The weather has once again wreaked havoc in the Scottish Premier League as games at Aberdeen and St Johnstone were postponed on Friday morning.
Motherwell have withdrawn their complaint to the Scottish Premier League over Craig Brown`s acrimonious departure to Aberdeen.
Craig Brown has insisted that no-one had any right to criticise his service to Motherwell as he was unveiled as Aberdeen manager. He said: "I have a great affection for Motherwell and I hope it's reciprocated. I don't see why it shouldn't be."
Aberdeen have confirmed the appointment of Craig Brown as manager on a two-and-a-half year contract.
Craig Brown has quit as Motherwell manager little over 24 hours after pledging his continued allegiance to the club following an approach from Aberdeen.
Aberdeen have insisted they are yet to offer anyone the role of manager at Pittodrie, having parted company with Mark McGhee last week.
Motherwell boss Craig Brown has turned down the chance to take charge of Aberdeen. The Dons have recently stepped up their bid to land a replacement for Mark McGhee, who was sacked last week.
Former Hibernian manager John Hughes is interested in the managerial vacancy at Aberdeen.
Coaches Neil Cooper and Neil Simpson have been placed in temporary charge of the first team at Aberdeen as the Dons begin the search for a successor to Mark McGhee.
Aberdeen have confirmed manager Mark McGhee has left the club.