LESLIE DEANS today rounded on the SFA for its continual "victimisation" of Hearts and explained his fear that the record £100,000 fine imposed on the Edinburgh club could force owner Vladimir Romanov to consider quitting Scottish football.
George Peat is gone but don't expect his successor to be as colourful
DUNDEE United chairman Stephen Thompson insists that there will be no reconstruction of the SPL, with supporters of a 10-team league and others who want a 14-member division refusing to climb down.
STEWART REGAN has identified a return to a single league organisation as a crucial part of his ambitions to reform Scottish football from top to bottom.
Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan will today accelerate the long-term process of improving performance levels in the national game after securing unanimous backing for his institutional reforms.
FOR Stewart Regan, the worst of times has indeed turned out to be the best of times. From the first day of his appointment as SFA chief executive eight months ago, he has had to contend with the recriminations of one of the most troubled and poisonous seasons in Scottish football history.
HENRY McLeish has saluted the Scottish Football Association after yesterday's historic annual general meeting.
STEWART Regan was last night savouring the emphatic adoption of his radical reform programme for the Scottish Football Association after it was passed without a single dissenting voice at Hampden.
THE Scottish Football Association member clubs today unanimously backed chief executive Stewart Regan's radical overhaul of the governing body.