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  • Tuesday November 16th, 2010 @ 21:51

A Message From Pete Mahon

I hope you felt you got good value supporting the Saints in 2010.

When John and myself took over we promised to restore a bit of pride in the Pat's jersey and to get players giving 100% effort and commitment and while it was disappointing to miss out on a trophy, I think we delivered on that.

We have also been working to build for the future by getting some of the best young players around to sign for the club.

We might lose a key player to other clubs with better resources and be forced to take a step back but as a club I feel we've made progress and we're going in the right direction.

To go forward we need your support.

Season ticket income and season ticket numbers are hugely important to the club and to myself.

It is not only an endorsement of the work we're doing but it also allows us to budget and plan for the future.

This is especially important at this time as we are trying to capture the best players available for next season.

These are of course difficult times, money is tight everywhere and taking out a season ticket is a big commitment for you to make.

As manager of St Pat's, all I can say is, I will be doing my very best to bring success to the club next season.

It's a big challenge and I've been involved in this game long enough to know that it cannot be done by any one person.

You need a good coaching team around you, a good squad of players on the pitch and a good set of supporters behind you.

If you can, please get behind St Pat's and myself in 2011 and renew your season ticket.

Yours in football
Pete Mahon

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