The eyes of Scottish football are once more drawn towards Hampden as SPL clubs meet again to talk about financial play and other issues.
The meeting comes on the back of the latest developments regarding Rangers with the SFA coming in for widespread criticism.
Talking of people suffering bad days, Terry Butcher won’t feel like rolling out of bed with the news two of his best players are set to leave.
Gregory Tade is off to the Fair City of Perth while Jonny Hayes is seemingly set to join Aberdeen.
Elsewhere Football Talk has received a timely visit from our eastern European cousin Euro Talk to round up the best stories from Poland and Ukraine.
There’s also a heart-warming moment in a game between Russian All-Stars and World All-Stars.
The Scottish Premier League will reconvene at Hampden to discuss new rules designed to ensure financial fair play by its member clubs.
The Dons say they have agreed a deal with the Inverness Caledonian Thistle winger.
The French striker is poised to join Steve Lomas’ team on a two-year deal.
Neil Lennon’s side will take on Jose Mourinho’s men in the United States.
Jonathan Wilson examines whether players act on instinct or whether there’s a rational process to their actions. (The Guardian)
The Wolves defender hasn’t taken the news of his Euro 2012 snub well (BBC Sport)
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