The fallout in Scottish football continues. SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster broke his silence since the organisation’s resolution to terminate the current season below the Ladbrokes Premiership, while chairman Murdoch MacLennan issued a lengthy statement and Q&A to clubs.
Focus will now be on an EGM which takes place next month as to whether an independent investigation is voted for. All the while talks over league reconstruction continue. One thing Scottish football can’t be accused of is being boring.
Click and scroll through to find out the latest from around Scottish football.
1. Doncaster hits out at Rangers' accusations
Neil Doncaster has hit out at Rangers for bringing unwarranted abuse towards himself and SPFL employees. The chief executive said threats were inevitable after allegations with “not a shred of evidence”. (Daily Record)
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2. Celtic starlet wanted
Celtic are on the verge of losing 16-year-old playmaker Josh Adam to Manchester City. The starlet has been watched numerous times by the Premier League giants who had a six-figure offer rejected. City are set to take advantage of the cross-border compensation rules and land the talented teen. (Scottish Sun)
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3. Ex-Rangers ace backs Morelos
Alfredo Morelos has been backed to be a success in the Premier League by former Rangers star Ronald de Boer. The Colombian has been linked with moves away from Ibrox in recent transfer windows. De Boer reckons his predatory instincts and attitude has attracted EPL sides. (talkSPORT)
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4. Liam Craig hits out at SFA and SPFL
St Johnstone midfielder and PFA chairman Liam Craig has claimed the Scottish FA and SPFL have “forgotten about the players” during the current shutdown. Craig feels the players should be involved in discussions regarding the future of the game. (The Scotsman)
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