There will be no fans at any Scottish Premiership matches this weekend after the Scottish Government put a halt on fans attending any games.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin said the SPFL had shown no compassion or common sense by insisting their game against Hibernian had to go ahead despite the loss of three goalkeepers due to coronavirus regulations.
Premiership clubs continue to make progress with measures to secure the safe return of supporters, according to Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes.
Craig Bryson’s departure from Aberdeen is perhaps the best thing for all parties.
Jamie Masson sees little reason why Cove Rangers should have to change.
Scottish Government delays fan return to sports stadia, but Aberdeen v Kilmarnock test event this weekend will go ahead
The provisional date for fans' return to Scottish sports stadia has been pushed back from September 14 to October 5.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally demands clarity over showers and loan players before League One kicks off
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes there are still hurdles to be overcome before the lower league seasons start.
Derek McInnes says Premiership fan trial is ‘reward’ for Red Army, as Rob Wicks says he’s ‘hopeful’ over crowd go-ahead for Scottish Cup semi
Dons boss Derek McInnes believes the test return of fans to Pittodrie is reward for the Red Army’s loyalty during the Covid-19 crisis.
Two Scottish Premiership matches will go ahead this weekend with about 300 fans in the stands as part of pilot events for the return of crowds to football.
Two SPFL matches will go ahead this weekend with about 300 supporters in the stands as part of pilot events for the return of spectators to football.
Paul Hartley reveals transfer market challenges as Cove Rangers boss continues search for new additions
Paul Hartley admits the transfer market has its challenges this summer amid a surge in the number of free agents.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack says he's "hopeful" the Dons will get Scottish Government approval to hold two test events at Pittodrie ahead of fans returning to Premiership matches.
Belated return to training gives Cove Rangers and captain Mitch Megginson welcome sense of normality
It has been a long five months for those in part-time football across Scotland.
Boss Derek McInnes hailed the togetherness and strength of his squad for coming through the Aberdeen Eight crisis.
Perfect symmetry for ex-Motherwell duo Adam Livingstone and David Turnbull as Cove Rangers and Celtic get their men
Adam Livingstone and David Turnbull turned professional at the same time. It made sense they got their next moves together too.
Aberdeen did exactly what they had to do in brushing aside NSI Runavik in the Europa League first qualifying round.
He’s seen his pub reopen and Peterhead striker Derek Lyle is hopeful stadiums will be able to do the same soon.
Secretary Rod Houston says clubs being cleared to start training today is a positive step for the Highland League.
The Scottish Government has been forced to publish previously secret information on sectarianism in football, according to the Lib Dems.
Professional and non-professional football teams in Scotland can resume contact training from Monday
Professional and non-professional football teams in Scotland can resume contact training from Monday in a move described as a “hugely positive step” by Scottish FA president Rod Petrie.
Sports fans will return to grounds in Scotland next Friday when Edinburgh host Glasgow Warriors at BT Murrayfield.
It wasn't pretty but last night’s 1-0 win against St Johnstone was an excellent result for the Dons.
Cove Rangers plan to launch a fan membership scheme to help supporters contribute to the club.
Kris Hunter believes the Highland League will feel the knock-on effect of coronavirus rule-breaking at the top level.
Jim McInally demands clarity for part-time clubs like Peterhead on restart, saying authorities ‘must know’ if dates are feasible and whether fans can attend
Peterhead boss Jim McInally has called for clarity on the start of the lower league seasons.
The return to professional sport seemed to be on an upward trajectory but the feelings at the end of another week seem to be a little more grim.
Cove Rangers have everything in place for a safe return to training later this month.
Pittodrie chairman Dave Cormack hopes the club, fans and players can begin to heal from the public humiliation and loss of trust caused by the Aberdeen eight.
Aberdeen and Celtic face disciplinary action in addition to their respective players who broke coronavirus protocols.
The eight Aberdeen players who breached Covid-19 rules have been hit with notices of complaint by the SFA.