After suffering one post-split collapse, St Johnstone have become masters of finishing strongly in the Premiership according to their former captain Dave Mackay.
Dave Mackay believes Dundee would have been “better sticking with what they had” for their relegation battle.
Rookie manager Neil McCann taking over at Dundee is being viewed as a left field gamble by many. Here are five other appointments that veered away from the norm.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is taking advantage of a free weekend to let his players recharge their batteries for the post-split Premiership run-in.
Being a managerial rookie will not stop Neil McCann from keeping Dundee in the Premiership, according to Jim Jefferies.
One of Neil McCann’s Deefiant team-mates believes the man tasked with saving Dundee’s Premiership status is the “ideal modern-day boss”.
The preparations for the play-offs start on Saturday for Dundee United, according to Blair Spittal.
Former Scotland and Lions hooker Gordon Bulloch felt his countrymen's sparse representation in Warren Gatland's squad was somewhat predictable given the lack of influence among selectors.
The time has come for St Johnstone to resume contract talks with Danny Swanson, according to manager Tommy Wright.
Embarrassment was Richard Foster’s strongest emotion in the aftermath of his bust-up with St Johnstone team-mate Danny Swanson.