Hearts owner Ann Budge has vowed the club will come back stronger and “win the war” after losing their legal battle against relegation.
The recent hypocrisy of Hearts is making sympathy for the Tynecastle club’s fight against relegation rapidly erode away.
Hearts owner Ann Budge claims Daniel Stendel would have been a success had it not been for the coronavirus pandemic – despite replacing the German manager with Robbie Neilson.
Sean Wallace: A legal battle over SPFL reconstruction will only serve to wreak financial havoc and damage Scottish football even more
Hearts are set to launch a costly legal battle with the SPFL that could ultimately damage the club and Scottish football even more.
Former Aberdeen star Steve Cowan warns Covid-19 crisis will be tougher for Scottish football next season
Former Aberdeen striker Steve Cowan has warned the financial hit of Covid-19 will be even tougher for Scottish football next season.
Joe Harper’s weekly column: It’s game on for Premiership with a little help from Sky Sports and James Anderson
Scottish football received some good news this week, which could make a big difference to how clubs recover from the coronavirus crisis.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally thinks James Anderson’s potential cash aid for SPFL clubs is ‘brilliant’
Peterhead manager Jim McInally has described Edinburgh businessman James Anderson's offer to help Scottish football financially as "brilliant".
Dave Cormack says “wait and see” on Jonny Hayes Aberdeen return, but says no to five-year 14-team Premiership proposal
Aberdeen chief Dave Cormack has not ruled out a move to sign former Reds winger Jonny Hayes.
Sean Wallace’s weekly column: If Aberdeen could stretch finances to seal Jonny Hayes return, it would be two players for the price of one
Aberdeen would be signing two players for the price of one if they can bring Jonny Hayes back to Pittodrie following his Celtic exit.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally “not pleased” Hearts owner was hurt by comments – but says Budge’s actions since SPFL shutdown have been “forceful”
Peterhead manager Jim McInally says he’s “not pleased” his spat with Hearts owner Ann Budge over the latter’s SPFL reconstruction proposals “hurt her personally”.
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.
Peterhead chairman Rodger Morrison believes some figures within Scottish football have been trying to force the lower leagues to play behind closed doors.
Hearts owner Ann Budge has accused the Scottish Professional Football League of lacking leadership as she claimed she had been left to deal with a funding offer for struggling clubs as well as reconstruction plans.
Ann Budge’s reconstruction proposal is ridiculous.
Hearts owner Ann Budge has criticised Scottish football’s voting set-up after her league reconstruction plans encountered more opposition.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes believes temporary league reconstruction could satisfy the majority of the 42 Scottish senior clubs.
Former Cove Rangers striker Jamie Watt hopes his old club aren’t adversely affected by possible league reconstruction.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally: Hearts owner Budge’s reconstruction plan ‘shows total disregard’ for lower-league sides
Peterhead boss Jim McInally insists Ann Budge is wrong to claim her reconstruction proposal would mean no clubs are disadvantaged.
Clubs will discuss Scottish league reconstruction proposals next week but Hearts owner Ann Budge’s plans already look doomed to fail.
SPFL clubs to meet, starting with Premiership on Monday, to discuss Hearts owner Budge’s reconstruction proposals
The SPFL has said divisional meetings will be held over reconstruction, starting with the 12 Premiership sides on Monday.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has suggested he would back Hearts owner Ann Budge’s plan for temporary reconstruction after proposals were sent to SPFL clubs.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon insisted nothing could detract from their ninth consecutive title success after the Scottish Professional Football League board called time on the season.
Talks on SPFL reconstruction may not be completely off the table – despite a lack of support from Premiership clubs.
‘We have to find a way to get back’ – Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes wants clubs to work for solutions to Scottish game’s shutdown
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has urged clubs to “work towards finding solutions that will help us get back playing football”.
A proposal to restructure Scottish football into a 14-14-16 model will be discussed by Scottish Premiership clubs tomorrow.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally has slammed the reconstruction idea of three leagues of 14 teams.
Stevenson points to ‘conflict of interest’ on SPFL’s reconstruction panel as Peterhead face potential negative outcome
Peterhead’s Jamie Stevenson has pointed to the “conflict of interest” on the SPFL’s reconstruction panel, with the Blue Toon facing a return to the bottom tier.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally says lower league clubs are being made to feel like second-class citizens after plans to potentially complete the Premiership season emerged.
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.