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Thread: Jamie McGrath (M St Mirren b.1996)

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    Aberdeen amongst the clubs interested in young Jamie.

    https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp...jamie-mcgrath/

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    https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2021/04/2...jamie-mcgrath/

    Peterborough linked here. They'd have to lose both of their last 2 games and Lincoln win all of their last 3 to lose out on automatic promotion.

    I would think Aberdeen would be much of a sideways step. He turns 25 in September so he's not particularly young. I would prefer to see the Peterborough move myself.

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    A liitle older older than I thought...

    You're right of course, a potential Championship move would be the better option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olé Olé View Post
    https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2021/04/2...jamie-mcgrath/

    Peterborough linked here. They'd have to lose both of their last 2 games and Lincoln win all of their last 3 to lose out on automatic promotion.

    I would think Aberdeen would be much of a sideways step. He turns 25 in September so he's not particularly young. I would prefer to see the Peterborough move myself.
    More potential from being tested in the Championship these days ~ sad for Scottish football but that is the way it is.

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    Irish midfielder Jamie McGrath 'could have a pick of a number of clubs' https://the42.ie/5425389

    Talked up by a teammate who seems resigns to losing him. Reading between the lines, I think it's clear this guy reckons McGrath is too good for St Mirren.

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    Nabbed a consolation against Hamilton today: https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/56869430

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    Jim Goodwin confirms that St Mirren have received bids for McGrath:

    After the match Goodwin confirmed reports that the club have knocked back several offers for their Irish playmaker, and insists he won’t leave Paisley unless the Buddies’ deem the offer fit for the quality of their prize asset.

    He told Express Sport: “We had a bid a couple of weeks ago and we’re very transparent with Jamie and his representatives.

    “We want to hold on to him, as you can see by the fact he was in our starting XI against Dunfermline.

    “We don’t need to sell anyone either, but we’re always fair to players that come here or that come through the academy.

    “If a bid meets our valuation and it’s a club that Jamie quite likes the idea of then we’re not going to stand in anyone’s way to earning some big money at a potentially bigger club."

    https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/in-you...grath-24530918

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trequartista20 View Post
    Jim Goodwin confirms that St Mirren have received bids for McGrath:

    After the match Goodwin confirmed reports that the club have knocked back several offers for their Irish playmaker, and insists he won’t leave Paisley unless the Buddies’ deem the offer fit for the quality of their prize asset.

    He told Express Sport: “We had a bid a couple of weeks ago and we’re very transparent with Jamie and his representatives.

    “We want to hold on to him, as you can see by the fact he was in our starting XI against Dunfermline.

    “We don’t need to sell anyone either, but we’re always fair to players that come here or that come through the academy.

    “If a bid meets our valuation and it’s a club that Jamie quite likes the idea of then we’re not going to stand in anyone’s way to earning some big money at a potentially bigger club."

    https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/in-you...grath-24530918
    Good management.

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    I hope the offers are at least championship level. Or celtic

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    All seems rather sensible from Goodwin and the club. If someone really wants McGrath then they will pay and he will play.

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