The first half of the season has been an extremely encouraging one for St Johnstone, with the Perth men going into the January break in the top six and playing some exciting, attacking football.
The start of February will be the time for Dundee United’s new off-field management team to take a “deep breath”, according to the Tangerines’ sporting director Tony Asghar.
Latest Dundee United signing Ian Harkes believes his all-action style of football will be a hit in Scotland with the Tangerines.
Dundee have confirmed the signing of winger Andy Dales on loan from Scunthorpe United. As reported in The Courier, the wideman will be at Dens until the end of the season. A product of Derby County’s academy, Dales has played 25 times for Scunthorpe this term.
New Dundee United owner Mark Ogren has reiterated that a merger of his club and neighbours Dundee is not an option.
Brian Easton is on the “final stretch” of his long recovery from injury, St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has reported.
Forfar manager Jim Weir is thrilled with his first two January signings – and hopes to make two more.
Padraig Harrington hasn’t left us in any doubt about the type of Ryder Cup captain he’s going to be.
John Robertson has confirmed that Inverness Caledonian Thistle have received an approach from a Premiership club for Liam Polworth.
Dundee have recruited Stephen Wright from Rangers to be their new Head of Youth, Courier Sport can reveal.