Playing Rangers on a Sunday, Celtic in midweek and the league leaders Hearts the following weekend is no chore, according to St Johnstone skipper Joe Shaughnessy. The post St Johnstone don’t fear tough week of fixtures appeared first on The Courier.
Patience will be needed for St Johnstone players not used to being on the fringes, such is the strength in depth at McDiarmid Park this season. The post Fringe players will have to keep their focus at St Johnstone appeared first on The Courier.
The prospect of a trip to Ibrox will send a shiver down the spine of many footballers. The post A trip to Ibrox brings back good memories for St Johnstone’s Blair Alston appeared first on The Courier.
Tommy Wright will never criticise his players for trying to stay on their feet in the penalty box – even if it costs St Johnstone a penalty as it did at the weekend. The post Tommy Wright will never criticise St Johnstone players for being honest appeared first on The Courier.
Ross Callachan believes his St Johnstone debut would have been so much better had Willie Collum been a player before becoming a referee. The post St Johnstone would have had penalty had ref Willie Collum been ex-player, insists Ross Callachan appeared first on The Courier.
St Johnstone striker David McMillan has been backed to kick on after heading home his second goal in successive games. The post St Johnstone striker David McMillan backed to kick on after header earns point against Aberdeen appeared first on The Courier.
AFTER a week in which Aberdeen claimed VAR was necessary to regain trust in Scottish officiating, manager Derek McInnes declared that “by and large, the referee got most things right today”.
After scoring four goals in August, Tony Watt may have half-suspected he was in line for the player of the month award. The post St Johnstone’s Tony Watt happy to see his face on the back of a bus appeared first on The Courier.