The Scottish Professional Football League is facing a call to declare the current campaign null and void in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Stuart Kettlewell has revealed Ross County’s players are on standby as they await the next instructions amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Scottish football has gone into shutdown after the players’ union argued that continuing matches behind closed doors was an “unacceptable” risk.
Scottish football has announced an immediate suspension, with all games – including Sunday’s Old Firm derby – postponed until “further notice”.
Steven Gerrard hailed a “big win” after Ryan Kent’s deflected strike edged Rangers past Ross County.
Ryan Kent’s deflected strike earned Rangers their first victory in four domestic games after an unconvincing display against Ross County.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson is excited about their strike options ahead of the visit of Rangers after getting Ross Stewart back to complement Billy McKay.
Ross Stewart is pushing for a first Ross County start in 2020 when Rangers visit Dingwall on Sunday after returning from a hamstring injury off the bench against Motherwell in midweek.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson would love to get in front against Rangers and see how they react after Hamilton showed what was possible.
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.
Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson is too busy trying to secure his team’s top-flight status to reflect on two years in charge.
Aberdeen have increased their scouting and recruitment budget in a bid to source more talent from both overseas and British leagues.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes believes his rebuilt squad is strong enough to win the Scottish Cup.
Winger Ryan Hedges has been ruled out of Aberdeen's Scottish Cup quarter-final at St Mirren after picking up a thigh strain.
Andy Considine admits Aberdeen have some way to go to fulfil their ambitions this season.
Dons boss Derek McInnes says his players showed how much the Scottish Cup meant to them by reaching the quarter-final.
January signing Matty Kennedy hopes starring for Aberdeen can earn a dream Euro 2020 play-off call up next month.
It's Scottish Cup week again with Aberdeen taking on St Mirren in Saturday’s quarter-final.
‘He’s desperate to do well’ – Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes promises fans Ronald Hernandez’s chance is coming
Boss Derek McInnes has backed January signing Ronald Hernandez to kick on and make an impact at Aberdeen.
Saturday’s Scottish Cup quarter-final against St Mirren is a very important game in Aberdeen’s season.
Aberdeen’s home form must improve if they are to finish third in the Premiership.
Niall McGinn says Aberdeen need to pair clean sheets with their rediscovered goalscoring ability to start winning consistently once more.
Aberdeen's 2-1 loss to Ross County with 10 men on Saturday was sure to be a painful one, given they looked to be holding on for a point at Pittodrie.
Derek McInnes says Aberdeen can’t allow their late loss to Ross County to “derail” their recent momentum.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is looking forward to allowing his players a rest after a testing week ended with the Dons suffering a fourth consecutive home league defeat.
Derek McInnes insists teenage midfielder Dean Campbell will learn from his sending off after 10-man Aberdeen fell to a late defeat against Ross County, despite having led through Curtis Main’s strike just before the half-hour.
Billy McKay’s double saw Ross County take the points in a 2-1 win against Aberdeen, who battled for an hour with 10 men.