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  1. I mentioned my concerns about the signing on Twitter, but a lot of St. Mirren fans have been quite insistent that this kid is a talent and they think he'll do well for us. Fingers crossed.
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  2. One could argue that the game against Hearts on Sunday is a waste of time - however, if we can imagine their kit colours as identical to Arbroath, it offers a great chance to practice how to start with a league win.
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  3. Far from convinced that he has any more potential than our own young forwards and I would still like to see another defender.
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  4. This appears to be the link for the Caley Thistle mini-league: Standings - https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/202829/standings/c Head-to-Head - https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/202858/new-entries/h Only 6 folk in there now - still time to join this as well as Gringo's NPL and the CTO Prediction League .... all a bit of fun and none of it costs any money !
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  5. It's worth a visit if you are in the area
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  6. Ah, but a week is a long time in politics, so a couple of weeks in football is much longer…
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  7. Cove put highlights up yesterday by the way. Parental discretion advised.
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  8. There's your striker in.
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