St Mirren manager Jack Ross argued with some fans after his side lost 3-0 to Queen of the South this afternoon.
The Buddies suffered another devastating blow in their bid to stay in the Scottish Championship with the loss at home to Queens.
St Mirren now sit seven points adrift at the bottom of the table after winning none of their last five games – and it’s hard to see how they’re going to be able to turn that around.
Full Time: St Mirren 0-3 Queen of the South.
— St Mirren Official (@saintmirrenfc) January 7, 2017
Some supporters obviously aren’t happy with what’s happening and chose to direct some abuse at Ross and his players at the full-time whistle.
But Ross – a former player at the club – wasn’t prepared to accept that and responded to the fans, with footage of the argument surfacing online after the game:
— mediamonty.com (@MediaMonty) January 7, 2017
If the majority of St Mirren fans are unhappy with Ross then it seems very harsh considering he only replaced Alex Rae at the club in October.
St Mirren hadn’t won in the league before Ross arrived so it was clear there were issues at the club, but they have strung some results together since then despite still sitting bottom of the table.
Maybe when he has a January transfer window to change around the squad, fans can quite rightly give him abuse.