Ryan Flynn is wishing St Mirren team-mates Jamie McGrath and Jake Doyle-Hayes a speedy recovery – even though he knows it could put his place in Jim Goodwin’s team under threat.
Jim Goodwin thinks his St Mirren players deserve praise for dodging bullets this season, especially as the Paisley boss admits he was the one handing out the ammunition to their rivals.
Livingston boss David Martindale is ready to give his physio the week off after predicting a clean bill of health ahead of next Sunday’s Betfred Cup final.
David Martindale insists Livingston do not have a confidence issue ahead of next weekend’s Betfred Cup final.
Cammy MacPherson’s long-range screamer was not enough to claim Hampden revenge for St Mirren as they settled for a 1-1 draw at home to Livingston.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin has urged his team to “dig in” as they bid to navigate a heavy schedule without five key players.
Ilkay Durmus insists he is happy to put contract talks to one side while he focuses on securing St Mirren’s top-six place.
Brian Rice admits he has Derek McInnes to thank after seeing Hamilton go three games unbeaten for the first time this season.
St Mirren were stung by Bruce Anderson’s sucker punch as Hamilton claimed a valuable 1-1 draw in Paisley.
Jim Goodwin aims to end what he believes has been years of underachievement at St Mirren after extending his deal with the Paisley club.
Celtic defender Greg Taylor has hit back at Jim Goodwin after the St Mirren manager accused him of going down too easily in the penalty box.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes suggested this was not a day to judge his misfiring side as they extended their goalless run to five consecutive games despite handing a debut to recent signing Florian Kamberi.
An angry Jim Goodwin says it is time to name and shame Scottish football’s divers.
Neil Lennon hailed his “brilliant” Celtic side following their 4-0 Scottish Premiership win at St Mirren.
Kilmarnock hope to have a new boss in place by Monday as they look to halt their free fall towards relegation trouble.
St Mirren midfielder Kyle McAllister fired his first goal in 21 months to heap fresh misery on manager-less Kilmarnock with a 2-0 defeat in Paisley.
The absence of Alex Dyer in the Kilmarnock dugout on Saturday will be a stark display of the precariousness of football management but St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin insists he needs no reminder.
St Mirren striker Kristian Dennis faces a lay-off after picking up an injury during the midweek defeat by Hibernian.
Jack Ross has vowed he will help Hibernian stars Ryan Porteous and Kevin Nisbet get the big moves they crave – when the time is right.
Ryan Porteous reiterated his commitment to Hibernian as he helped send Jack Ross’ team up to third in the Scottish Premiership with victory over 10-man St Mirren in Paisley.
St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin admits he took extra pleasure from their Celtic Park victory after some people questioned his team selection.
Neil Lennon described Celtic’s 2-1 defeat by St Mirren as the lowest point of his managerial career.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin says he will select an attack-minded team at Celtic to try to take advantage of the hosts’ defensive “fragilities”.
Jim Goodwin lavished praise on his St Mirren players for bouncing back strongly from their Betfred Cup semi-final disappointment to thrash Dundee United 5-1.
St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin has set out clear top-six targets for his players to ensure there is no Hampden hangover.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin has urged his players to get over their Hampden blow and push for the top six.
Livingston manager David Martindale hailed a collective effort after leading his side to the Betfred Cup final.
Jim Goodwin has told St Mirren to pay no attention to what the form book says as he urged the Buddies to believe in their Betfred Cup destiny.
Jim Goodwin hits out at ‘public shaming’ of clubs over Covid-19 protocols after Neil Lennon and Derek McInnes criticism
St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin has warned other Premiership managers their public criticism of clubs’ protocol shortfalls are not helpful.
St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin has taken a swipe at Neil Lennon and Derek McInnes after accusing them of “publicly shaming” fellow Premiership clubs over their Covid-19 safeguards.