Peter Hartley captained Motherwell to third place in the Scottish Premiership but fears he has been “out of sight, out in mind” in England.
An Aberdeen first-team player has tested positive for coronavirus, the Scottish Premiership club have announced.
The Scottish Government has poured cold water on hopes of crowds being allowed into sports grounds before October.
The Africa Cup of Nations has been postponed until January 2022.
The Premier League is waiting to hear whether the localised lockdown in Leicester will force the club to postpone home games or play at a neutral venue.
Robbie Fowler will not be returning to his role as Brisbane Roar manager as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Scottish Premiership clubs have been given the green light to resume contact training from Monday.
The Scottish Professional Football League expects full participation in the lower two divisions and possibly the Betfred Cup.
FIFA outlined its sporting and economic path out of the Covid-19 crisis on Thursday, although no date has yet been fixed for its expanded Club World Cup.
The importance of supporters has been reinforced for Steve Clarke as he watches football return behind closed doors.
The Scottish football authorities will explore ways to get some supporters in grounds for the start of the Premiership season after a further easing of the lockdown was announced.
The first Covid-secure FA Cup draw will take place on Sunday, with just one guest instead of the usual two pairing up the teams.
Three individuals from two Sky Bet Championship clubs have tested positive for coronavirus over the course of the past week, the English Football League has confirmed.
Zoom appointments, cardboard fans and a surge in community spirit are just three of the ways in which non-league football is resisting assumptions of financial meltdown and working to emerge from the pandemic with a new-found faith in the game’s grass-roots future.
Ben Mee admits his first season as Burnley captain has been a huge learning experience as the coronavirus pandemic has thrown up unforeseen challenges.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has declared the club have offset half of their predicted £10million coronavirus hit.
The Premier League has not sought to take out pandemic insurance in the event of a fresh public health emergency wreaking further havoc on future seasons.
Dundee are the latest Scottish club to instigate major cuts as Celtic manager Neil Lennon warned the champions were not immune from the coronavirus crisis.
Aberdeen have opened talks with players over implementing wage cuts.
Sheffield United were denied victory at Aston Villa by a technical fault as the Premier League resumed with huge controversy.