St Mirren news
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Assistant boss Andy Millen is the hot favourite to succeed Gus MacPherson, who was sacked by St Mirren on Tuesday.
St Mirren will be without the suspended Lee Mair for Saturday's trip to bottom-club Falkirk but have no fresh injury concerns.
Hugh Murray has promised he will recover from a head knock and be fit for the massive relegation clash against Falkirk on Saturday.
St Mirren boss Gus MacPherson believes playing Andy Dorman in an advanced role can provide the club with valuable goals in the run in.
Hearts and Aberdeen are rumoured to be interested in picking up St Mirren striker Billy Mehmet on a free transfer in the summer
Gus MacPherson is being tipped to name an unchanged side for St Mirren's trip to St Johnstone on Saturday with no fresh injury worries.
St Mirren boss Gus MacPherson says he is not even considering the prospect of relegation from the SPL this season.
SPL bosses have told St Mirren to forget about appealing the decision to send the Buddies back to Falkirk for a third time this season.
St Mirren boss Gus MacPherson may have Steven Robb back for Saturday's trip to Falkirk.
St Mirren boss Gus MacPherson has steeled himself for a tough test against Hearts and hopes the players have prepared properly.
St Mirren's players have been ordered to stay away from training as the club tries to shake off a sickness bug in the camp.
St Mirren boss Gus MacPherson has given the whole of his first-team squad time off to recover from a mystery illness.
St Mirren could welcome back defender David Barron next month after scans showed his injury was not as serious as first thought.
Gus MacPherson has praised his players for playing through illness against Aberdeen and insists he never thought about calling it off.
Graham Carey is back in the St Mirren squad for Saturday's league trip to Aberdeen.
Gus MacPherson has described the 4-0 win over Celtic as "just three points" but feels the goal difference could prove crucial.
St Mirren will be without the injured trio of David Barron, Chris Innes and Allan Johnston for the visit of Celtic on Wednesday night.
No action will be taken against St Mirren assistant Andy Millen following his bust-up with chairman Stewart Gilmour on Sunday.
Gus McPherson believes St Mirren will never have a better chance to win a trophy after losing the CIS Cup final to Rangers on Sunday.
St Mirren will give Chris Innes as long as possible to prove his fitness ahead of Sunday's cup-final date with Rangers.