Celtic manager Neil Lennon insisted nothing could detract from their ninth consecutive title success after the Scottish Professional Football League board called time on the season.
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Hearts owner Ann Budge has accused her Premiership counterparts of ‘appalling disrespect’ over their outright dismissal of her task force’s plan to restructure the Scottish football pyramid.
Hearts owner Ann Budge has cast doubt on whether Scottish football can return to action “any time this year”.
Hearts owner Ann Budge insists her “mistake” in handing Craig Levein too much responsibility was not down to “blind faith”.
Hearts owner Ann Budge says she has seen nothing to suggest the Jambos owe Barnsley a penny in compensation for new boss Daniel Stendel.
Austin MacPhee remains unsure how long he will be in caretaker charge of Hearts after Barnsley demanded compensation over the potential appointment of Daniel Stendel.
Ann Budge admits she has a “tinge of regret” over allowing Craig Levein to combine the roles of Hearts manager and director of football.
Hearts owner Ann Budge is in the hunt for a “very experienced and high-profile manager”.
Hearts owner Ann Budge insists she has not spoken to other managers about replacing Craig Levein at Tynecastle and has given the 54-year-old her backing ahead of Sunday’s derby clash with Hibernian.
Hearts owner Ann Budge is hoping the £100,000 forked out on CCTV at Tynecastle this summer is money well spent.
Interim Celtic boss Neil Lennon has backed Hearts chairwoman Ann Budge’s “big call” to close a section of Tynecastle after the disorder at last week’s Edinburgh derby.
Hearts are to close a section of Tynecastle after last weekend’s disorder at the Edinburgh derby.
Hearts have banned two supporters after Motherwell player Christian Mbulu was allegedly racially abused during Saturday’s Scottish Premiership clash at Tynecastle.
Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has rejoined the SPFL board after Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson decided to step down.
Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has been elected to serve on the board of the Scottish Professional Football League, replacing Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson.