Dundee players left Dens Park to a chorus of boos on Saturday.
The last five games of 2019 will determine how busy St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright will be in the January transfer window.
It’s now 11 seasons since Derek McInnes took St Johnstone out of the Championship and, in that time, they have never looked in danger of returning there. Until now. After a disastrous BetFred Cup group stage, Saints failed to win any of their first 10 league fixtures.
TALKING FOOTBALL: Dundee supporters are getting their patience tested big time (but they shouldn’t boo during a game)
In this week's Talking Football Ian Roache and Eric Nicolson discuss the Dundee boo boys and the football they are being served up, Dundee United's three-week break and St Johnstone's battle to stop the bleeding before they get to the January transfer window.
Jason Holt is ready to put his stop-start season behind him and give St Johnstone the midfield presence Tommy Wright had in mind when he signed the Rangers man on loan.
Tommy Wright has admitted it is “quite remarkable” Sunday’s red card for Murray Davidson was his first in a St Johnstone shirt.
As James McPake tries to find a way of sharpening his Dundee team’s cutting edge, Ian Roache, Jim Spence and Eric Nicolson discuss whether dropping Kane Hemmings is the way to do it. Nine-man St Johnstone, Dundee United at Morton, Scottish Cup shocks and Raith Rovers nostalgia are also on the agenda.