Police in Scotland have said they have received reports of historic child abuse within football.
Tue, 29 Nov, 2016
Rangers players could walk away from Ibrox for free if a new company is formed to take over the club’s assets, according to PFA Scotland chief executive Fraser Wishart.
Thu, 19 Apr, 2012
The futures of Rangers staff and players remains unclear following another day of talks with administrators Duff and Phelps.
Fri, 02 Mar, 2012
The Hearts first-team squad and PFA Scotland have submitted a formal complaint to the Scottish Premier League over unpaid wages at the club after the players’ December salaries failed to arrive on schedule.
Sat, 17 Dec, 2011
A number of players and staff at Dundee are expected to lose their jobs in the next 24 hours after the club were officially put into administration today.
Thu, 14 Oct, 2010
Republic of Ireland striker Anthony Stokes has been nominated for the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year Award for his influential season at SPL club Hibernian.
Thu, 15 Apr, 2010
Aiden McGeady is hoping to draw a line under his bust-up with Celtic boss Gordon Strachan after deciding not to appeal against the punishment imposed on him.
Wed, 07 Jan, 2009
Gretna's administrators slashed the club's staff with 29 redundancies on a grim day for the Black and Whites - but stressed it was a vital step towards completing the season.
Thu, 27 Mar, 2008
Gretna’s players could face job losses within the next 24 hours as administrators prepare to begin their work at Raydale Park.
Wed, 12 Mar, 2008
Hearts keeper Craig Gordon has denied that his failure to accept the captain’s armband during the draw with St Mirren was a snub to the Tynecastle club.
Mon, 04 Dec, 2006
The Scottish Premier League have played down a controversial move to pay injured players statutory sick pay instead of full wages.
Mon, 08 Nov, 2004
Rangers defender Frank de Boer is prepared to stay at Ibrox if twin brother Ronald fails a medical to move to Qatar.
Mon, 17 May, 2004
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