GIVEN the way fortunes have fluctuated, it seems like a lifetime since we occupied the same vestibule at the St Mirren training ground and Steven Thompson told me that â€śyou have to dreamâ€ť. That was shortly after he had returned to Scotland after his sojourns south of the Border. He had signed f
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Tommy Wright and Gary Teale give their reaction after St Johnstone's 2-0 win over St Mirren in the Scottish Premiership.
ST JOHNSTONE cruised to a 2-0 win over St Mirren at McDiarmid Park on Saturday, a result which leaves the visitors four points adrift at the bottom of the Scottish Premiership.
ST JOHNSTONE returned to winning ways to stay on course for a top-six finish with a cakewalk of a victory over an insipid St Mirren team surely now destined for the Championship. Goals in either half did the damage, but, in truth, had Tommy Wrightâ€™s men been more ruthless there could have been aâ
St Johnstone close the gap on fourth-placed Dundee United to two points with a comfortable home win over St Mirren.
St. Mirren boss Gary Teale will take the same squad which suffered last-gasp heartache against Kilmarnock last week to Perth for Saturday's Scottish Premiership clash with St Johnstone.
â€˘ Kilmarnock maintain Gary Lockeâ€™s unbeaten record â€˘ Ross County earn a hard fought 2-2 draw at Hamilton Partick Thistle beat St Johnstone 3-0 in convincing style to alleviate their relegation concerns at Firhill. Two goals in the first 10 minutes of play from Kris Doolan and Conrad Balatoni p