No option to void season as Celtic close in on title, former Rangers man doesn't believe Celtic should be given title, former Celtic man believes Celtic should be given title - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Friday’s Scottish football news and gossip

No option of null-and-void season

Celtic look set to be crown Ladbrokes Premiership champions with the option of declaring the season ‘null and void’ off the table in SPFL summit. (Daily Record)

Uefa warning

Celtic celebrate winning the title last season. Picture: SNSCeltic celebrate winning the title last season. Picture: SNS
Celtic celebrate winning the title last season. Picture: SNS | Other 3rd Party

Uefa have warned the SPFL that voiding the season would see clubs barred from competing in the Europa League and Championship. (Scottish Sun)

Warburton: Titles should be won

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Former Rangers boss Mark Warburton doesn’t believe Celtic should be handed the title, saying titles “should be won”. (Daily Record)

Lustig: Celtic should be handed title

Former Celtic defender Mikael Lustig believes the SPFL should follow the lead set by Belgium and crown Neil Lennon’s league leaders as champions. (Daily Record)

McCoist urges pay cuts

Ally McCoist has urged players from all clubs to take pay cuts in order to ensure other staff members do not lose their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic. (The Scotsman)

Hibs negotiate deferral

Hibs are expected to announce an agreement between the club and players that will see a percentage of their wages deferred until football kicks off once again. (Evening News)

Stendel eyes youthful movement

Hearts manager Daniel Stendel today outlined plans to restructure his team by playing more youngsters alongside a few experienced anchors. (Evening News)



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