There would have been nods of approval from two St Johnstone legends in the main stand at Fir Park on Saturday.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has given his support to his Scottish Cup-winning captain Dave Mackay.
Former Dundee United player Jordan Allan has only played four times for Stirling Albion since joining from Elgin in the summer but already has two full-time sides interested in him.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie believes his players can cope with the stress of being top of league and insists at it is at the other end of the table where the real pressure lies.
I must admit, I’ve changed my mind.
Just short of 1,500 fans turned out to honour St Johnstone legend Dave Mackay at his testimonial match, but it was the club he started out at who won the match 5-3.
Tommy Wright is trusting St Johnstone fans to turn out in their droves for tonight’s testimonial match honouring Scottish Cup winning skipper Dave Mackay.
Five years have passed since Jody Morris passed the captain’s armband on to Dave Mackay.
Jody Morris was an instant hit with St Johnstone fans when he scored on his debut against local rivals Dundee.
Top of the table matches haven’t come around too often for Montrose in recent years.