Tommy Wright convinced St Johnstone youngsters are ready to step up but insists he won't rush them
ST JOHNSTONE boss Tommy Wright insists Liam Gordon and Aaron Comrie are bursting with potential – but insists he won’t rush to make them first team regulars.
The Saints defenders have been handed chances this season and Wright is excited about their future.
But he’s wary of hurrying them and insists the timing has to be right when it comes to giving them more top-team experience.
PPA Wright, who helped turn Stevie May into a Scotland cap, said: “I did say youngsters would get their chance this season but quite a lot of people, supporters included, maybe didn’t believe me.
“I’d like to think... read more
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