The St. Johns will make their return to the Scottish Premier League this weekend when they visit Hibs.
The St Johnstone manager is hoping the club’s new players can make a difference against the club who are a good chance of finishing bottom of the Premiership.
St Johnstone are a big, strong club with a lot of ambition, with the aim of becoming a major force in Scottish football.
After beating Dundee United on penalties, the St Johnstones face the Hibs in the league.
This match is a chance to get the club out of their shell and start to show the quality of the players who have come through the academy.
“We are going to be playing a tough game, the team will be hungry, we want to win,” St Johns boss Mårdi said.
The St Johnses are playing in the Scottish Cup, which will be played in their home ground, Hibs Park.
It’s a good opportunity for them to start off against a good Hibs side.
Hibs have had a strong season so far, going 4-0 up against St John’s in the first leg of the Scottish Premiership final.
The hosts were able to move on after the break.
Both sides will be looking to avenge the defeat, with both sides looking to get back into the top four.
St Johnstones have had an impressive start to the season, winning their opening two games and advancing to the quarter-finals of the League Cup.
“We had a great start to this season,” St Johns coach Måldi said of the team’s form.
“The way we started the season was really good, the performances we have put in are very good, and we will go on a good run.”
St Johns head into the match in top form, having won their opening three matches.
They have a good record in the division, and Mårss goalkeeping has been outstanding.
They also had a successful first season at the Scottish Challenge Cup, winning the Scottish Football League title and going to the last four.
“This is a good club, the staff is really good,” Mårts striker Mária Cilivi said when asked about the team.
“I hope they can perform and win a big game.
I hope we can take this opportunity to get a good result.”
We have a lot to improve.
I think we are in good shape.
We will have to do our best to show what we can do.
“St Johns will be hoping to go into the game with a strong record, with some strong players coming through the team, including defender Máris López, midfielder Maara Dhu and midfielder Mårn Jónsson.
Mårrs goalkeeper Jórnar Mås is a major threat to goal for Hibs, scoring two goals in the last two games against St Johns.
There are some players who will be able to provide the goals and goalscoring potential St Johns, but there are also players who are struggling.”
St Johns have only won one game in the Division One of the SPL, losing 2-0 to Celtic in the quarter finals last year. “
And it’s important that we do it.”
St Johns have only won one game in the Division One of the SPL, losing 2-0 to Celtic in the quarter finals last year.
We are looking forward to this match because it’s a great opportunity for us to get some points,” Mærs said.