Another weekend devoid of football. It was meant to the final set of Premiership fixtures pre-split but instead the governing bodies are still deliberating on how to proceed with the current season with some leagues at odds with what they are being told by Uefa.
On a more human and important level, clubs in Scotland are working out ways in which to keep themselves in relatively robust shape to survive the current climate, while also making sure their players are still looked after during the shutdown.
Click and scroll through to see all the latest news from around the SPFL.
1. SPFL to ignore Uefa advice
The SPFL are ready to name Celtic champions despite Uefa’s insistence that the current season be played out. The governing body warned leagues against finishing the campaign prematurely. The Scottish league is set to ignore the advice and name the winners, while relegating Hearts. (Daily Record) Photo: SNS Group Ross Parker
2. Morelos wants to leave
Alfredo Morelos wants to leave Rangers, according to ex-Ibrox ace Kenny Miller. The former Scotland international believes his former club should be doing all they can now to eke out the best price for the Colombian but he reckons his price has fallen since January. (Scottish Sun) Photo: Craig Foy - SNS Group
3. TV blackout lifted
Scottish football’s Saturday 3pm blackout ban for TV matches has been lifted by Uefa for the remainder of the season. In a move to try and finish the current campaign, the organisation have been moved to lift what has been tradition in the country. (Daily Record) Photo: SNS Group Craig Foy
4. Sutton wants Gerrard statement
Chris Sutton has urged Rangers boss Steven Gerrard to make a statement to “calm the waters”. The ex-Celtic striker believes Dave King’s departure has left a leadership void at the club. (BT Sport) Photo: SNS Group Ross MacDonald