MAHON CAN BE THE MAN
Daily Record|January 24, 2022
ST JOHNSTONE recruit John Mahon is in line for a debut in Wednesday's Premiership relegation battle with Dundee.
GORDON BANNERMAN

Under-pressure Perth manager Callum Davidson yesterday tied up a two-and-a-half-year deal for the highly-rated Sligo Rovers defender.

The 22-year-old centreback will be introduced today to teammates still reeling from the shock Scottish Cup exit to League Two side Kelty Hearts.

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