St Johnstone sign Wotherspoon

St Johnstone have signed David Wotherspoon after the midfielder's contract expired at Scottish Professional Football League rivals Hibernian.

Last Updated: 03/07/13 at 10:11 Post Comment

David Wotherspoon: Former Hibernian ace has joined St Johnstone

David Wotherspoon: Former Hibernian ace has joined St Johnstone

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The 23-year-old, who started his career with Celtic, has agreed a two-year contract at McDiarmid Park.

Wotherspoon, who supported Saints as a youngster, made over 140 appearances for Hibs during a four-year stint, scoring the winner in his final game against Dundee in May.

Meanwhile, St Johnstone have also renewed their loan deal with Swansea for Gwion Edwards.

The 20-year-old midfielder has joined for the first half of the season with a view to extending the deal.

Edwards joined the McDiarmid Park side on loan in January and new manager Tommy Wright was sufficiently impressed to offer him another chance to become a first-team regular.

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