First Division clubs are set to break away from the Scottish Football League to create a second tier of the Scottish Premier League after the SFL clubs were split on merger plans at their annual general meeting.
Scottish league reconstruction plans are inching closer to becoming a reality after Football League clubs agreed on a number of issues at a meeting at Hampden Park.
First Division clubs in Scotland have proposed an "SPL2" as an alternative to the foundered reconstruction plans.
Former Rangers chief executive Charles Green has been fined £2,500 by the Scottish Football Association for using racist language in a newspaper interview.
Rangers have announced that the club's director of sports development, Craig Mather, will become interim chief executive.
Charles Green has strenuously denied any wrongdoing after offering his resignation as chief executive of Rangers.
Charles Green is set to resign from his role as chief executive of Rangers, according to reports.
The St Mirren chairman Stewart Gilmour has said voting against plans to restructure Scottish football was "the right thing to do".
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan is predicting that Old Firm pair Rangers and Celtic will be involved in a European super league in ten years' time.
Rangers chief executive Charles Green has accused an anti-racism body of a "knee-jerk reaction" over comments published in a Sunday newspaper interview.