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I'll give Jim something to Mull over at new side.

Byline: GRAEME MACPHERSON

DANNY MULLEN is desperate to prove former boss Jim Goodwin wrong - by signing for one of St Mirren's rivals.

The striker was one of eight players released by the Paisley club last week at the end of their contracts.

Mullen became a fans' favourite during his twoand-a-half seasons with Saints after netting some crucial goals - including one in last year's play-off final versus Dundee United.

But the former Livingston ace hardly featured under Goodwin last season. And now he hopes another Premiership club will give him a chance to prove his old gaffer wrong.

He said: "I loved most of my time at St Mirren. It's just the last two managers who didn't take to me.

"I just need to get a manager now who believes in me. When I get a run in the team I score goals.

"This is a level I can do well at and where I want to stay next season. That's going to be my aim."

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Author:GRAEME MACPHERSON
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jun 8, 2020
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