Scottish football has announced an immediate suspension, with games postponed until “further notice”.
English clubs’ wariness over the potential of Celtic makes a move south unlikely, according to boss Brendan Rodgers.
English clubs' wariness over the potential of Celtic makes a move south unlikely, according to boss Brendan Rodgers.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton has hit out at plans which could transform the Champions League into a closed shop accessible only to Europe’s biggest clubs.
Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby insists the club had no option but to take action against the fans whose behaviour marred last Friday night’s win over Motherwell.
Celtic have made moves to disband the Green Brigade section at Parkhead after labelling events during Friday night’s match at Fir Park “indefensible”.
Scottish Premier League clubs made surprising progress in their latest meeting on change today when they agreed to seek a merged 42-club structure including top-flight play-offs.
Scottish Premier League clubs have given their “unanimous backing” to reconstruction plans centring on a 12-12-18 league structure, chief executive Neil Doncaster has said.
Both Scottish league bodies have agreed in principle to a restructuring plan that would see the organisations merge in a 12-12-18 structure.
The Scottish Football League’s 30 member clubs will meet tomorrow to discuss proposals for reconstruction to revive the game.
Rangers have refused to co-operate with the Scottish Premier League inquiry into alleged undisclosed payments to players by a previous Ibrox regime.
Sevco Scotland secured the right to field a Rangers team at Brechin tomorrow but their fight against the Scottish Premier League’s investigation into undisclosed payments to players looks set to continue.
Brechin City’s financial structure for the upcoming season could be thrown into disarray if their Ramsden’s Cup tie with Rangers is called off, the club’s vice-chairman Martin Smith has warned.
Rangers newco will continue talks with the football authorities today as their bid to gain membership of the Scottish Football Association remains in abeyance.
Scottish Premier League chief executive Neil Doncaster last night offered no assurances that the competition would have a television deal next season after the clubs vowed to facilitate the Rangers newco’s Third Division move.
Rangers newco chief executive Charles Green and manager Ally McCoist arrived at Hampden this morning ahead of the Scottish Premier League annual general meeting.
Stenhousemuir do not expect Scottish Football League clubs to be given the option of voting newco Rangers into the Irn-Bru Third Division.
The Scottish Premier League might decide whether Rangers face disciplinary action over alleged undisclosed payments before the result of the ’big tax case’, according to chief executive Neil Doncaster.
Scottish Premier League chief executive Neil Doncaster has told Rangers not to expect any special treatment if they apply for re-entry to the top-flight as a newco.
The Scottish Premier League have extended their broadcasting deal with Sky and ESPN until 2017.
Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan has called for serious change in the domestic top flight following the country’s worst European club display in display.
Hearts face serious questions from the Scottish Premier League over how a supporter was able to breach security and reach Celtic manager Neil Lennon in his technical area at Tynecastle.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon focused on his team’s success after he was attacked by a fan in the 3-0 win over Hearts at Tynecastle.
Scottish football authorities today began an investigation into events at Tynecastle last night after Celtic manager Neil Lennon was attacked by a fan during his side’s 3-0 win in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
SCOTLAND’S football authorities have promised to investigate the incident which saw Celtic manager Neil Lennon attacked by a fan during last night’s 3-0 win over Hearts at Tynecastle.
Johan Mjallby insists Celtic boss Neil Lennon is still in a “good mood” despite the most recent threats to his security.
The Football Association of Ireland has refused to confirm whether it has been approached to supply replacement referees to the Scottish Football Association, amid a planned strike by referees in Scotland.
Scottish Premier League chief executive Neil Doncaster today remained steadfast in his view that Rangers and Celtic will not be leaving for England.
Coca-Cola have confirmed a sponsorship deal with the Scottish Premier League.
Further news is expected today from the Scottish Football Association as they seek to pick up the pieces of Gordon Smith’s resignation as chief executive.
Gordon Smith today dramatically resigned as Scottish Football Association chief executive.
Sunderland are on the brink of signing Norwich midfielder Dickson Etuhu for £1.5m, the Coca-Cola Championship club have confirmed.
Norwich have agreed a fee with West Ham to pave the way for Dean Ashton’s £7.25m (€10.6m) transfer to Upton Park.
WIGAN chairman Dave Whelan believes Arsenal and Manchester United would support a salary cap for players to avoid the Premier League being "ruined" by the spending power of Chelsea.
BRITISH Sports minister Richard Caborn declared yesterday “the games must go on” after persuading Inter Milan not to cancel their pre-season tour of England over security fears.
Norwich have confirmed striker Mathias Svensson is in talks with Elfsborg after they received an approach from the Swedish club.
FROM the terraces to the boardroom at Carrow Road, the desire is the same - to keep Norwich among the elite of English football, but not at any cost.
JOSE Mourinho and Alex Ferguson have been given an immediate opportunity to resume their war of words as the new Barclays Premiership season threatens to kick off in explosive fashion.
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