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.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright on pop star Amy MacDonald: ‘If she wants to think that then fair enough’
Tommy Wright has admitted that defending his reputation on the back of criticism from a player’s wife is a career first.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has completed his squad with the short-term signing of former Dundee United left-back Callum Booth.
St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson felt they should have had two penalties at Pittodrie, never mind the one that got away.
Tommy Wright may not be singer Amy Macdonald’s favourite person.
St Johnstone fans hoped this would be the Stevie May show on his return to Pittodrie but instead Michael O'Halloran was the main man.
The time for being distracted by comings and goings at McDiarmid Park has gone, St Johnstone defender Liam Gordon has insisted.
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.
In the latest Talking Football podcast Jim Spence, Ian Roache and Eric Nicolson discuss the message Dundee United will send out to the rest of the league if they extend their 100% record against Ayr United.
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.