St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has expressed sympathy for the “big job” on Saturday’s opposing number Jim McIntyre’s hands after his side “dominated” the Dark Blues.
Dundee United fans have given a clear indication that they want a new face to take charge at the club, an exclusive Tele poll has revealed.
Dundee supporters have revealed who they want to take over if Neil McCann leaves the club.
Dundee boss Neil McCann has urged the club’s fans to stick with the team after they suffered their fourth defeat on the trot at St Johnstone.
Dundee have three reasons to be cheerful heading to McDiarmid Park this weekend – but a big one to be wary of, too.
Neil McCann's feud with Tommy Wright looks set to continue after he claimed the St Johnstone boss "was not welcome" at Dens Park.
Tommy Wright insists he is not losing sleep despite seeing Dundee's Paul McGowan knocking back the chance to join St Johnstone.
Scenes after the final whistle at Dens Park on Saturday did nothing for the image of Dundee boss Neil McCann, his club and football in general.
Dundee boss Neil McCann is set to be in hot water with the SFA after he appeared to strike St Johnstone’s Zander Clark following a post-match scuffle at Dens.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright: ‘We were better than Dundee in the second half and we had only 10 men’
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright was “proud” of his players despite losing 2-0 at home to Dundee.
Tommy Wright has been installed as the clear favourite for the vacant Dundee United manager job.
Dundee United have been linked with a sensational move to get St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright as their next manager.
Dundee are sweating over the fitness of on-loan playmaker Scott Allan ahead of Saturday’s Premiership tie against St Johnstone.
Striker Chris Kane has signed a two-year contract extension at St Johnstone, keeping him at the club until 2020.
Tommy Wright claimed Blair Alston’s signature was one worth waiting on after the midfielder scored St Johnstone’s second goal in the 2-0 win over Dundee at McDiarmid Park.
Boss Tommy Wright has urged St Johnstone to come flying out of the traps against Dundee at McDiarmid Park.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright feels the pressure is all on Rangers for tonight's Ibrox encounter despite describing his team’s weekend first-half performance as the worst of his tenure.
With Hearts losing away to Partick Thistle, the 2-0 McDiarmid Park defeat by Kilmarnock prevented St Johnstone from leapfrogging the Tynecastle side into fourth in the Premiership table.
Steven MacLean believes the secret to St Johnstone’s fine away record against Ross County this season has been overnight stays in Aviemore, courtesy of their chairman.
Tommy Wright’s focus remains solely on managing St Johnstone as he finds himself among the leading contenders for the Rangers job.