Murray Davidson was convinced of Florian Kamberi’s guilt when the Hibs striker started blowing kisses at him.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright felt referee Gavin Duncan was fooled by play-acting when Hibs won a penalty last night.
St Johnstone lost more ground in the race for the top six as they were beaten by 10-man Hibs at McDiarmid Park.
St Johnstone are still in “control of their own destiny” as far as the top six is concerned, defender Scott Tanser has pointed out.
St Johnstone need to be more clinical to get themselves back in the Premiership's top six, Perth boss Tommy Wright has admitted.
Joe Shaughnessy can strive for “international honours” while playing at St Johnstone, according to Tommy Wright.
Tommy Wright believes Perth defender Jason Kerr should be included in the top bracket of defensive talents at the disposal of the national coach.
Starting four games in a fortnight hasn’t been a gentle reintroduction to Scottish football for Sean Goss.