Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low insists the door is not shut on transfer-listed Andy Hunter.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston believes the sensible decision has been made after clubs decided to pause the start of the 2020-21 season until November 28 at the earliest.
The Highland League season has been delayed until at least November 28 due to increased Covid-19 restrictions in Scotland.
Boss Jim McInally felt new boys Kyle Bailey and Kieran Freeman were standouts in Peterhead’s 3-0 victory over Inverurie Locos.
Secretary Rod Houston admits the Highland League is facing “the greatest existential threat” in its history.
Manager Andy Low says new signing Nathan Meres is the type of player he wants to work with at Inverurie Locos.
The Highland League will vote on Monday whether to delay the start of the 2020-21 season.
Ryan Cowie hopes his online workouts help Fraserburgh now they have returned for pre-season.
Keith FC chairman Andy Troup has reiterated the Highland League will not start without fans in stadiums.
Rod Houston says Highland League may have a problem after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon casts doubt on fan return
Secretary Rod Houston admits the Highland League may have to adjust its plan for the new season following changes to coronavirus restrictions in Scotland.
Aberdeen trio can cut teeth with Turriff United, just like icons Miller and Leighton during their time in Highland ranks
If it was good enough for Gothenburg Greats Willie Miller and Jim Leighton, Turriff United boss Kris Hunter insists a spell in the Highland League would benefit any young Aberdeen players of today.
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low is relishing an opening-day tussle against Highland League champions Brora Rangers.
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie was pleased to win the Buchan derby as well as hand a new signing his first appearance and welcoming another two back from long-term injuries.
The Highland League have published the first three rounds of fixtures for the 2020-21 season.
20 years of Peterhead in the Scottish League – Part six: Chairman Rodger Morrison’s ambition still burns bright
In the final instalment of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, the Blue Toon's key figures look ahead.
Turriff United boss Kris Hunter is thrilled to have signed three Aberdeen youngsters on loan.
20 years of Peterhead in the Scottish League – Part five: Jim McInally begins rollercoaster nine-year spell
In the fifth of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, the club's most successful boss Jim McInally and most successful player Rory McAllister open up on close to a decade of trials and tribulations.
20 years of Peterhead in the Scottish League – Part four: Blue Toon feel relegation agony for first time
In the fourth of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, former players Graeme Sharp and Martin Bavidge, as well as chairman Rodger Morrison, look back on the Blue Toon's first-ever relegation in 2011.
20 years of Peterhead in the Scottish League – Part three: The reigns of Steve Paterson and Neale Cooper
In the third of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, Blue Toon goalscoring hero Martin Bavidge, ex-boss Steve "Pele" Paterson and chairman Rodger Morrison discuss fresh efforts to get the club into the First Division after the near-miss of 2006.
In the second of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, former keeper Paul Mathers, full-back Mark Perry and chairman Rodger Morrison describe almost reaching the second tier in 2006.
In the first of our six-part series on Peterhead's 20 years in the Scottish football league, former manager Ian Wilson and his captain, Steve King, describe hitting the ground running in Division Three
Peterhead manager Jim McInally demands clarity over showers and loan players before League One kicks off
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes there are still hurdles to be overcome before the lower league seasons start.
Inverurie Locos striker Neil Gauld had to cancel landmark occasions both on and off the pitch due to the coronavirus pandemic.
One north-east Highland League manager is hoping to make his mark at his new club in the new season.
The start of the Highland League season is just six weeks away.
Trying to build on experience gained last season and targeting cup success are the aims for a couple of the north-east’s Highland League outfits.
Turriff United sign young prospects as boss Kris Hunter chooses new captain for Highland League campaign
Turriff United manager Kris Hunter is thrilled to have bolstered his squad with two youngsters as well as appointing a new captain.
Gary Harris’ aim for the new season is to play regularly for Fraserburgh again.
Keith boss Dean Donaldson is hoping to add some experience to his squad following the addition of Lee Scott.
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart predicts tight title race due to shortened Highland League format
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart reckons the shortened Highland League season will lead to a great title race.