Football: MY OLD PALS WILL HEAR ALL ABOUT IT IF WE PUT ONE OVER LIVVY SAYS SAINT PAUL KANE; LIVINGSTON V ST JOHNSTONE, KO 3PM

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Football: MY OLD PALS WILL HEAR ALL ABOUT IT IF WE PUT ONE OVER LIVVY SAYS SAINT PAUL KANE; LIVINGSTON V ST JOHNSTONE, KO 3PM


Byline: Kenny ROSS

VETERAN Saint Paul Kane has been praying for a win today - so that he can wind-up the Livvy boys.

The former Hibs star is close friends with Hearts legend and now Livvy coach John Robertson and ex-Saints full-back Gary Bollan.

And a win at Almondvale would give him the chance to do a bit of gloating.

He said: "Livvy have been making all the headlines and they're having a dream season.

"But I'll be having a word in a few ears if we can get a result which very few people outwith Perth are expecting.

"It's all part and parcel of football and it would give me a chance to get my own back after all the calls I've been bombarded with this season.

"But it's more important to get a result that will help us put pressure on the teams closest to us.

"We've handled the strain of being at the bottom and it will be interesting to see how others will cope if we can close the gap."

Kane figured in the Perth squad for last week's derby defeat from Dundee for the first time since August and with Nick Dasovic nursing an ankle knock he's on stand-by for a return. He said: "It's turned out to be the worst injury I've had.

"But at 36 I know I've been lucky on that score.

"There's been a change of manager since I last played so I've still to show Billy Stark what I can do.

"It has been frustrating sitting in the stand but I've had a couple of minor games so I'm ready to play.

"We've turned in some good performances recently but the derby was one to forget.

"It was as poor as we have produced this season and we have to rectify it for the sake of the fans."

Kane respects Livvy's track record on home turf and the talent oozing from their squad.

He said: "Stuart Lovell has been outstanding in central midfield and the strength of their pool is underlined by the fact our former guys Gary Bollan and Nathan Lowndes can't always get starting jerseys.

"And Davide Xausa has been transformed.

"He arrived here straight from Canadian football and discovered he was playing on a different level. The move to Inverness helped him get to grips with it and Livvy have been rewarded. And the fact Robbo is passing on his predatory skills won't have done Davide any harm."

Boss Stark still has injury worries which will restrict his team plans.

While Kane, skipper Jim Weir, Ross Forsyth, Stuart McCluskey and Darren Jackson are in the squad, Dasovic and Darren Dods face late fitness tests after missing training.

Stark is counting out John Paul McBride after a bout of sickness, and groin strain victim Tommy Lovenkrands, along with Benito Kemble, Graeme Jones and Keigan Parker are also out. …

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