Former Don Luc Bollan was disappointed the coronavirus pandemic cut short his loan spell at Peterhead.
Cove Rangers chairman Keith Moorhouse has hailed those taking part in a 63-mile sponsored walk to raise money for the club’s legal battle.
Scott Henry hopes to make up for lost time at Fraserburgh and reckons he can challenge for trophies at Bellslea.
The start of next season’s Highland League still seems to be a long way off.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally has thanked the people who supported the club’s fundraising efforts and says the cash raised could help him sign players.
Inverurie Locos striker Chris Angus is hoping to launch an app that could be the first of its kind in the UK.
Scott Henry can show he’s one of the best centre-backs in the Highland League – Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie believes new signing Scott Henry can show he’s one of the best centre-backs in the Highland League.
John Henderson hopes he can do enough over the next five days to earn a place at this month’s World Matchplay.
It may not have the glamour many associate with football – but for Gary Fraser cleaning toilets during lockdown has helped flush away the boredom.
Turriff United manager Kris Hunter would be willing to start pre-season training with social distancing measures in place if it means being able to start next season’s Highland League sooner.
Hearts and Partick Thistle's bid to overturn their relegations will go to a Scottish FA arbitration panel.
Friends of Anchor chairman Jim Milne has thanked the directors of a north-east football club as they prepare donate more than £3,000 to the charity.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally hopes there is no longer the need to test players and staff for Covid-19 when League One and Two clubs return to action.
Junior club Cruden Bay have taken steps to ensure their squad can safely return to training.
Peterhead striker Steven Boyd tips former Hamilton Accies team-mate Lewis Ferguson to make senior Scotland squad
Lewis Ferguson can force his way into the Scotland squad sooner rather than later, according to his former team-mate Steven Boyd.
Lee Miller knows what it’s like arriving at Aberdeen and struggling initially to hit the net.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally admits he was surprised and disappointed to be given a warning from the SFA for comments about behind closed door football.
EXCLUSIVE: Lee Miller says Aberdeen aren’t under pressure to sell stars like Sam Cosgrove these days
Former Don Lee Miller reckons Aberdeen are in a good position to hold onto star striker Sam Cosgrove.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes October is a realistic target for starting next season’s League One and Two campaigns.
Football at Highland League level may not be close to returning any time soon.
Willie West felt the 2019-20 was one of his best for Fraserburgh and he hopes to hit the same heights whenever next term starts.
Scottish Leagues 1 and 2 look set to try to start next season in October.
Shane Burger believes Scottish cricket can return stronger than ever after coronavirus.
Jim McInally wants decision-making power given to SPFL chief or executive committee as he says Scottish game ‘has let itself down’
When Jim McInally looks back over the last three months the Peterhead manager can scarcely believe what has transpired in Scottish football.
Hearts have launched a court action which if successful could see League Two champions Cove Rangers denied promotion.
Jason Brown says it needs to be safe for football to restart, but is hopeful Peterhead can be back playing in front of fans soon.
Former Cove Rangers ace Paul Coutts still hopeful of leading Fleetwood Town into English Championship
Aberdonian Paul Coutts hopes he can lead Fleetwood Town into the Championship for the first time as English football prepares to resume.
John Henderson believes it would be fantastic for darts if the World Matchplay can take place – regardless of whether he qualifies.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally says he’s saddened by the lack of support for reconstruction.
Neil Fachie is determined to make the most of his sight.