This weekend was meant to the final of the regular season the lower leagues with just three rounds of fixtures left in the Scottish Premiership. Instead the Championship, League One and League Two have finished and there is still plenty of squabbling left before the curtain is drawn on the top flight.
Friday could be another explosive day in Scottish football with clubs from the Premiership set to meet about the future of the 2019/2020 season as well as discuss Rangers’ evidence they claim to hold against the SPFL.
Click and scroll through for the all the news from around the SPFL.
1. Rangers make Glasgow claims Gerrard
Steven Gerrard has said “Rangers make Glasgow”. In a letter to fans, the manager expressed his pride at managing the club and called Ibrox a “proper football stadium” in a rallying call to fans. (The Scotsman) Photo: Rob Casey - SNS Group
2. Championship bad blood
Dundee chief Dundee John Nelms has admitted there is “bad-blood” between some Championship clubs caused by the SPFL resolution voting fallout. Inverness CT’s Scott Gardiner revealed that the Dens club had intended to vote against the proposal before changing their mind. (Various) Photo: SNS Group Ross MacDonald
3. Hickey wanted by giants
Hearts starlet Aaron Hickey is being tracked by Bayern Munich. The 17-year-old has been linked with the likes of Celtic and Manchester City. The German giants have taken a keen interest in the Scottish market and see the defender as a promising talent. (Daily Record) Photo: Ross Parker - SNS Group
4. Ayr wanted to change vote
Ayr United chairman Lachlan Cameron has revealed that he tried to change the club’s vote in the SPFL resolution. The Championship side voted yes but enquired about reversing that to no. However, Cameron was told by SPFL chief Neil Doncaster that it wasn’t possible due to the rules. (PLZ Soccer) Photo: SNS Group Sammy Turner