Kilmarnock boss Alex Dyer feels players should take the knee in support of the Black Lives Matter campaign “for as long as it takes to get the message out there”.
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Hearts will start the 2020-21 season at home to Dundee after the fixtures for the Scottish Championship were revealed on Wednesday.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes: Clubs need Scottish Government cash boost to get through coronavirus crisis
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has called for the government to provide financial aid to help Scottish football survive the Covid-19 crisis.
Celtic could be crowned Scottish Premiership champions for the ninth season in a row today.
The right decision was reached at this week’s SPFL EGM where a vote to hold a second inquiry into the governing body failed.
The SPFL’s 42 clubs are to vote today on whether to hold a second independent investigation into the governing body.
SPFL reconstruction ruled out after Aberdeen reveals Premiership clubs’ stance – condemning Hearts to Championship
Aberdeen have confirmed Premiership clubs are against SPFL reconstruction, which means Hearts, Partick Thistle and Stranraer will be relegated to the Championship, League One and League Two, respectively.
Peterhead general manager Martin Johnston said the Rangers dossier did not highlight evidence of SPFL wrongdoing.
Lower league clubs have received little feedback from the SPFL’s reconstruction taskforce – despite Premiership clubs being set to discuss a possible restructuring plan today.
The SPFL will need to convince more than the Scottish government that games can be played safely behind closed doors.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has faith Scottish Government ‘will do all they can’ to protect football
Dons boss Derek McInnes is confident the government will do all it can to help Scottish football emerge safely from the Covid-19 crisis.
A proposal to restructure Scottish football into a 14-14-16 model will be discussed by Scottish Premiership clubs tomorrow.
Willie Miller: There’s been no lack of effort to find a solution, but it’s time to call the Scottish Premiership season
We have reached a point where the reality is that it doesn’t appear possible to finish the Premiership season.
Peterhead captain and PFA Scotland management committee member Scott Brown believes it is important players are consulted when it comes to league reconstruction.
A north-east MP has appealed to ministers to back football’s return and help clubs survive the Covid-19 pandemic.
Aberdeen’s former Black Cat Dylan McGeouch reveals what he thinks of Sunderland ‘Til I Die Netflix documentary
Midfielder Dylan McGeouch believes he produced his best Aberdeen performance in the final game before the Covid-19 shutdown.
Neil Doncaster has denied the SPFL bullied clubs over the vote to end the season early.
Cove Rangers legend Eric Watson is delighted to see them gain promotion after their first season in the SPFL.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes: We can’t let SPFL reconstruction sidetrack priority of getting football back on
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today warned clubs must not be sidetracked from saving Scottish football during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
The findings of the independent investigation into the SPFL’s attempts to finish the lower league seasons has left us all with more questions than answers.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today warned Scotland cannot afford to remain in shutdown while other nations find a way to safely return from the Covid-19 crisis.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally says lower league clubs are being made to feel like second-class citizens after plans to potentially complete the Premiership season emerged.
Winger Niall McGinn has revealed he had offers to join other clubs when his time in South Korea ended but opted to return to the Dons due to manager Derek McInnes and the supporters.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has vowed to repay the Red Army’s support during the Covid-19 shutdown by delivering success when football returns.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes admits he has faced many challenges in his seven years at the helm.
Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor warned completing the Scottish Cup at an empty Hampden would mean “nothing” games.
Willie Miller: Why would Premiership’s smaller clubs put interests of clubs like Hearts ahead of their own for reconstruction to pass?
It’s hard to see the SPFL’s reconstruction taskforce coming up with a plan that will gain the support of the majority of clubs.
Given the mess Scottish football and the SPFL finds itself in, an independent inquiry into what has happened in the last few weeks should take place.
Boss Derek McInnes is confident Aberdeen will dodge contract chaos this summer following the Covid-19 outbreak.