Caretaker manager Eddie May believes his fresh perspective helped Hibernian register their first Ladbrokes Premiership victory in three months.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright says his “CV is quite strong” and feels he could be among the candidates for the Northern Ireland job.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is unlikely to make many changes from the side which defeated Hearts 1-0 in their last outing.
Under-fire Hearts manager Craig Levein admits his players have been guilty of producing some “Jekyll and Hyde” performances.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has urged his players to ease the pressure they are facing by getting their first Ladbrokes Premiership win of the season against Hamilton.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice has backed Tommy Wright to turn things around at struggling St Johnstone.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin praised his players’ professionalism after they carved out a second win of the season at home to St Johnstone.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright will be without Liam Gordon for around eight weeks after a scan revealed the extent of a knee injury.
Tommy Wright is drawing on all his experience in his bid to kick start St Johnstone’s season.
Jermain Defoe capped an impressive second-half performance from Rangers with two late goals as Steven Gerrard’s side coasted to a 4-0 victory over St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has dismissed any notion that Rangers could be vulnerable after their European exploits.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright insists Stevie May has nothing to prove on his return to former club Aberdeen on Saturday.
Tommy Wright is at a loss to explain how St Johnstone can go from the highs of their comeback success against Hibernian to the lows of defeat at home to Kilmarnock.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright feels the double lift of their late equaliser at Hibernian and the return of Stevie May should give his players confidence ahead of Kilmarnock’s visit.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has been given a major boost after winger Drey Wright was given the all clear to return to action.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright hopes his side’s longer run-in to the visit to Easter Road has its benefits.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has confirmed he has opened up talks with Aberdeen in a bid to secure the return of striker Stevie May.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has warned the Dons they will make it more difficult for them at Pittodrie than Kilmarnock did.
Ahead of their League Cup quarter-final with Aberdeen, St Johnstone have appealed against Graham Cummins and Chris Kane's bookings for diving.