Callum Hendry was exactly the sort of impact player Tommy Wright needed at the weekend.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright admits there is no margin for error if St Johnstone are to keep their Betfred Cup hopes alive.
There was no sign of Stevie May at McDiarmid Park but at least the St Johnstone fans got to see their team’s first win of the season and a few goals being scored.
Zander Clark has indicated to St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright that he wants to sign a new contract.
Ali McCann wasn’t fazed by being thrown in at the deep end against Celtic.
Tommy Wright knows that even his status as the most successful manager in St Johnstone’s history doesn’t make him “untouchable”.
In this week's Talking Football, Courier sports writers Eric Nicolson and Ian Roache assess the significance of Dundee United's first league defeat, James McPake's willingness to make bold selection calls and St Johnstone's new signings making their mark.
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”.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes a resolution can be found to the long-running saga over Stevie May’s potential return to St Johnstone.
David McMillan will get the chance in pre-season to turn his situation at St Johnstone around, according to Perth boss Tommy Wright.