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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeSt Mirren boss Jim Goodwin blasted Hamilton time wasting tactics after 10 man Accies clung on for a draw in Paisley.George Oakley second yellow card five minutes after the restart reduced the visitors to 10 men but they dug in to secure a precious point.That left Goodwin annoyed as he accused Accies of using every trick in the book to ensure they went back to Lanarkshire with a result.The Irishman said: “That was as frustrating an afternoon as I can remember. Hamilton came with a game plan to obviously frustrate us and every time the ball went out of play it took an age to come back in.”Going down to 10 men probably suited Hamilton because it gave them all the more reason to drop deeper and deeper.”From the first minute Owain Fon Williams was taking half a minute to get the ball back in to play. It didn matter if they had 10 men or 11 that was what they came here to do.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeKallum Higginbotham flew into the centre of a lockdown nightmare long before world football was brought to a halt by the coronavirus crisis.Holed up in a hotel thousands of miles from home with no phone lines or internet permitted and where cows and wild dogs roamed the streets the former Dunfermline winger could have been forgiven for doing an immediate u turn after swapping East End Park for the far east.Higginbotham couldn’t have timed touching down at Real Kashmir worse as the state went into a militarised lockdown on the back of India’s Article 370 which gave the region a measure of autonomy being scrapped in August.Nine months later and back with his fiancee Nicole and kids Mia and Alfie in Edinburgh the 30 year old has lifted the lid on the crazy world that became his ‘normal’ and which took centre stage in the hit BBC Scotland documentary Return to Real Kashmir.Sign up to our Record newsletterGet all the latest s news sent straight to your Inbox every day by signing up to our newsletter.We cover every morsel of information regarding your favourite club in the form of articles, videos and podcasts.The newsletter will arrive every day at 12pm, giving you a round up of the best stories we covered that in the last 24 hours.To sign up, simply enter your email address into the link here.”That documentary might have been a hit with TV viewers but it’s just a fraction of the story,” Higginbotham told Record .”Hand on heart I have never experienced anything like it. But I’d be kicking myself if I never took the opportunity.”The manager had warned me about some of the things that had been happening out there when we spoke about signing, bombings and stuff like that. But nothing could have prepared me for what I landed into.”The politics were something else.”I flew out on August 5 the very day Article 370 was being abolished meaning Kashmir had it’s laws and parliament removed.”It’s a fragile state at the best of times but after that all telephone lines were switched off, there was no internet.