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UPDATE: SFA says ‘commitment to weekly PCR testing’ convinced Scottish Government to allow return of League One, League Two and SWPL1
The Scottish FA have confirmed League One, League Two, Scottish Women's Premier League 1 and the Scottish Cup have been allowed to return on the basis all teams perform weekly Covid testing.
Jim McInally has hailed Peterhead’s Mr Consistent Scott Brown.
The SFA say they are waiting for a "final decision" from the Scottish Government on when the leagues below the Championship can restart.
Lower league clubs hoping for restart green light this week – with loan window extended so teams can strengthen
Hopes are growing that the lower leagues will be given the go-ahead to return to action this week.
National clinical director Jason Leitch hopes there will be positive news about a possible lower league restart in the coming days.
Rachel Corsie column: Scotland camp may have ended with disappointing result, but strides forward were made during week
The international window saw Scotland complete their Euro qualification campaign and, from the outside, it will have looked liked it ended in a manner which mirrored the group games as a whole.
Meetings about possible restart plans for the lower leagues and Highland League have postponed, it is understood.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally hopes Gary Fraser can come back stronger than ever after discovering his knee injury shouldn’t require surgery.
The SPFL have announced a rule change will be made so concussion substitutes can be trialled in Scotland's professional leagues from March 6 until the end of the season.
The lower leagues could receive some clarity today regarding the potential for the season to be restarted.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has resigned with immediate effect according to the club.
Neil Lennon could be set to leave Celtic within the next 24 hours, according to a report.
Having linesman Graeme Stewart working at Easter Road on Saturday when he should have been self-isolating is embarrassing for the SFA.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally fears the SFA’s blunder which saw them use an official who should have been self-isolating could stop the lower leagues from restarting.
Interim boss Stuart McLaren impressed with ‘mentality’ of Scotland Women ahead of final European Championship qualifier
Scotland Women's interim manager Stuart McLaren says it's "essential" to finish their disappointing European Championship qualifying campaign with a win over Portugal.
Derek Lyle, 40, says Peterhead spell has been so ‘brilliant’ he’s kept playing long after he planned to retire
When he joined his plan was to do one season and retire – but the Indian summer Derek Lyle has enjoyed at Peterhead has resulted in him continuing his playing career.
National clinical director Jason Leitch remains hopeful the Tartan Army will be able to attend Scotland's Euro 2020 but admits it may not be "in huge numbers".
The week has been a positive one, and that was certainly one of the team’s biggest objectives as the women’s national side arrived in camp ahead of the international matches.
The Scotland Women's National Team have thumped Cyprus 10-0 in Larnaca.
Peterhead goalkeeper Josh Rae hopes his loan spell with Queen of the South will ensure he’s sharp for whenever the lower leagues return.
Jim McInally has expressed concerns for the mental wellbeing of footballers currently out of action.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally thinks partnerships between Scotland’s biggest clubs and lower league outfits should be explored
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes partnerships between Scotland’s top clubs and lower league sides could be the way forward in youth development.
Peterhead chairman Rodger Morrison says clubs have been left with a “bitter taste in the mouth” as the lower league suspension continues.
Peterhead captain Scott Brown believes the continued suspension of lower-league football has thrown up more questions than answers.
Rachel Corsie column: Only one team can tackle Chelsea in FA WSL, while Scotland squad announcement is start of new journey
Chelsea have regained their spot at the top of the FAWSL table despite ending their unbeaten record last weekend against Brighton and Hove Albion.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally admits he doesn’t see a happy ending for the lower leagues this season whatever happens next.
Paul Coutts has been thrilled to see his old club Cove Rangers continuing the momentum they’ve built up in recent years.
Scottish FA chief executive Ian Maxwell has reiterated an apology to survivors on behalf of the national game following the publication of an independent review of sexual abuse in Scottish football.
Peterhead’s Derek Lyle says he doesn’t see the difference the Championship and Leagues One and Two as Scotland’s third and fourth tiers remain in cold storage.
Scotland’s longest-serving manager Jim McInally wants an explanation as to why the Premiership and Championship can continue but the lower leagues can’t restart.