I understand why Hearts and Partick Thistle are taking legal action against the SPFL.
Sean Wallace: A legal battle over SPFL reconstruction will only serve to wreak financial havoc and damage Scottish football even more
Hearts are set to launch a costly legal battle with the SPFL that could ultimately damage the club and Scottish football even more.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally says he’s saddened by the lack of support for reconstruction.
I’m disappointed the support wasn’t there for permanent reconstruction of the SPFL to 14-10-10-10.
SPFL confirms reconstruction is OFF as consultation finds “insufficient support” among clubs for 14-10-10-10 proposal
The SPFL has announced the league set-up will remain in the current 12-10-10-10 format for next season after the 42 clubs showed "insufficient support" for reconstruction.
This week feels like it’s going to be a significant one for Scottish football.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally glad ‘right’ SPFL reconstruction option of 14-10-10-10 is finally on table
Peterhead manager Jim McInally hopes reconstruction to a 14-10-10-10 set-up can still happen.
SPFL’s Neil Doncaster says there is enough support for 14-10-10-10 reconstruction model to hold indicative vote
The SPFL has confirmed clubs have been asked whether they would back a permanent 14-10-10-10 league structure.
Sean Wallace’s weekly column: Rangers’ colt sides plan is simply the best example of bad timing and self-interest
Rangers’ recent proposal for league reconstruction and the introduction of colt B teams is ill-timed and smacks of self-interest.
Rangers have come up with a reconstruction idea which would see their own colts team and Celtic’s joining the SPFL in an 18-team League One.
Sean Wallace’s weekly column: If Aberdeen could stretch finances to seal Jonny Hayes return, it would be two players for the price of one
Aberdeen would be signing two players for the price of one if they can bring Jonny Hayes back to Pittodrie following his Celtic exit.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally “not pleased” Hearts owner was hurt by comments – but says Budge’s actions since SPFL shutdown have been “forceful”
Peterhead manager Jim McInally says he’s “not pleased” his spat with Hearts owner Ann Budge over the latter’s SPFL reconstruction proposals “hurt her personally”.
Ann Budge’s reconstruction proposal is ridiculous.
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.
Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis is relieved there is finally clarity after the SPFL board called time on the Premiership.
Willie Miller: Reconstruction may have reared head once more – but I think it’ll still be a talking shop
Reconstruction isn’t off the table just yet – but I still don’t think it will be anything more than a talking shop.
Former Aberdeen chief executive Keith Wyness fears Scottish Leagues will be down to two by end of saga
Former Aberdeen chief executive Keith Wyness fears Scottish football may be reduced to two leagues due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Talks on SPFL reconstruction may not be completely off the table – despite a lack of support from Premiership clubs.
‘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”.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack was encouraged by today’s meeting to discuss issues around resuming matches and league reconstruction.
PFA Scotland vote finds 80% of footballers surveyed favour permanent reconstruction from next season
A PFA Scotland survey, completed by 700 SPFL players, has found close to 80% want permanent league reconstruction from next season.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally reckons any reconstruction plans will fail and has hit out at the way lower league clubs have been treated.
An Aberdeen road is to close this weekend to allow police to stage a reconstruction of a fatal crash.
A historic bridge which is undergoing a £530,000 reconstruction is to be closed overnight this weekend.