You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeJim Goodwin admits Jamie McGrath’s early injury summed up last night’s disappointing match for St Mirren.The Buddies clicked into gear quickly against Celtic but found themselves knocked out of rhythm by the Irishman’s departure in the opening 15 minutes.The visitors opened the scoring just two minutes after he went off through Tom Rogic, with the Hoops going on to comprehensively beat the Paisley side thanks to late unanswered strikes from Odsonne Edouard, Ryan Christie and David Turnbull.Goodwin told Express : “It’s not looking good for Jamie.”He’s dislocated his shoulder, sometimes it can be a couple of weeks depending on how serious it is.”If he needs surgery then his season’s probably over, so we’re going through a bit of a difficult patch in terms of that.”We’re missing Kristian Dennis for a number of weeks with a serious achilles problem, and Eamonn Brophy looks as if he’s got a problem with his foot which could be a lengthy one as well.”Unfortunately things are going against us in that respect at the moment, but that’s why we have a good squad and it gives an opportunity to someone else.”We won’t get too disappointed about tonight. There’s lessons to be learned for sure. Of course we’re disappointed to lose the game.
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Tuesday January 5 was also the filing deadline for candidates for the spring election. Congratulations to Alder elect Brian Benford! He was the only D6 candidate to complete his registration. This spring election for city council has several hotly contested races and several walk ons.
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