Dundee returned to winning ways with this narrow win over Alloa at Dens.
Dundee’s Danny Johnson admits patience could be key for the home players and fans when Alloa visit Dens this afternoon.
Mark Wilson admits he is under no illusions about the scale of the task he has taken on as the new boss at Brechin City.
Stevie May admits he would like nothing better than to score on his return to Pittodrie tomorrow but his main aim is simply helping St Johnstone secure their first three points of the Premiership season.
Dundee boss James McPake admits he usually has a weekly conversation with Graham Dorrans – but there hasn’t been one about the player coming to Dens.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright is hoping the club’s patient approach to transfer window recruitment will pay dividends, starting on Saturday against Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
Dundee owner Tim Keyes admits the cost of running the club has been more than he initially bargained for but he is still determined to oversee long-term success on and off the field for the Dark Blues.
St Johnstone keeper Zander Clark is hoping Saturday’s game against Aberdeen will mark a new beginning for the Perth side.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright admits he can’t speak highly enough of Steven Anderson – even if he was a “Champions League moaner”!
Cammy Kerr admits the Dundee players have put the fans through the wringer recently but he has urged them to stick by the team for another massive game against Alloa this weekend.