I understand why Hearts and Partick Thistle are taking legal action against the SPFL.
I’m disappointed the support wasn’t there for permanent reconstruction of the SPFL to 14-10-10-10.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen will be glad to have Cormack Park amid Premiership training return’s strict regulations
Premiership clubs are allowed to return to training this week and everyone connected with Scottish football will be hoping things run smoothly.
Paul Hartley and his management team have committed to Cove Rangers until 2025 by agreeing new contracts.
Rangers have come up with a reconstruction idea which would see their own colts team and Celtic’s joining the SPFL in an 18-team League One.
The news that there are benefactors out there willing to invest in Scottish football to help it survive should be a welcome surprise for everyone involved in the game.
Coronavirus is having a detrimental effect on so many players in Scotland.
SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell is hopeful football can restart in August.
Willie Miller: Reconstruction may have reared head once more – but I think it’ll still be a talking shop
Reconstruction isn’t off the table just yet – but I still don’t think it will be anything more than a talking shop.
The decision to end the Premiership season was a sensible one and now all the focus needs to be on how next term can be started.
The SPFL’s 42 clubs are to vote today on whether to hold a second independent investigation into the governing body.
Yesterday was what has become known for people connected with Aberdeen as Gothenburg Day.
The findings of the independent investigation into the SPFL’s attempts to finish the lower league seasons has left us all with more questions than answers.
Clubs across Scotland are at grave financial risk in the months ahead, particularly if the furlough scheme ends in June.
Willie Miller: Why would Premiership’s smaller clubs put interests of clubs like Hearts ahead of their own for reconstruction to pass?
It’s hard to see the SPFL’s reconstruction taskforce coming up with a plan that will gain the support of the majority of clubs.
Given the mess Scottish football and the SPFL finds itself in, an independent inquiry into what has happened in the last few weeks should take place.
We're offering our readers the chance to ask our sports columnists their questions, starting this week with Aberdeen and Scotland legend Willie Miller.
Aberdeen have shown strong leadership to safeguard the future of the club during the coronavirus shutdown.
There has been talk of football being played behind closed doors once sport is allowed to resume following the Covid-19 lockdown.
Willie Miller: Scotland shouldn’t have to play Euro 2020 play-off matches until players are fully match-fit
Scotland's Euro play-offs will not happen in June despite Uefa’s current plans for that to be the case.
Willie Miller: Between Uefa, SPFL and SFA we need to have decision on Scottish season by end of April
A decision must be made by Uefa by the end of April on what is happening with the rest of this season.
Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis indicating he would like to stay at the club beyond his current contract is great news.
Willie Miller: If current Premiership table is final due to Covid-19, Hearts should accept relegation
If the Scottish season cannot be completed clubs must abide by tough decisions even if that means Hearts being relegated.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to a raft of questions as to what the future holds for this season and whether it can be completed.
Andy Considine should be in contention for Scotland’s Uefa Nations League play-off games at the end of the month.
Willie Miller: Injuries to Scott McKenna and John Souttar are hammer blow to Scotland’s Euro 2020 hopes
For Aberdeen, Hearts and Scotland, injuries to Scott McKenna and John Souttar are big blows.
Saturday’s Scottish Cup quarter-final against St Mirren is a very important game in Aberdeen’s season.
Aberdeen’s home form must improve if they are to finish third in the Premiership.
Tomorrow’s Scottish Cup replay against Kilmarnock is crucial for Aberdeen if they are to make it an exciting end to the season.
It’s a blow for Aberdeen to be without Funso Ojo for the Scottish Cup replay against Kilmarnock.