Celtic’s charity foundation has announced it will spend £150,000 helping vulnerable people in the local area during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hibernian chief executive Leeann Dempster has welcomed the Government’s offer of wage subsidies but has concerns over how long it could take for the measures to reach Scottish football.
St Mirren insist they have no plans to slash wages and are instead discussing signing targets for next season.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright will keep his players on-call during the coronavirus lockdown after tasking them with keeping checks on elderly fans.
Hamilton chiefs admit they are waiting for Boris Johnson’s government to offer advice on how to survive the coronavirus crisis.
Clevid Dikamona wants to terminate his contract with Hearts to return to France but insists he will readily re-sign for the Tynecastle club for next season.
Motherwell fans have been asked to dig deep in order to guide the club through the coronavirus crisis.
Luke Southwood has no idea if he will get the chance to complete his “unfinished business” at Hamilton.
Rangers will allow their foreign stars to return home while they wait out the coronavirus pandemic.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack revealed the club have “drawn up a battle plan” to assist fans and the wider community amid the coronavirus crisis.
The man who helped save Hearts fears the Jambos will not be the only club forced to implement wage cuts.
Former Hearts defender Alan McLaren believes Jambos players are stuck in a quandary after cost-cutting was proposed at Tynecastle.
Former Hearts administrator Bryan Jackson insists Ann Budge was right to slash the Jambos’ wages now – before it became too late.
Premier League clubs will attempt to thrash out a plan to complete a season placed on ice by the coronavirus pandemic when they meet via a conference call on Thursday.
Hearts players and staff have been asked to take a stunning 50 per cent wage cut amid financial fears.
Former St Mirren chairman Stewart Gilmour believes the Buddies’ John McGinn windfall could help them survive the coronavirus crisis.
Leigh Griffiths has vowed to come back leaner and meaner once Celtic re-emerge from the coronavirus shutdown.
Former MSP Andrew Wilson has rejoined the Motherwell board.
St Mirren chairman Gordon Scott has assured supporters the club is in a “strong position” to survive the indefinite suspension of football.
Rangers chairman Dave King insists he has no plans to sell off his Ibrox shares.
Rangers claim that any attempt to confirm final standings before 38 Ladbrokes Premiership games are completed would impact on the “integrity of sport”.
Hearts owner Ann Budge has vowed to take legal action should her club be relegated with eight games left.
Kilmarnock have been handed a £50,000 boost by supporters to help mitigate the effects of the suspension in football caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has warned against “merging seasons” when football resumes after the coronavirus outbreak.
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.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel has urged league officials to find a “fair” solution if the season cannot be finished.
Scottish football has gone into shutdown after the players’ union argued that continuing matches behind closed doors was an “unacceptable” risk.
Hearts captain Steven Naismith dismissed the notion of behind closed-doors games as he looks for football to return when the coronavirus outbreak runs its course.
Livingston manager Gary Holt has asked for more clarity on the length of Scottish football’s suspension.