Football matches, the actual action on the field, are being swapped for meetings. Whether it is Uefa, SPFL and Scottish FA or club meetings, they have dominated the headlines as the country’s organisations try to get forage a path forward.
The latest meeting will involve the top flight clubs and Dundee United today as they try to fathom how to finish the 2019/2020 campaign or simply come to some sort of agreement to draw a line under it as has happened with the Championship, League One and League Two.
We will have all the latest news and any transfer speculation throughout the day from around Scottish football.
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Last updated: Friday, 01 May, 2020, 15:52
- Premiership talks
- No fans until 2021?
- Findlay hits out at Rangers
Rangers chief hints at season end
Rangers are preparing for the Scottish Premiership to be concluded without more games.
Club chief Stewart Robertson suggested so in a message to fans following the release of season tickets.
Rangers have offered fans a £25 voucher “in the event of this season’s games not being completed in front of our supporters”.
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"I'm disappointed in the people at Rangers" - Donald Findlay QC
Ex-Rangers vice chairman Donald Findlay QC has expressed his disappointment in his former club for their handling of their allegations against the SPFL.
English football's no fans concern
There are concerns that fans could be shut out of games until next year.
A leaked recording heard by the BBC has revealed that the EFL don't believe fans will be able to return to stadiums until a cure is found for the coronavirus.
Alex Rodman, Bristol Rovers' PFA delegate, said: "We won't be playing any games with any fans this year, they (the EFL) don't think so. We'll be looking at January 2021 unless a cure pops up."
The worry is that could extend to Scotland with the Government uneasy on games starting up any time soon.
Premiership clubs set for showdown talks
The 12 Scottish Premiership clubs, plus Championship winners Dundee United, will meet via Zoom to discuss the future of the current season.
The focus will be on how to best conclude the 2019/2020 campaign.
Uefa have given nations a May 25 deadline to submit plans for how they plan to do so,
Discussions over whether it is feasible that the season could be finished will take place, as will the possibility of terminating the season on a points-per-game average.
Rangers' call for an independent investigation are unlikely to be discussed.
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