Ed Hodge

Our Day in May

May 17, 2014; the greatest date in St Johnstone Football Club's history. The day the Perthshire outfit saw 130 years of waiting to lift a major trophy come to a glorious end. In his first full season in charge, manager Tommy Wright and his team entered the history books after winning the Scottish Cup thanks to a 2–0 win over Tayside rivals Dundee United. Roared on by 15,000 fans, Saints achieved glory on an unforgettable afternoon at Celtic Park in Glasgow, capping a remarkable season for one of the game's perennial underdogs. With Stevie May, the club's talisman striker and semi-final hero, wearing the No 17 shirt, cup final day appeared destined for Saints, before two other Stevens — Anderson and MacLean — emerged as the matchwinners. Our Day In May tells the story of how St Johnstone won the Scottish Cup through the eyes of the management team and the players involved in the Fair City club's historic success. It's a story for any St Johnstone fan to treasure, a story told by those who are heroes forever. ALL ROYALTIES FROM THIS BOOK GO TO ST JOHNSTONE FC YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
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