Highland League secretary Rod Houston admits it’s “difficult” to see a restart at this stage, but says nothing has been ruled out.
The five Rangers players accused of breaching coronavirus restrictions last month have all been handed a notice of complaint by the Scottish Football Association.
‘A lot of work for potentially one game’ – Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie has mixed feelings over return to action in Scottish Cup
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie thinks their return to action in the Scottish Cup “is a lot of endeavour for potentially one game”.
The SFA have confirmed revised dates for the Scottish Cup, following news yesterday the competition would be able to continue.
The Scottish FA have confirmed League One, League Two, Scottish Women's Premier League 1 and the Scottish Cup have been allowed to return on the basis all teams perform weekly Covid testing.
The SFA say they are waiting for a "final decision" from the Scottish Government on when the leagues below the Championship can restart.
Celtic have an Achilles heel at deadball deliveries that Aberdeen must exploit to reignite the bid to finish in third spot.
Having linesman Graeme Stewart working at Easter Road on Saturday when he should have been self-isolating is embarrassing for the SFA.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally fears the SFA’s blunder which saw them use an official who should have been self-isolating could stop the lower leagues from restarting.
Interim boss Stuart McLaren impressed with ‘mentality’ of Scotland Women ahead of final European Championship qualifier
Scotland Women's interim manager Stuart McLaren says it's "essential" to finish their disappointing European Championship qualifying campaign with a win over Portugal.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston believes it’s important not to lose perspective as they hope to complete the season.
Peterhead chairman Rodger Morrison says clubs have been left with a “bitter taste in the mouth” as the lower league suspension continues.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low says he can understand why some players have dropped out of the Highland League – but feels a nucleus of players are still eager to be involved.
Scottish football below the Championship will remain suspended after the Scottish Government rejected a proposal to return to playing.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally thinks Highland League should be allowed to restart at same time as Leagues One and Two
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes the Highland and Lowland leagues need to be factored into any League 1 and League 2 restart plan – for the good of the pyramid system and the Scottish Cup.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart is keen for their Scottish Cup participation to continue – but says health has to be the main priority.
Jordon Brown is determined to repay the faith of Peterhead manager Jim McInally.
Secretary Rod Houston says the Highland League is planning to complete the season.
The pause on Scottish football below the Championship has been extended for at least two more weeks.
Scottish Cup winners will be one tie from Europa League groups, while third place in Premiership could also earn team play-off round slot
The Scottish Football Association (SFA) have confirmed the winners of the 2020/21 Scottish Cup will earn a place in the Europa League qualifying play-off round.
Rachel Corsie column: Phil Neville has helped to break down barriers between men’s and women’s football
Three of the four home nations have seen their permanent head coach position fall vacant in the last few weeks.
Rod Houston says the Highland League has not had any indication when the 2020-21 season may be able to resume.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally is optimistic about the lower league seasons being completed.
Rachel Corsie column: Suspension of Scottish football below men’s Championship is sensible – let’s hope adverse effects are minimal
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.
Scotland's national clinical director Jason Leitch has issued a cautious message about whether professional sports' seasons could finish.
Peterhead captain Scott Brown says lower league players have been left feeling like they’ve done something wrong after the suspension of football.
Astroturf pitches should be banned from the Scottish Premiership.
As much as he would like to continue playing Craig McKeown believes the decision to suspend football below the Championship is the correct one.
Sean Wallace column: Aberdeen face fine balancing act, as selling Scott Wright in January could cost them prize money
Aberdeen face a financial balancing act this month should Rangers bid to take Scott Wright to Ibrox during the January window.
All three north SPFL clubs who have had their season suspended will explore using the furlough scheme again.