Liam Craig’s PFA Scotland role has been a welcome distraction during the Covid-19 crisis but the St Johnstone midfielder admits his own uncertain situation is a concern.
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PFA Scotland chief executive Fraser Wishart fears most of the union’s members face lengthy periods out of work.
Celtic winger James Forrest has won the PFA Scotland player of the year award.
Aberdeen ace Lewis Ferguson has thanked boss Derek McInnes and his dad Derek for the soothing words which helped him recover from his Hampden red card.
Rangers loan ace Ryan Kent admits it is still possible he could be back at Ibrox next season.
Celtic duo Callum McGregor and James Forrest will vie with Rangers pair Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent for the PFA Scotland Player of the Year award.
PFA Scotland has called for urgent action before a footballer is “maimed” after Celtic winger Scott Sinclair was targeted with a glass bottle at Easter Road.
Celtic new boy Jeremy Toljan insists Scottish football needs to listen to player complaints over plastic pitches.
Celtic defender Jozo Simunovic believes it is only a matter of time before plastic pitches are booted out of Scottish football for good.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard says it is time the Scottish Professional Football League started listening to its players and outlawed “dangerous” plastic pitches.
PFA Scotland has sparked a major debate on the future of artificial pitches after players overwhelmingly backed calls for them to be scrapped in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre claims there is enough revenue in the top flight to insist on grass pitches.
St Mirren boss Oran Kearney has blamed calls for a ban on plastic pitches in Scotland’s top flight on the generation gap.
Livingston manager Gary Holt claims an excuse culture is behind calls for artificial pitches to be banned in Scotland’s top flight.
Hamilton defender Ziggy Gordon insists he will remain sanguine about artificial pitches in the absence of injury-risk evidence.
Motherwell midfielder Carl McHugh believes an artificial pitch caused him injury problems in his teenage years as he backed calls for their use to be banned in Scotland’s top flight.
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has assured fans he is doing everything he can to return to action a “better and stronger person”.