Hearts and Partick Thistle have released a joint statement claiming their battle against relegation is with the SPFL and they did not intend to come into "direct dispute" with promoted sides, Dundee United, Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers.
Cove Rangers have been forced to make a late switch to their home kit after Adidas pulled their original design.
Hosting Rangers in the Premiership opener at Pittodrie offers an opportunity for Aberdeen to lay down an early marker.
Dundee United have appealed to rival clubs to help fund their £150,000 legal bill after vowing to fight on against attempts to deny Scotland’s lower-league champions promotion.
Dundee United, Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers have asked other SPFL clubs for help in the battle to keep their promoted status.
Hearts and Partick Thistle’s legal battle against relegation is set to take place behind closed doors after a judge ruled it should go through the Scottish Football Association arbitration process.
Hearts and Partick Thistle’s legal battle against relegation will go to an arbitration panel convened by the SFA.
The judge presiding over Hearts and Partick Thistle’s battle to avoid relegation is considering motions to terminate or suspend the case so it can go to arbitration.
Hearts and Partick Thistle will continue their bid to overturn their respective relegations at the Court of Session tomorrow.
Family matters will play a big role in whether Alan Redford opts to continue his playing career.
A lawyer representing promoted clubs has argued that Hearts and Partick Thistle have no right to take their case against relegation to the Court of Session.
The Scottish Professional Football League has lodged its defence to the legal challenge raised by Hearts and Partick Thistle – and sought to take central control of any similar controversy.
The recent hypocrisy of Hearts is making sympathy for the Tynecastle club’s fight against relegation rapidly erode away.
I understand why Hearts and Partick Thistle are taking legal action against the SPFL.
Scottish Leagues 1 and 2 look set to try to start next season in October.
When Jim McInally looks back over the last three months the Peterhead manager can scarcely believe what has transpired in Scottish football.
Scottish football has been warned of an impending “catastrophe” as Dundee United, Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers vowed to take on Hearts and Partick Thistle in court.
Cove Rangers, Dundee United and Raith Rovers have issued a statement saying it would be "ruinous on and off the field" if they were denied promotion by Hearts and Partick Thistle's legal challenge.
Aberdonian Paul Coutts hopes he can lead Fleetwood Town into the Championship for the first time as English football prepares to resume.
Mitch Megginson has won Cove Rangers' player of the year and supporters' player of the year awards.
Paul Hartley and his management team have committed to Cove Rangers until 2025 by agreeing new contracts.
Paul Hartley, assistant Gordon Young and fitness coach Tam Ritchie have agreed new deals with Cove Rangers, meaning they will remain at the Balmoral Stadium until at least 2025.
League Two champions Cove Rangers have announced long-serving full-back Alan Redford has left the club.
Pre-orders have already been received for the new Cove Rangers kit hailed by chairman Keith Moorhouse as one of the club’s best.
Tom Leighton has signed a contract extension with Cove Rangers.
League Two champions Cove Rangers have this morning launched their home kit for the 2020/21 season.
Cove Rangers trio Fraser Fyvie, Jamie Masson and Daniel Higgins have agreed new contracts.
Ann Budge’s reconstruction proposal is ridiculous.
Gordon Strachan was wrong to suggest a lack of professionalism from some lower-league clubs is holding back Scottish football.