Celtic’s next two matches have been postponed and Nicola Sturgeon has issued Scottish football with a final warning after Hoops defender Boli Bolingoli’s secret trip to Spain.
The SFA/SPFL Joint Response Group has confirmed Aberdeen's Premiership games against Hamilton at home tomorrow and Celtic at Parkhead on Saturday have been postponed.
Justice Minister Humza Yousaf says Scottish Government will consider pausing Premiership season following fresh Covid rules breach
Justice Minister Humza Yousaf says the Scottish Government will consider suspending the Premiership season after Celtic's Boli Bolingoli became the latest player to breach Covid-19 rules agreed by the football authorities and the Government.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes determined to give his depleted Dons squad belief for Hamilton and Celtic games
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes accepts he has just days to inject self belief into his decimated squad.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes confirmed the club will take disciplinary action for the breach of club protocol by eight players.
Winger Jonny Hayes has apologised to Scottish football on behalf of eight Aberdeen players for throwing the Premiership return into chaos.
It seemed inevitable eventually there would be a positive test at a Scottish Premiership club as part of the top-flight’s return.
‘Angry’ Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says eight players who broke Covid rules ‘take full responsibility for their actions’
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is angry and disappointed with the eight players who plunged the club into a Covid-19 crisis.
Derek McInnes says he knows Aberdeen fans feel ‘let down’ and ’embarrassed’ over club’s Covid crisis
The actions of players at the centre of a Covid-19 storm have left Aberdeen supporters feeling embarrassed and let down, said manager Derek McInnes.
A “furious” Nicola Sturgeon has criticised the eight Aberdeen players whose trip to the pub sparked the postponement of their game against St Johnstone.
Coronavirus-hit Aberdeen’s game against St Johnstone has been postponed following a U-turn from the Scottish Government.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Aberdeen players ‘blatantly broke’ Covid rules and confirms St Johnstone Premiership clash is off
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed St Johnstone v Aberdeen is now off due to the Covid-19 outbreak at the Dons.
Willie Miller: Premiership clubs must go further than Scottish Government advice to show game takes Covid seriously
Club legend Willie Miller today called for Aberdeen to launch a full investigation into how two players caught Covid-19.
Scottish Government says Aberdeen FC Covid outbreak stemmed from ‘clear breach of the rules’, as chairman Dave Cormack asks fans for ‘patience’
The Covid-19 crisis which has engulfed Aberdeen Football Club stemmed from "a clear breach of the rules", the Scottish Government has said.
The Scottish Government has accused Aberdeen players of putting the return of football at risk following a “clear breach” of coronavirus protocols.
Aberdeen’s Premiership game at St Johnstone looks set to go ahead despite increased coronavirus restrictions in Granite City
It is understood Saturday's televised Premiership clash between St Johnstone and Aberdeen will go ahead, despite the tightening of coronavirus restrictions in the north-east.
North-east-based Highland League clubs have said it will be “disappointing” if the number of teams who gain entry to the Scottish Cup is more than halved.
After five months of uncertainty, chaos, legal battles, votes, arbitration cases and rejected reconstruction football is finally, thankfully, back.
Sean Wallace’s weekly column: Six weeks of being only show in town could change everything for Scottish Premiership
The Scottish Premiership must grab the chance to shine and maximise exposure when Europe’s major leagues are closed down for the summer.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack says Scottish football chiefs need better ‘vision and branding strategy’ to increase revenues
After a chaotic few months Dave Cormack says Scottish football needs to come up with a clear vision and identity if it is to progress.
Only one member of staff at St Mirren Football Club has been found to have coronavirus after retesting discovered another six potential cases had involved false positive results.
Only one member of St Mirren’s backroom staff has been found to have contracted Covid-19 after retesting discovered the other six cases were false positives.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally is hoping for clarity on crowds sooner rather than later.
Rangers, Motherwell and Hibernian have all been asked to detail their Covid-19 testing protocols after after pre-season games were cancelled and delayed this week.
Callum Law: What kind of message will it send if Scottish football restart is blocked with fewer than 10 days to go?
Scottish football is just 10 days away from restarting – yet everything could still grind to a halt.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes: ‘Great to get Jonny Hayes’ Scottish Cup semi-final eligibility ratified’
Dons boss Derek McInnes is thrilled to have Jonny Hayes available for their tilt at Scottish Cup glory.
Aberdeen to face Celtic in 2019/20 Scottish Cup semi-final on weekend of October 31 – ahead of potential festive final
Aberdeen's 2019/20 Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic has been rescheduled for the weekend of October 31 - with the Scottish FA revealing the final will take place on Sunday, December 20.
A determination to ensure Cove Rangers are able to defend themselves at an SFA arbitration panel is why Roy McBain’s taking on the challenge of walking from the Balmoral Stadium to Tannadice.
Sean Wallace’s weekly column: If Aberdeen can keep Sam Cosgrove for Europa League games it could prove lucrative
Aberdeen can anticipate further bids for Sam Cosgrove during the summer transfer window now word is out on how much they will accept for their leading scorer.
Cove Rangers fan Ian Yule has thanked the businessman who’s set to double the total raised from his sponsored walk from the Balmoral Stadium to Tannadice.