St Mirren 1-0 Kilmarnock

Last updated : 02 January 2010 By Killie Kingdom


I don't think I need to say anything do I? Yet another loss and away from home.  According to the commentary we had a few good chances but there the game lacked entertainment value and there was very little to report each time the reporters were called on. Considering the fact that we went 3-5-2 formation there should have been a lot more entertainment on display than the commentary suggested.

I do have to ask why Burchill and Kyle were left of the starting XI? The team consisted of the following: Mark Brown, Ryan O'Leary, James Fowler, Frazer Wright, Craig Bryson, Manuel Pascali, Jamie Hamill, Gavin Skelton, Danny Invincible, Connor Sammon and David Fernandez with Kevin Kyle, Garry Hay, Medhi T, Graeme Owens, Kelly, Iain Flannigan and Cammy Bell on the bench.

In the first half a good few chances for either side but nothing really that could be classed as entertainment.  Second half was pretty much the same albeit for Chris Innes' goal to be the difference.  This was a game which was another must win in order to increase our chances of survivial in the SPL. The teams we must and I could not emphasize it any better than that, we must win in our next games with St Johnstone, Hamilton AND Falkirk - losing any of these could mean that we are relegated at the end of the season.

The club have pleaded for more of the home support to turn up in the stands at Rugby Park, but how do they expect this to happen when do not even turn up during the 90 minutes.