St Mirren are determined to end their challenging campaign on a high note to repay the supporters who have shelled out cash to follow them all season.
That’s the view of boss Stephen Robinson as the Buddies prepare to travel to Pittodrie to take on Aberdeen in their final Premiership clash of the campaign.
For the first time tomorrow, the Paisley club will face off against former boss Jim Goodwin, whose departure midway through the season derailed Saints’ top six push.
Robinson insists his exhausted players will give everything they have left in the tank to ensure the supporters who travel north don’t feel short-changed come full-time.“The boys are very determined,” he told Express Sport. “It’s very easy to think there’s nothing left to play for.“But fans pay good money to come to the games.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk