Scottish Premiership Manager of the Month
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Scottish Premiership Manager of the Month

1st April 2021

Scottish Premiership Manager of the Month

St Johnstone is delighted to announce that Callum Davidson has been voted as Glen's Scottish Premiership's Manager of the Month for March.

Callum Davidson's team started the month off after a historic win against Livingston in the League Cup Final, which saw him bring home the first-ever League Cup back to the Fair City.

This excellent form carried on into the entire month of March, which saw St Johnstone go undefeated across three games against Hamilton, Hibernian and Ross County. This remarkable run of form helped secure another top 6 split finish.

With a League Cup and guaranteed top 6 finish in the bag, what an incredible first season Callum Davidson is having.

Callum said:

"I'm very proud to win this award.

"This is my first season as a manager and recognition is always gratefully received.

"But it is a team effort so credit to my backroom staff and the players for their hard work and endeavour all season. There is also a great spirit throughout McDiarmid Park.

"We all work together, and that includes our supporters even though they can't get into the stadium just now. But I know they are with us.

"I've been in coaching for seven or eight years and worked under some very good managers in Tommy Wright, Gordon Strachan and Gary Rowett.

"Every day is an education and I have always had that desire to learn something to try and improve myself.

"Working with such quality allowed me to make the step into management and that's why I was delighted when the Chairman and the Board gave me the opportunity to come here last summer.

"St Johnstone Football Club has been a big part of my life and I try to give my best every day.

"Things are going well just now but we know never to take anything for granted. 

"Our aim is to keep pushing on. We have plenty still to play for in this campaign and we want to keep reaching the high standards we try to set every week."

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