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Games Photo Albums - St Mirren FC

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Season 2007 - 2008



"... we were excellent... "

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ICT FC 0-0 St Mirren 17th May 2008

Caley Jags ended the season with ten men after David Proctor was red carded on 54 mins.Despite chances falling to Marius Niculae and Denis Wyness, early on, the match ended without either team scoring.

Craig Brewster was satisfied with the team's performance and believed they could have come away with the points, if things had gone a bit different in the first half: "... I thought we were excellent before the break... we had three great opportunities and maybe on another day we would have been comfortable."

Gus MacPherson was pleased to see his team's defensive record extended to 369 minutes without conceding a goal: "You could see tired legs out there... we didn't pass the ball well enough when Inverness went to 10 men... but we've come away from home and kept a clean sheet... over the last few games the defensive record has been superb."

17-May-08, 100 Photos


"... two unbelievable saves... "

St Mirren 1-1 ICT FC 9th February 2008

Caley Jags were the better side during the first half. Their efforts were rewarded on 38 mins when Grant Munro scored the clubs landmark 1000th goal. A Don Cowie corner was met by Dennis Wyness who headed the ball back to Munro. He drove the ball into the back of the net to score his first of the season. St Mirren took more control of the game during the second half. They levelled the score on 75 mins. Billy Mehmet equalised after the ball fell to him from Michael Fraser after he denied Jim Hamilton.

Craig Brewster was happy with today's result: "We had the better of the first half and they had the better of the second half... Chris Smith had two unbelievable saves from Ian Black and Dennis Wyness in the first half... but you've got be to be happy coming here and getting a draw."

On the other hand Gus MacPherson was not happy: "I feel frustrated not to have taken three points... we look at it as two points dropped... it would have been a travesty if we hadn't taken anything."

09-Feb-08, 75 Photos


"... the goal was superb..."

ICT FC 1-0 St Mirren 24th November 2007

Caley Jags moved above Falkirk, and within a point of St Mirren, after today’s home win. All it took was a single goal scored after 6 mins. A penetrating run by Barry Wilson saw him take the ball into the box where he passed to Roy McBain. McBain’s resulting cross was met by a Don Cowie volley which saw the ball beat keeper Chris Smith.

Manager Craig Brewster recognised the improvement in the team's performance: "... I thought the build-up to the goal was superb.... This was a big win for us as it puts us a point behind St Mirren."

St Mirren's Gus McPherson however was not impressed the the referee's performance: "I am not saying the referee has cost us the game... referees don't believe they do that... but there were some strange decisions... referees need to get experience and we understand that, but it always tends to be teams down at the bottom half of the league who have to put up with that."

24-Nov-07, 49 Photos


"sloppy and slack defending"

St Mirren 2-1 ICT FC 18th August 2007

For the second Saturday in a row Caley Jags traveled away from home, played in the rain and lost by two goals to one. Also, like the previous week they played with determination and passion. Unfortunately, St Mirren were allowed to penetrate the defence twice and opportunities in front of the St Mirren net were not converted. Franco Miranda scored St Mirren's first goal after a 19 minutes period in which Caley Jags had made a strong start. The Buddies doubled their lead ten minutes into the second half with a goal from Mark Corcoran. Then three minutes later Caley Jags pulled one back when Don Cowie slid the ball into the net at close range following a cross from Marius Niculae. Caley Jags pressed hard for the remainder of the match but were unable to beat the St Mirren defence again.

After the match Donald Park was unhappy with the performance of the Caley Jags defending: "I'm disappointed with the result but I thought we played very well, especially in the midfield area... The only reason St Mirren scored these goals was down to our sloppy and slack defending."

Gus MacPherson was happy to see his team take their first points of the season and happy with the start made by Franco Miranda: "He has settled in very well, there a few aspects to look at obviously. It was a fantastic ball from Hugh Murray, a fantastic first touch and he finished well with his weaker foot."

18-Aug-07, 56 Photos


Season 2006 - 2007


"... Inverness deserved to win..."

St Mirren 0-1 ICT FC 19th May 2007

The last game of the season for Caley Jags, a trip to the city of Paisley, an early 12:30 kick off, the chance to grab an eight place finish ahead of Dundee United, the opportunity to field some of the younger squad members, the last game in the Caley Jags strip for team captain Darren Dods, the 300th game for the club by Richard Hastings. As for the Buddies, the chance to end the season on a high with a win against the team they beat in the first game of the season, the possibility of a tenth place finish ahead of Motherwell, a farewell to Kirk Broadfoot, and the opportunity to award the Key of the City to Ross Tokely in a mass show of forgiveness... NOT!!

The game itself ended in a win for Caley Jags. A single goal decided the outcome and it was scored on the 74th minute when Stuart McCaffrey headed home. As for Darren Dods, he did not play today, however Richard Hastings was fielded and was on form as usual, Ross Tokely received his now traditional welcome and to keep the Buddies support happy he fell over one of the advertising boards. Young Caley Jags players Zander Sutherland and Rory McAllister's performance pleased manager Charlie Christie and provides him with further options for next season.

Charlie Christie was pleases that the team finished the season with a win, their first away win in the league since 21-Oct-06: "It's always good to finish the season with a win... we thoroughly deserved it, we dictated the game from the first minute to the last, barring a wee charge from St Mirren after we had scored... it just took us so long to score, but it was a good way to finish the season."

Gus MacPherson said: "It was poor and no doubt Inverness deserved to win the game, we can't have any complaints... you try to remind players about standards but because of events last week it was flat."

19/05/07, 112 Photos

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"... we bossed the game ...  "

ICT FC 2-1 St Mirren 1st January 2007

Caley Jags strikers Graham Bayne and Denis Wyness both scored from open play ensuring a win in their first match of 2007. The Saints pulled one back towards the end of the match. They then started to cause problems for their hosts, but did not add further to the score. The match started well for Caley Jags with Bayne's goal coming on 5 minutes when he headed in a Roy McBain cross. Then, 16 minutes later Wyness chested down a Richard Hastings cross which he blasted past keeper Bullock. The Saints battled back and eventually replied on 77 minutes when Kirk Broadfoot headed in past Mark Brown from a Richard Brittain corner. A number of excellent saves by Brown during the course of the game ensured all three points went to Caley Jags.

After the match Charlie Christie commented, "I thought that for 65 minutes we bossed the game, scored two excellent goals and then had three great opportunities to get a third goal, but we never got it. It has been a decent four games of late and barring 15 minutes of madness at Falkirk we have played really well and seven points out of 12 for us is good going." St Mirren manager Gus MacPherson said, "You can't give anyone in football a two-goal start and expect to come back... The last 20 minutes was one-way traffic, but we just couldn't get the second goal."

01/01/07, 68 Photos

"... Inverness are, outside of Celtic, the form side...  "

St Mirren 1-1 ICT FC 28th October 2006

Caley Jags took the lead on 34 mins when Craig Dargo scored following a Barry Wilson cross. John Sutton headed in the equaliser for St Mirren on 65 mins when he got on the end of a Simon Lappin corner.

Caley Jags manager Charlie Christie said: "It was a very good away result but not the best of performances in the second half in fact I was very disappointed with our second half showing.  We had given ourselves a platform with the goal and also had created three or four excellent chances in the first half so to come out in the second half and only have one effort on goal is not like us and was disappointing "Andy Millen, the St Mirren player-assistant manager : "... You have to remember we are still new to the SPL. Inverness are, outside of Celtic, the form side... Credit to our players in the second half, and we merited what we got."

28/10/06, 58 Photos

ICT FC 1-2 St Mirren 29th July 2006

This was St Mirren's first game in their return to the SPL. They got off to a fine start. Caley Jags however started the season with a continuation of their below par home form. However, striker Craig Dargo made an excellent start to his season by scoring the first Caley Jags goal of 2006-2007. Manager, Charlie Christie was far from impressed with the team's defensive efforts. "We lost a really poor first goal, but then the second goal made the first one look like a wonder goal because it was an embarrassment," he said.

29/07/06, 75 Photos



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