“Throwback” midfielder Murray Davidson is ready to shrug off injury again for the St Johnstone cause.
Ending a winless run was essential for St Johnstone on Saturday.
St Johnstone may be bottom of the Premiership without a win to their name so far this season but long-serving midfielder Murray Davidson insists no-one at McDiarmid will be hitting the panic button any time soon.
St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson felt they should have had two penalties at Pittodrie, never mind the one that got away.
MURRAY Davidson admits he was embarrassed after crashing to a 7-0 opening day Premiership defeat to Celtic.
A defensive injury crisis is hanging over St Johnstone as they start their season at Montrose tonight.
Murray Davidson will return to pre-season training with the same zeal and determination as always – “come back in good shape and prove how good you are.”
They don’t give out any trophies for it but St Johnstone will finish the season as the best team in the bottom six.
Murray Davidson didn’t want to see Dundee relegated.
The St Johnstone players won’t hide from the criticism that came their way from their manager, Murray Davidson has insisted.