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.
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.
Hearts have submitted proposals to their fellow clubs for a temporary restructure of the Scottish leagues into three divisions.
Daniel Stendel is convinced he can do a better job if Hearts secure a relegation reprieve and he gets a second chance in the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen legend Frank McDougall fears Scottish clubs will go bust during the Covid-19 crisis.
Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster senses clubs will be open-minded about potential reconstruction and sympathetic to the plight of relegated clubs.
The SPFL board made the right decision in ending the Premiership campaign and Rangers and Hearts will just have to accept the outcome.
Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis is relieved there is finally clarity after the SPFL board called time on the Premiership.
The decision to end the Premiership season was a sensible one and now all the focus needs to be on how next term can be started.
Gothenburg Great John McMaster today insisted Aberdeen deserve their Euro spot after the SPFL board ended the top Premiership season.
Former Hearts captain Steven Pressley has criticised a lack of compassion and leadership in Scottish football as the Edinburgh club battle to save themselves from premature relegation.
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.
The Premier League took the next step on Project Restart on Monday as the Scottish Premiership called time on its own campaign and the Football Association prepared the ground to curtail the Women’s Super League season.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon has set his sights on a record 10th title in a row after the club were confirmed as Premiership champions in a move which left relegated Hearts considering legal action.
The fallout from the coronavirus pandemic continued on Monday.
Celtic have been crowned Premiership champions for a ninth successive season while relegated Hearts are contemplating taking legal action following the curtailment of the 2019-20 campaign.
Talks on SPFL reconstruction may not be completely off the table – despite a lack of support from Premiership clubs.
The big challenge facing Scottish football is how clubs are going to survive.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack says the Dons voted for an independent inquiry into the SPFL's handling of the coronavirus crisis in a bid to improve transparency in the Scottish game.
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”.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon was attacked by a fan during his side’s 3-0 Scottish Premier League match at Hearts in 2011.
Hearts owner Ann Budge has accused her Premiership counterparts of ‘appalling disrespect’ over their outright dismissal of her task force’s plan to restructure the Scottish football pyramid.
The decision to abandon a mooted restructure of Scottish football has been described as “farcical” and “an injustice” by Falkirk chairman Gary Deans.
Plans to restructure the league system in Scotland have broken down following a meeting of Scottish Premiership clubs.
SPFL reconstruction ruled out after Aberdeen reveals Premiership clubs’ stance – condemning Hearts to Championship
Aberdeen have confirmed Premiership clubs are against SPFL reconstruction, which means Hearts, Partick Thistle and Stranraer will be relegated to the Championship, League One and League Two, respectively.
This week marks 34 years since Aberdeen won the Scottish Cup for the sixth time.