Richard Foster’s season looks to be over, with manager Tommy Wright revealing a hamstring tear is expected to keep the St Johnstone defender out for 12 weeks.
St Johnstone striker Steven MacLean admits Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers “hit the nail on the head” when he questioned the Perth players’ inconsistency.
Tommy Wright believes his two loan signings have shown they can be important assets for the St Johnstone cause in the last few weeks of the season.
The St Johnstone players shouldn’t look upon Brendan Rodgers’ post-match words as an insult, according to Perth boss Tommy Wright.
Steven Anderson has served St Johnstone through the most successful era in the Perth club’s history.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright saw Euro stars Celtic secure a thrilling win over Zenit St Petersburg but is confident his players can still derail the Hoops.
Tommy Wright has enjoyed nothing but success during his time with St Johnstone.
St Johnstone veteran Chris Millar couldn’t mask his frustration at being substituted in the first half as the 2014 Scottish Cup winners exited the competition at Tynecastle on Saturday.
St Johnstone loan player George Williams is ready to make a belated debut against Celtic on Sunday.
The Joe Shaughnessy throw-in has been one of St Johnstone’s biggest attacking weapons in recent games. Probably THE biggest, actually.
St Johnstone playmaker Stefan Scougall’s season may be over, with manager Tommy Wright confirming that a scan has revealed multiple injuries to both his ankle and knee.
It may have been a break from the league campaign but the Scottish Cup still produced a familiar story for St Johnstone.
There are four teams below them in the Premiership table and they are as close to the top six as they are the relegation position.
Tommy Wright has admitted that his team face a character test, the like of which they haven’t had before in his time as St Johnstone manager.
They have been used to a staple diet of top six finishes, European campaigns and cup runs but St Johnstone now have to show the stomach for a relegation battle, according to striker Steven MacLean.
Early promise came to nought for St Johnstone as one of their games in hand was chalked off without any more distance being put between themselves and the teams below.
Richard Foster used to be an advocate of the old line about luck evening itself out over the course of a season.
Jack Hendry and Scott McKenna are the flavours of the month in terms of young Scottish centre-backs.
Matty Willock had done his homework on St Johnstone and was confident that cutting short a spell with Utrecht in favour of four months in Perth was the right career choice for him.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is satisfied with the Perth club’s transfer business.