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Callum Davidson: St Johnstone boss breaks Dunblane New Golf Club record

It's been quite a few months for St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson, what with a remarkable cup double and a fifth-place Scottish Premiership finish in his first season as a manager. But now the former Scotland defender has tasted yet more success by becoming the new course record holder at...
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Callum Davidson starting to reshape history-making Saints squad

Callum Davidson has had to make “difficult decisions” as he starts to reshape St Johnstone’s history-making squad. The Perth club is still basking in the afterglow of winning both the League Cup and Scottish Cup while finishing fifth in the Premiership. Davidson has begun preparing for next season by releasing...
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Callum Davidson has the taste for success at St Johnstone

St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson admits he has banked enough memories this year to last a lifetime – but that will not stop him striving for more. The 44-year-old is still buzzing on the afterglow of his side’s sensational Scottish Cup and Betfred Cup double. But Davidson is now turning...
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Callum Davidson determined to celebrate Saints trophy double with supporters

Callum Davidson hopes St Johnstone fans will be allowed at some point to safely celebrate the club’s remarkable cup double with their heroes. Shaun Rooney, who scored the only goal of the Betfred Cup final win over Livingston at Hampden Park in February, was again the Saints match-winner in Saturday’s 1-0 Scottish Cup final triumph over Hibernian back at the national stadium.
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Callum Davidson pays tribute to St Johnstone saviour Geoff Brown after cup glory

Callum Davidson saluted St Johnstone’s saviour Geoff Brown after the 1-0 Scottish Cup final win over Hibernian secured an extraordinary cup double. Wing-back Shaun Rooney, who scored the only goal in the Betfred Cup final win over Livingston at Hampden Park in February, was the hero again with a header in the 31st minute at the national stadium, with Hibs keeper Matt Macey’s penalty save from Glenn Middleton with 15 minutes remaining ultimately rendered academic.
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Callum Davidson to assess St Johnstone squad in wake of Covid-19 outbreak

St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson will assess his squad for the Scottish Cup final following a recent Covid-19 outbreak. Eight players in all were affected, with some only returning to training in the middle of the week. Left-back Scott Tanser is rated at 50-50 after making decent progress following the...
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Callum Davidson says Covid-19 situation at St Johnstone is ‘very concerning’

St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson admits he is very concerned about his Scottish Cup final plans after losing more players to Covid-related issues. Already without four self-isolating players before Sunday’s semi-final win against St Mirren, Davidson only had a 16-man squad for their 4-0 defeat at Celtic Park with Zander Clark, Liam Gordon, Michael O’Halloran and Ali McCann dropping out.
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Callum Davidson happy with St Johnstone’s professionalism ahead of league return

St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson was encouraged by the noises coming from his players after their latest cup triumph as he stressed the importance of their league campaign. Saints moved within 90 minutes of a double when they beat St Mirren in the Scottish Cup on Sunday but they have Scottish Premiership business to take care of before they return to Hampden on May 22.