RANGERS, YOU MADE HIM BETTER – ST JOHNSTONE BOSS ON MICHAEL O'HALLORAN

Tommy Wright feels Johnstone/' title='St Johnstone News'>St Johnstone have got back an improved player following Michael O'Halloran's spell at Rangers.

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