The news was inevitable, and the decision commendable, as the SFA announced
the suspension of Scottish football for all teams below the men’s Premiership and Championship.
The women’s transfer window will remain open until the end of this month and, while it is still early, there is some eagerness by clubs to get deals over the line as the season restarts this weekend.
The return of football is normally something I cannot wait for in the New Year, however this time I feel a little more apprehensive.
The pain of Glasgow City’s dismantling by Rangers last week was further compounded by their underwhelming exit in the UEFA Women’s Champions League on Wednesday night.
The last 32 began later than usual in the Uefa Women’s Champions League this week.
The biggest disappointment of my Scotland career would be the best way to describe the last week.
The expansion of the Scottish Women’s Premier League is a welcomed growth to the game.
Scotland action goes on next week, and it is the turn of the women as we continue our quest to secure a second consecutive qualification for the Euros
It is some pleasant viewing when you open up the SWPL2 table online.
The first knockout stages of the Women’s Champions League began this week.
It was a disappointing end to the return of Scotland action after a 1-0 defeat by Finland in our European Championship qualifier in Helsinki.
It is a really exciting time to be joining up with the national team once again.
The games are coming thick and fast for me at the moment.
The north of Scotland is well represented in Shelley Kerr's squad as the women's national team gear up for their long-awaited return to action.
The 2019-20 Vitality FA Cup final line-up has been decided, in an accelerated completion of the outstanding fixtures from last season’s tournament.
Before the women’s game gets its season up and running, there is already some disappointing news in the north-east.
As the final week of the transfer window closes in, all the big action has been in Manchester.
The past week has been plagued with some sad news, as it unfolded that Utah Royals FC would be put up for sale, alongside our two professional men’s teams, Real Salt Lake (MLS) and the Real Monarchs (USL).
With the uncertainly of what football would look like in the US for the remainder of the year, I am happy to have some stability a little closer to home.
Scotland Women's National Team captain Rachel Corsie has joined FA Women's Super League (WSL) side Birmingham City on loan until January.
The international calendar has been plagued by postponements for most of the year.
The return to professional sport seemed to be on an upward trajectory but the feelings at the end of another week seem to be a little more grim.
It seemed inevitable eventually there would be a positive test at a Scottish Premiership club as part of the top-flight’s return.
Some huge news for Glasgow City this week as they announced a triple signing before the club look to complete their squad for the upcoming Champions’ League quarter-final tie.
Scotland Internationalist Chloe Arthur has joined rivals Aston Villa from Birmingham City during the summer transfer window.
It has been something that I have certainly heard being flirted with before, however the Premier League has confirmed its interest in taking over the running of the women’s top flight of football.
The NWSL Challenge Cup is up and running.
Things certainly have spiralled since last week’s first positive Covid-19 test at Orlando Pride – as it later broke 13 players and staff at the club had contracted the virus.
The entire NWSL player group joined a mandatory call with the league’s board to discuss the full protocols of the upcoming Utah Challenge Cup.
While the upcoming Utah 2020 Challenge Cup – which will replace our regular season this year – is consuming most of our focus at Utah Royals and in the wider NWSL, there is some concern for what comes after.