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Sport Hearts keeper thanks St Mirren for top flight tune up and opens up on one regret

19:31  21 september  2020
19:31  21 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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The 34-year-old Hearts keeper made three appearances between the sticks in just one week to plug the gap left by Jak Alnwick and Dean Lyness after they contracted coronavirus.

With his emergency loan coming to an end, his last appearance for the Buddies was another loss after they were beaten 2-1 by Dundee United on Saturday.

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He revealed he was disappointed to not help his temporary club more during his whirlwind spell at St Mirren Park.

He told Express Sport: “It’s definitely been a strange time for everyone.

“I’m delighted that St Mirren gave me this opportunity to play these games and I enjoyed it, but I’m disappointed we didn’t get any points. That’s definitely a negative.

“It’s the worst thing for a goalkeeper when you make a couple of saves, but still they score and that happened again against Dundee. It was just unlucky.

“I came here to help St Mirren, but, unfortunately, I leave with zero points.”

Despite tension growing between some groups of St Mirren and Hearts supporters, particularly on social media, since the Buddies beat the Jambos in the crucial final game of last season, Zlamal had no hesitation to join up with the Saints to get some much-needed game time.

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He thanked Jim Goodwin and them club for giving him the chance to taste top-flight action again ahead of his return to the Edinburgh side.

He said: “I was delighted to be part of St Mirren just for one week. Now I can go back to Hearts.

“My own manager called me and said that I can go to St Mirren and play tomorrow and I was like ‘wow’. I wasn’t sure if I understood him properly!

“I was shocked because I’d played a friendly game on the Friday and then was going to play a Premiership game the next day.

“The first game was very strange. I turned up to the stadium in my jeans and was put straight into play.

“But, after that, I was training and speaking with the gaffer, the lads and the goalkeeping coach, who are all really nice.

“In the end, I was delighted as it was a good opportunity for me to be back in the Premiership. It was an easy decision.

“I appreciate that St Mirren gave me the chance.”


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