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.
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.
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 lower leagues could receive some clarity today regarding the potential for the season to be restarted.
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.
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.
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 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.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally admits he doesn’t see a happy ending for the lower leagues this season whatever happens next.
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.
Jim McInally admits he has concerns about next season with the prospect of fans returning to stadiums still appearing to be a long way off.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes the Highland and Lowland leagues need to be factored into any League 1 and League 2 restart plan – for the good of the pyramid system and the Scottish Cup.
Jordon Brown is determined to repay the faith of Peterhead manager Jim McInally.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally is pleased with the signings he was able to make during the January transfer window.
The January transfer window closes tonight with players, managers and clubs hoping nothing will scupper their late business.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes it’s time to call off the lower league seasons after the extension of the suspension of football below the Championship.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes Josh Rae’s emergency loan move to Queen of the South provides the goalkeeper with a good opportunity.
Peterhead goalkeeper Josh Rae is set to join Queen of the South on an emergency loan.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes outstanding suspensions could be wiped to help lower league clubs when the season resumes.
Jordon Brown says he feels as good as ever and is disappointed he can’t currently show it in performances for Peterhead.
A resolution regarding the lower leagues restarting is not yet close to being reached following discussions between SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell and League One and Two clubs.
League One and Two clubs are set to meet with SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell today to discuss their route to playing document.