Police Scotland issued 25 fixed penalty notices over the weekend to people flouting the regulations introduced in a bid to stop people from spreading coronavirus in public places.
Motherwell chief executive Alan Burrows feels finishing the season is becoming increasingly unrealistic.
West Ham have eight players in self-isolation showing mild symptoms of coronavirus.
Scotland’s 42 senior clubs are being given slightly advanced payments from the Scottish Professional Football League as the coronavirus crisis continues to impact on the game.
Trains have moved to a reduced timetable with a focus on providing public transport for key workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Motherwell fans have been asked to dig deep in order to guide the club through the coronavirus crisis.
Former MSP Andrew Wilson has rejoined the Motherwell board.
The Scottish Professional Football League is facing a call to declare the current campaign null and void in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Scottish football has gone into shutdown after the players’ union argued that continuing matches behind closed doors was an “unacceptable” risk.
Scotland’s clubs will have to wait days before they can survey the extent of the financial damage wreaked by the coronavirus outbreak, Motherwell chief Alan Burrows has warned.
Scottish football has announced an immediate suspension, with all games – including Sunday’s Old Firm derby – postponed until “further notice”.
Safety first says Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes as coronavirus outbreak threatens Scottish football
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes insists safety must come first as Scottish football faces being shut down due to the coronavirus.
Motherwell midfielder Allan Campbell is “touch and go” for the Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Aberdeen.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has described David Turnbull’s loyalty as “refreshing” in an era where many deem footballers to be money-grabbers.
From ‘sweetie paper rustling’ to fortress – Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack wants Pittodrie atmosphere boost
Pittodrie's atmosphere will transform from “sweetie paper rustling” to a fortress next season due to new initiatives, according to Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack.
Dave Cormack pledges Aberdeen season ticket and AberDNA membership cash will be spent on football operation
Chairman Dave Cormack today promised supporters 100% of any extra season ticket sales and AberDNA cash will be ploughed into the football budget.
Dave Cormack thinks Aberdeen are in ‘fortunate position’ should coronavirus hit Scottish football finances
Chairman Dave Cormack insists Aberdeen are being guided by the medical and football authorities on the coronavirus.
David Turnbull says he felt he owed it to Motherwell to sign a new contract after thanking the club for standing by him during his eight-month injury nightmare.
Aberdeen have a great chance to go on and seize third place in the Premiership.
After the Dons’ troubled start to 2020, midfielder Lewis Ferguson believes confidence and belief have returned at the right time to secure success.
The son of Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has joined his father at Fir Park on a short-term contract.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel encouraged his players to show patience in their crucial encounter with St Mirren after sensing a desperation in their play during Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Motherwell.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson claimed his side should have had a penalty when leading in a 1-1 draw with Hearts.
Conor Washington netted his second goal in five days to earn Hearts a 1-1 draw with Motherwell at Tynecastle but the home side fell three points adrift at the foot of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Hearts boss Daniel Stendel is monitoring a couple of knocks from his side’s Edinburgh derby win ahead of Saturday’s Tynecastle clash with Motherwell.
Motherwell skipper Peter Hartley felt his team clicked into place again in the midweek victory over Ross County.
The football season in Scotland could be “very difficult” to complete should even one club’s first team be affected by the coronavirus outbreak, Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster has warned.
Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson felt his team rediscovered their “mojo” in a 4-1 victory over Ross County.
Allan Campbell hit a double as Motherwell came from behind against Ross County to win 4-1 and secure a first victory in nine matches.
Motherwell defender Charles Dunne has suffered a setback in his bid to return from a long-term groin injury.