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St Johnstone's Murray Davidson insists he'd rather take abuse from 10,000 fans than play in empty stadium

ST JOHNSTONE midfielder Murray Davidson would rather take abuse from 10,000 fans than play another match behind closed doors. Davidson enjoyed his first appearance in front of fans in over a year when 1,000 lucky St Johnstone season ticket holders watched the 1-1 draw with Preston North End. And the midfielder, who celebrated a historic cup double last term with the Perth side, admitted the reunion with supporters showed him how much fans matter to football.

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St Johnstone's Murray Davidson insists he'd rather take abuse from 10,000 fans than play in empty stadium

St Johnstone scrapper Murray Davidson can’t wait to be fired up by away end abuse now fans are back at football

Murray Davidson was thrilled to see St Johnstone fans back at McDiarmid Park for the first time in 16 months. There were just 1000 lucky ballot winners scattered around the stadium for Tuesday’s 1-1 friendly with Preston North End. But they made themselves heard. The masked and socially distanced supporters relished the chance to finally hail manager Callum Davidson and his double cup winners.

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St Johnstone scrapper Murray Davidson can’t wait to be fired up by away end abuse now fans are back at football

How Murray Davidson scratched his seven year itch and ended seven days of torment with emotional St Johnstone win

How Murray Davidson scratched his seven year itch and ended seven days of torment with St Johnstone cup win IT took seven long years for Murray Davidson to put the pain and disappointment of missing out on St Johnstone’s win over Dundee United in the Scottish Cup final at Parkhead in 2014 behind him.

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How Murray Davidson scratched his seven year itch and ended seven days of torment with emotional St Johnstone win

Murray Davidson washed hands 20 times a day to avoid missing Saints cup final

MURRAY DAVIDSON lifted the lid on his anxious Covid isolation — and revealed he was washing his hands 20 times a day in a bid to avoid missing out on a THIRD cup final. The midfielder made an appearance in a Saints final at last after sitting out the 2014 triumph and this season’s League Cup win through injury.

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Murray Davidson washed hands 20 times a day to avoid missing Saints cup final

Murray Davidson: St Johnstone cup winner couldn't bear to look at his phone in fear of a positive Covid test result

Heartbreak upon heartbreak. Agony upon agony. The Murray Davidson cup story has had a vice-like grip on his emotions for seven years and, right up until its joyous conclusion, refused to let go. That he was the man who missed out on not one but two St Johnstone finals (and wins) would have been more than enough to play on the midfielder’s mind in the build-up to Saturday’s clash with Hibs at Hampden Park.

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Murray Davidson: St Johnstone cup winner couldn't bear to look at his phone in fear of a positive Covid test result

St Johnstone keeper Elliott Parish signs new contract

Elliott Parish has become the latest St Johnstone player to sign a new contract for next season. Over the last few months David Wotherspoon, Liam Gordon, Callum Booth, Stevie May, Liam Craig, Craig Bryson, Chris Kane and Murray Davidson all put pen to paper on fresh deals.

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St Johnstone keeper Elliott Parish signs new contract

Derek McInnes: Liam Craig and Murray Davidson are part of the St Johnstone fabric

One was his first signing at St Johnstone and the other was part of arguably the best double deal in the Perth club’s history. No wonder Derek McInnes looks back on the recruitment of Liam Craig and Murray Davidson as two of the best bits of transfer business he has ever concluded.

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Derek McInnes: Liam Craig and Murray Davidson are part of the St Johnstone fabric

Steven Anderson would love Murray Davidson to have his special Hampden moment

The club's record appearance holder and 2014 Scottish Cup winner is hoping the midfielder has a memorable day at the weekend He is the record appearance holder, 2014 Scottish Cup winner and all-round club legend. Steven Anderson will forever remember the moment he got his hands on the famous trophy for the first time.

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Steven Anderson would love Murray Davidson to have his special Hampden moment

Murray Davidson signs on for his 13th season at St Johnstone

Murray Davidson has received a pre-Hampden boost after committing his future to St Johnstone for another year.The popular Saints veteran is set to enter into his 13th season with the Perth outfit after signing on again until next summer.And the 33-year-old hopes to do it with a winner’s medal hanging round his neck at last.

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Murray Davidson signs on for his 13th season at St Johnstone

Murray Davidson: St Johnstone midfielder looks forward to biggest game of his career after signing new contract

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson is looking forward to the “biggest game” of his career after signing a new one-year contract.Davidson, 33, has been a Saints player since 2009.After missing out on the 2014 Scottish Cup final and this season’s Betfred Cup final through injury, he is now hoping it will be third time lucky against Hibs on Saturday.

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Murray Davidson: St Johnstone midfielder looks forward to biggest game of his career after signing new contract

Murray Davidson commits future to St Johnstone for 13th season

Murray Davidson has received a pre-Hampden boost after committing his future to St Johnstone for another year.The popular Saints veteran is set to enter into his 13th season with the Perth outfit after signing on again until next summer.And the 33-year-old hopes to do it with a winner's medal hanging round his neck at last.

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Murray Davidson commits future to St Johnstone for 13th season

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson pens new deal ahead of Scottish Cup final

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson has penned a new one-year deal at McDiarmid Park ahead of the Scottish Cup final this weekend.The 33-year-old, has been in Perth since 2009 and will now remain with Callum Davidson's team until the summer of 2022.After signing his new deal, Davidson said: "I think everyone is aware of what St Johnstone means to me.

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St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson pens new deal ahead of Scottish Cup final

Callum Davidson keen for St Johnstone to avoid coronavirus setbacks

Callum Davidson is hopeful a combination of necessary game-time and strict coronavirus measures will ensure St Johnstone are in the best possible condition for the Scottish Cup final.The McDiarmid Park side have had to cope with a Covid-19 outbreak at the club, which has robbed them of the services of key personnel in their last three outings.

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Callum Davidson keen for St Johnstone to avoid coronavirus setbacks

Callum Davidson hoping St Johnstone can avoid Covid setbacks in cup final week

Callum Davidson is hopeful a combination of necessary game-time and strict coronavirus measures will ensure St Johnstone are in the best possible condition for the Scottish Cup final.The McDiarmid Park side have had to cope with a Covid-19 outbreak at the club, which has robbed them of the services of key personnel in their last three outings.

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Callum Davidson hoping St Johnstone can avoid Covid setbacks in cup final week

Safety first as Murray Davidson makes seamless return ahead of cup final

The long-serving midfielder put in a performance full of determination to help Saints secure European football It was his first 90 minutes in more than three months.And St Johnstone stalwart Murray Davidson produced the expected performance full of determination and desire.His work in the middle of the park alongside Liam Craig played a big part in helping Saints to secure European football on Saturday.

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Safety first as Murray Davidson makes seamless return ahead of cup final

St Johnstone finish fifth and qualify for European competition

A 0-0 draw with Livingston secured Saints the point they needed at McDiarmid Park The season of success continues - St Johnstone will be playing European football this summer.That fine achievement was secured on Saturday afternoon following a rather uneventful 0-0 draw with Livingston.While certainly not a classic, the point was enough to claim fifth place in the Scottish Premiership and a special ticket to the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa Conference League.

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St Johnstone finish fifth and qualify for European competition

Result: St Johnstone 0-0 Livingston: Hosts guarantee spot in European football

St Johnstone are guaranteed European football next season after they clung on to fifth place in the Premiership with a goalless stalemate against Livingston.The Perth outfit knew a point would be enough to keep their visitors at bay in the table and they defended stoutly to secure the draw they needed to bring down the curtain on their league campaign.

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Result: St Johnstone 0-0 Livingston: Hosts guarantee spot in European football

BREAKING: St Johnstone welcome back three players as Covid-19 crisis eases

St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson welcomed three players back into his first team for the last league match of the season as the Covid-19 crisis at McDiarmid Park begins to ease.Murray Davidson, Liam Craig and Stevie May all returned to the starting line-up for the clash with Livingston.

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BREAKING: St Johnstone welcome back three players as Covid-19 crisis eases

Serious St Johnstone covid issues “very concerning” for manager Callum Davidson ahead of Hibs Scottish Cup final

St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson has expressed fears over the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak at his club could have on their quest to make history in the Scottish Cup final a week on Saturday.The Perth side have given no details over a further outbreak that is believed to have occurred following two positive cases last week that denied him four players for the Scottish Cup semi-final victory over St Mirren.

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Serious St Johnstone covid issues “very concerning” for manager Callum Davidson ahead of Hibs Scottish Cup final