St Johnstone have been dealt a fresh injury blow, with midfielder David Wotherspoon ruled out of action for around a month.
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St Johnstone are set to make a double signing, with Stevie May being one and Estonian international centre-back Madis Vihmann the other.
The final whistle of Sunday afternoon’s Betfred Cup clash with Ross County wasn’t the end of Matty Kennedy’s weekend work.
The agent of striker Stevie May was sat in the McDiarmid Park directors’ box for yesterday’s Betfred Cup defeat to Ross County, with St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright hopeful the Perth club are closing in on two new signings.
The season is only a couple of weeks old but come next April there may still not be a more glaring example of a team being punished for failing to take its chances than this one.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright admits there is no margin for error if St Johnstone are to keep their Betfred Cup hopes alive.
St Johnstone goalkeeper Elliot Parish has admitted that the Perth side are already looking for a “reaction” – just ONE game into the new season.
Sean Dillon is edging close to his 36th birthday but Montrose manager Stewart Petrie believes there is “plenty of football left in him”.
Dundee are now serious contenders to sign Stevie May.
A defensive injury crisis is hanging over St Johnstone as they start their season at Montrose tonight.