Signing bans, threats of legal action it appears it is not safe to go back into the waters of Scottish football folks.
With less than three weeks until the SPL season kicks-off, Dundee have been promoted while Rangers await SFA membership to play in Division Three.
In most summer windows yesterday’s transfers would seem insignificant, but this year Monday counts as a frenzied day of activity with Fraser Fyvie and Kenny Miller moving on from their respective clubs.
Football Talk will shun comical mentions of Mounties, maple syrup, mooses, so we'll simply wish the Scotland striker all the best in the MLS.
Andreas Hinkel and John Yorkston both feel cheated for different reasons while a Bangor City striker is going head to head with Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for a top prize.
Talking of the little Argentinean, Barcelona think they’ve found the Irish equivalent.
The Ibrox club face losing out on Scottish FA membership unless they accept a 12-month 'unlawful' embargo.
The former Hearts man says he would consider an approach to play for the Ibrox side (Scottish Sun)
The German says he feels cheated over lost SPL championships (Daily Record)
The SFA board have given their backing to the under-pressure SFA chief executive (Scottish Sun)
The East End Park confirm that they will discuss seeking legal advice against the league.
The Dens Park gaffer believes he needs to sign six more players to be competitive in the top flight (Daily Record)
The 27-year-old winger on 32-man list of Europe's best players (The Guardian)
The Catalan giants have apparently sealed a deal for a nine-year-old Irish kid (Irish Independent)
STV’s Gordon Chree speaks to the SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster.
A look at how Kenny Miller’s new team got on in their last match (MLS.com)
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