Joe Shaughnessy believes St Johnstone “owe the home fans” a win against Ross County tomorrow – after saving most of their good work this season for away trips.
The Joe Shaughnessy throw-in has been one of St Johnstone’s biggest attacking weapons in recent games. Probably THE biggest, actually.
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 wants a return to the days when the big clubs were sick of the sight of St Johnstone.
It wasn’t only St Johnstone’s six-game goalless run that was brought to an end at Easter Road on Saturday.
Steven Anderson has admitted that losing the St Johnstone captaincy came as a shock.
Joe Shaughnessy is cross with the way St Johnstone have been leaking goals and the defender says it’s time to go back to basics.
St Johnstone defender Joe Shaughnessy would love to play in the same team as his brother.
St Johnstone defender Joe Shaughnessy is confident that the pain of an early European exit will not linger into the domestic season.
Joe Shaughnessy is ready to “be the Ando” of St Johnstone’s new look central defence.