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Graeme Mackie


We walked down Love Street my father and me, Saints' 100th anniversary against the great Liverpool side of 1977 , Dalgeish etc.

My sister never got picked up from Brownies that night as me and my Dad stood at the Love St. end (where we never stood-but the Cairters was for men that night).

It ended 1-0 Liverpool after extra time and Phil Neil et al got away with their reputations intact; perhaps it was the start of Fergie's rivalry with the 'Pool, who knows ?

Memories are good ... "A joy to watch"

Miss Love Street, love St Mirren, Graeme

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My brother took me to this game for my 11th birthday. I was daft on Kenny Dalglish and was never happier to see him move from Celtic. We ended up standing in Cairters Corner that night cos I made my brother stand and watch the Liverpool bus turn up and I got to watch all my heroes enter the Love Street stand. Thanks Andy. You put me on the right track.

– , November 6 2011 at 10:55

Game ended 1-1 - Dalglish for Liverpool and Aber for Saints. Liverpool won 5-4 on penalties with David Johnson scoring the winning spot kick. Liverpool Team: Clemence, Neal, Smith, Thompson, Hughes, Callaghan, Heighway, R. Kennedy, McDermott, Fairclough, Dalglish. Came on as subs: Case, Johnson.,,10295~8274330,00.jpg

– , November 8 2011 at 19:08

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