Alnwick declared that St Mirren and Motherwell get along

Sat 12 December 2020 | 15:56

Jak Alnwick implied there is no negative feelings for Motherwell, despite seeing the Steelmen benefit from St Mirren’s coronavirus trouble.



were the winners from last week’s Scottish Professional Football League disciplinary ruling that had them earn six points after Saints and Kilmarnock were both dismissed for violating coronavirus safeguards.


St Mirren

were penalized with two 3-0 losses and a suspended £40,000 fine after an outburst amongst Jim Goodwin’s team which canceled October matches with Well and Hamilton.



does not accept it will be an extra spicy event.

The Ex-Rangers Goalkeeper said:

“There’s no bitterness towards Motherwell. They’ve obviously prepared for a game that was then called off.

“But I don’t think they will have been thinking they should have got the points.

“It’s down to the SPFL. It’s happened to Kilmarnock as well so Motherwell have picked up six points, which helps them.

“But there’s no bitterness this weekend. We want to win the game of football as we would have done in any case. There’s no extra hatred.

“It’s how football is at the minute. I even look at teams down south like Newcastle United. They are one of the biggest teams in the Premier League and they have had to call a game off. What the outcome of that will be I don’t know.

“But it’s the new normal at the minute and we just have to get used to it.”

Saints having eight unbeaten games in all competitions now see themselves at bottom of the table after relegation rivals Hamilton also got an easy win.



is not putting the blame on either Brian Rice’s Accies or Motherwell.

He said:

“That is one thing we can look at. It’s not nice that we’ve lost out on six points against two teams who are right around us.

“It’s difficult to take but you’ve just got to use that as motivation to move forward with.

“We can’t feel sorry for ourselves and end up losing two, three, four games because we’ve been moping about. If you do that you will end up in trouble.

“But we’ve had a good reaction to it, picked up some good results against Aberdeen who are arguably the third best team in the division.”





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