There was a 8,000 sell-out crowd on Sunday 26 May for the St Mirren vs Dundee United Scottish Premiership play-off final at the Simple Digital – St Mirren Park, Paisley.
St Mirren preserved their Scottish Premier League status, and consigned Dundee United to a fourth season in the second tier of SFL Championship League football after a nerve-stricken penalty shootout Scottish Premiership play-off final victory in Paisley.
Vaclav Hladky saved United’s first two spot-kicks from Peter Pawlett and Pavol Safranko, Osman Sow struck a post with the third, and the Slovakian goalkeeper saved Callum Booth’s fourth to ensure St Mirren will spend consecutive seasons in the top flight of Scottish football.
Paisley FM’s Mike McLean has filed a special report on the game for sports reports on Paisley FM 107.5 on Monday morning. Make sure you are listening on his take on this crucial day in St Mirren’s history.
Mike McLean, Monday 27 May, 10.00am until 1.00pm on Paisley FM 107.5