Alec Cleland was “shocked” when Tommy Wright told him he was leaving St Johnstone.
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Tommy Wright left St Johnstone this weekend after seven years in charge.
Tommy Wright admits leaving St Johnstone was not easy but thinks it is the “right time” as he ended his seven-year tenure as manager.
St Johnstone have announced that long-serving manager Tommy Wright has “parted company” with the club.
Northern Ireland are set to step up the recruitment of their next manager after Michael O’Neill’s successful eight-and-a-half-year tenure came to an end.
Derek McInnes insists Aberdeen are ready to move on to other targets if they cannot strike a deal for Matty Kennedy this month.
Tommy Wright admits St Johnstone will need a bigger cushion over their relegation rivals before he can rest easy.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright feared floodlight problems would halt his side’s William Hill Scottish Cup progress before seeing out a 3-0 triumph over Morton.
Stevie May admits he would love to savour that winning feeling once more as he looks to repeat St Johnstone’s 2014 Scottish Cup heroics.
Hearts have registered their interest in St Johnstone winger Matty Kennedy, Saints boss Tommy Wright has revealed.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright was relieved to see his side maintain their unbeaten run with a 1-1 draw against Ross County – but insisted they deserved all three points.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright praised his players for recovering from an awful start to the season as they moved to within four points of the top six with a hard-fought victory away to Hamilton.
Rival managers Jim Goodwin and Tommy Wright agreed a draw was the right result after a hard-fought contest between St Johnstone and St Mirren in Perth.
Daniel Stendel admits he faces a major task to restore his Hearts players’ confidence after St Johnstone ruined his first match in charge.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is ready for Hearts to come flying out of the traps under new boss Daniel Stendel.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright admits his side are fortunate not to be cast adrift after their slow start to the season.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright took a small crumb of comfort following their 4-0 defeat at Motherwell in the fact that his team were not getting cut adrift.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson hailed his “ruthless” side after they claimed a 4-0 Ladbrokes Premiership victory over St Johnstone at Fir Park.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright will not travel to Fir Park with any sense of fear or inferiority when his side face a team eight places above them in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson wants his side to be “ruthless” in the final third as he faces up to the challenge of overcoming Tommy Wright’s St Johnstone.