Matty Kennedy was carted off in agony as St Johnstone kicked off pre-season with a 1-1 draw against Glentoran.
Ross Callachan wants to end this season and start the next one as a St Johnstone first team regular.
Murray Davidson will return to pre-season training with the same zeal and determination as always – “come back in good shape and prove how good you are.”
Jason Kerr is hoping two red cards against Kilmarnock don’t count against him as the Steve Clarke reign as Scotland manager begins.
St Johnstone yesterday completed a double signing.
The pre-match message from St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright will be music to St Mirren fans’ ears.
Aided by the football know-how of his father, Callum Hendry has the mental strength to make sure his emergence with St Johnstone becomes the platform for a successful career rather than a two-goal flash in the pan, according to Perth manager Tommy Wright.
The two St Johnstone youngsters who got a taste of first team football at the end of last season will have Liam Craig’s support to make sure their careers continue to progress at McDiarmid Park.
Jason Kerr is confident that he and Liam Gordon will repay their manager’s faith in them – and forge a successful central defensive partnership for St Johnstone.
Kyle McClean has returned to St Johnstone from Belfast with two winners’ medals and an appreciation of what it is like to play “real football”.