St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has welcomed the return to action of long-term injury victim Brian Easton.
Brian Easton is on the “final stretch” of his long recovery from injury, St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has reported.
2018 came and went without Brian Easton playing a single game of competitive of football for St Johnstone.
Tommy Wright is hoping that the return of Danny Swanson will enhance his St Johnstone team’s chances of extending their long unbeaten run.
The prospect of another operation for St Johnstone’s Brian Easton appears to be diminishing.
St Johnstone have suffered a double injury blow, with Joe Shaughnessy facing a race against time to be available for the start of the season and Brian Easton experiencing more problems on the comeback trail.
Brian Easton will be careful not to rush his latest comeback from injury as the St Johnstone defender seeks to put a season of “torture” behind him.
Brian Easton’s “total write off” of a season has had the tin lid put on it with the news that the St Johnstone defender needs another operation.
Brian Easton is set to undergo a hernia operation that could keep the St Johnstone defender out of action for at least a month.
Brian Easton is relishing a battle with Scott Tanser for the left-back position when St Johnstone return to action after the winter break.