Ball---Consi--Lowe
-------Gleeson--Shinnie----
McGinn-----Wright-----GMS
------------May--------------

I'd have Anderson in for May, but happy for him to be a 60th minute fast-paced impact sub if he's nae ready to start yet (fitness in lasting 90 mins I mean).

Wilson initially had an ankle knock that made him miss the St Mirren game then a hamstring issue for last game which I am assuming is still reason he is out tomorrow. Could be excused if he had not has similar issues on his last loan spell at Sheffield United.