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No hard feelings says former Arab

St Johnstone winger Jennison Myrie-Williams says he has no grudge against his former club Dundee United ahead of their meeting this weekend.

Former England under-18 international Myrie-Williams departed Tannadice on transfer deadline day and was soon snapped up by the Saints.

"This really is just another game. It`s a big one because it is a derby," he told The Press and Journal. "Going to Tannadice was a very positive experience for me. I was pleased to work under Craig [Levein] and he was brilliant for me. It was unfortunate he left for the Scotland job, but he couldn`t really turn it down.

"Peter has his own way of doing things and I respect them," Myrie-Williams added. "There are no hard feelings. United have had a mixed start, but there`s no doubt they are a good team."

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Date:Saturday September 25 2010

Time: 12:03AM


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