Hamilton have handed strikers David Moyo and Marios Ogkmpoe new one-year contracts.
Scotland’s clubs will have to wait days before they can survey the extent of the financial damage wreaked by the coronavirus outbreak, Motherwell chief Alan Burrows has warned.
Scottish football has announced an immediate suspension, with all games – including Sunday’s Old Firm derby – postponed until “further notice”.
Manager Alex Dyer insists Kilmarnock’s home game against chasing St Mirren has to be won for fears they will get dragged further towards the bottom of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Celtic captain Scott Brown claims current league standings should count if the season is forced to come to a premature end.
Scott Brown claims Celtic’s mid-season break was more important than the pain of losing to Rangers in sparking their impressive domestic form in 2020.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is not surprised to see Motherwell still challenging for third and feels the battle for European spots will go on beyond Friday’s encounter.
Motherwell midfielder Allan Campbell is “touch and go” for the Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Aberdeen.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has described David Turnbull’s loyalty as “refreshing” in an era where many deem footballers to be money-grabbers.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel admitted his team lacked fight during their 1-0 defeat against relegation rivals St Mirren.
Jon Obika’s 12th goal of the season handed St Mirren a huge victory against Ladbrokes Premiership bottom club Hearts.
David Turnbull says he felt he owed it to Motherwell to sign a new contract after thanking the club for standing by him during his eight-month injury nightmare.
Alex Jakubiak enjoyed watching footage of St Mirren’s play-off celebrations after staving off relegation last season – but he would much rather have the quiet satisfaction of getting out of trouble weeks in advance.
St Mirren have no fresh injuries ahead of their Ladbrokes Premiership bottom-two clash with Hearts.
Livingston captain Alan Lithgow has been ruled out for up to six months.
Lewis Moore has enjoyed the best week of his life at Hearts just months after thinking about quitting the game.
The son of Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has joined his father at Fir Park on a short-term contract.
Daniel Stendel believes Hearts’ crunch Ladbrokes Premiership clash with St Mirren in Paisley on Wednesday night will be decided by who best handles the pressure.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin senses excitement rather than nerves as his players prepare for their biggest game of the season so far.
Glen Kamara hopes to silence more doubters when Rangers take on Bayer Leverkusen after halting their poor run.
Celtic took another step towards wrapping up the Ladbrokes Premiership title with a 5-0 win over St Mirren before Rangers claimed a much-needed 1-0 victory at Ross County.
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.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel encouraged his players to show patience in their crucial encounter with St Mirren after sensing a desperation in their play during Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Motherwell.
Neil Lennon paid tribute to his free-scoring Celtic side after they thrashed St Mirren 5-0 at Parkhead on Saturday.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes admitted it was “so important” his side finished the season in third place after victory over 10-man Hibernian moved them to with a point of the Scottish Premiership’s top three.
Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyer labelled his side “unprofessional” as they failed to capitalise on their man advantage before being beaten 1-0 at Hamilton on Saturday.
Leigh Griffiths claims he was “born for Ibrox” after his hat-trick in the 5-0 thrashing of St Mirren set Celtic up for next Sunday’s Old Firm derby.
Tommy Wright is not totally satisfied with Callum Hendry despite watching his late winner boost St Johnstone’s hopes of claiming a top-six finish.
Neil Lennon watched Leigh Griffiths score his first hat-trick in four years as Celtic thrashed St Mirren 5-0 before claiming there is more to come from the rejuvenated striker.