The SPFL has announced the Challenge Cup will no longer go ahead for season 2020/21 due to difficulties posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Teams allowed three substitutes in new Scottish Championship season, while Leagues One and Two have backed five subs change
The Scottish Championship will be the only senior division to continue to allow a maximum of three substitues during the 2020/21 season.
New loan signing Marley Watkins has no regrets about turning his back on Europe and a move to Aberdeen in 2015.
The big challenge facing Scottish football is how clubs are going to survive.
The SPFL’s 42 clubs are to vote today on whether to hold a second independent investigation into the governing body.
‘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”.
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Petition calling for ref Willie Collum to be banned from handling top-flight games attracts 2,000 signatures
An online petition calling for football referee Willie Collum to be banned from handling top-flight games has attracted more than 2,000 signatures in the wake of Aberdeen’s 3-1 defeat to Inverness Caley Thistle.
Gothenburg Great Willie Miller today insisted referee Willie Collum's latest mistakes underline the need to introduce video technology.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today accused Inverness Caley Thistle's Ross Draper of "conning the ref" to win the penalty that cost them dearly in the Highlands.
Striker Adam Rooney today claimed the entire Dons squad are ready to dig deep as they battle to keep the pressure on Celtic at the top of league.
PITTODRIE assistant boss Tony Docherty today insisted the fired-up Dons are ready to seize the opportunity to move top of the Premiership table.
INVERNESS Caley Thistle left-back Graeme Shinnie's career will come full circle when he joins home city club Aberdeen next month.