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Stephen Robinson backs Eamonn Brophy and Curtis Main to solve St Mirren's goalscoring problem

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Stephen Robinson believes St Mirren already have the answer to their goalscoring problem in the building – they just need to get them fit enough to show it on the park.Having failed to net against Arbroath and Airdrie in the Premier Sports Cup, the Buddies lack of a clinical edge came back to haunt them yet again in their Premiership opener against Motherwell last Sunday.Despite creating numerous chances the Saints simply couldn’t find a way past an inspired Liam Kelly, meaning they walked away from a game they dominated empty-handed.Ahead of today’s trip to face former boss Jim Goodwin’s Aberdeen, Robinson revealed strikers Curtis Main and Eamonn Brophy will feature at some point at Pittodrie as the Paisley duo continue to recover from their respective injuries.The St Mirren boss feels the forward pair can answer the club’s call for more potency in the box once they’re back fighting fit.Robinson told Express Sport: “Jonah Ayunga has been excellent, scoring four goals in five games which I don’t think has been done for a long, long time at St Mirren. "Eamonn Brophy and Curtis Main have had injury problems which has meant I’ve only been able to use them sporadically so far since I came in.“But they’re coming back up to speed and that should give us more options.“Players can become better players in the eyes of fans, and managers, when they’ve been out for a while and the team hasn’t been getting results.

But we know what Eamonn and Curtis can bring.“Curtis has a physical presence and can score, while Eamonn is the most natural finisher at the club.

He scores non-stop in training.“They had an hour in a bounce game against Ayr in midweek and, while they’re not quite 100 per cent, they could both feature at some stage at

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