St Mirren captain Joe Shaughnessy insists there is no major pressure on his side as they look to turn the tide on last season’s last-gasp disappointment and seal an elusive top-six place. Saints were on their way into the top six for the first time since 1985 before Hamilton’s...
St Mirren skipper Joe Shaughnessy was not surprised to see Aberdeen target Jim Goodwin as he vowed not to let the disruption derail their run of form. Assistant manager Lee Sharp and goalkeeping coach Jamie Langfield took training on the eve of Saturday’s cinch Premiership trip to Livingston after St Mirren gave Goodwin permission to speak to the Dons.
St Mirren centre-back Joe Shaughnessy is suspended for Wednesday’s cinch Premiership encounter with Ross County. The defender was sent off in the closing stages of Saturday’s 2-0 defeat by Hearts. The skipper joins fellow central defender Conor McCarthy (ankle) on the sidelines. Harry Clarke is suspended for County’s trip to...
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin believes there was no need for referee Alan Muir to send off Joe Shaughnessy at the end of Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Hearts. Already carrying a booking for a crunching first-half tackle on Liam Boyce, the defender picked up a second caution for hauling down Cammy Devlin on the edge of the box in the last play of the game.
St Mirren captain Joe Shaughnessy views the prospect of curtailing new Celtic star Kyogo Furuhashi as a test rather than a potential tribulation. The all-action Japanese forward has become a favourite of the Hoops supporters since joining Ange Postecoglou’s side from Vissel Kobe in July. Furuhashi scored his sixth goal...
Captain Joe Shaughnessy has signed a new two-year deal with St Mirren after enjoying a “brilliant” debut season with the Buddies. The 28-year-old defender joined Saints from Southend in July 2020 and was named as vice-captain in October before becoming skipper in January. Shaughnessy, now tied to the Paisley club...
Captain Joe Shaughnessy equalises for St Mirren against Kilmarnock to make it 2-2 in the last quarter-final of the weekend.
St Mirren defender Joe Shaughnessy feels Saturday’s game against Hamilton could help launch a new era of success for the Paisley club. The Buddies will secure a top-six Scottish Premiership finish if they win at Hamilton, but anything less would open the door for St Johnstone should the Perth club beat Ross County at home.