Tommy Wright hasn’t given up hope of keeping his captain, Joe Shaughnessy, at McDiarmid Park – even though he knows Aberdeen will outbid St Johnstone.
The first half of the season has been an extremely encouraging one for St Johnstone, with the Perth men going into the January break in the top six and playing some exciting, attacking football.
Brian Easton is on the “final stretch” of his long recovery from injury, St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has reported.
John Robertson has confirmed that Inverness Caledonian Thistle have received an approach from a Premiership club for Liam Polworth.
Drey Wright’s recovery from a season-ending knee injury is well underway.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has confirmed that he is hoping to make one January signing.
2018 came and went without Brian Easton playing a single game of competitive of football for St Johnstone.
In the first Talking Football of 2019, The Courier's sports writers Eric Nicolson, Ian Roache and Neil Robertson reflect on a miserable end to 2018 for Dundee and Dundee United and a joyous one for St Johnstone.
It should be a sobering statistic for Dundee fans that their team sit no fewer than 24 points behind St Johnstone as we head into the new year.
Football fans in this area will be nervously wondering what 2019 might bring for their teams.