Aberdeen has dominated the headlines this week following the singing of their new manager Stephen Glass and of their new player and coach Scott Brown.
Dundee United, Motherwell, Celtic and Rangers has stopped taking the knee following the racist abuse Glen Kamara suffered last Thursday. Ross County manager John Hughes has also contemplated stopping taking the knee.
Hibs revealed this week that their bank balance has halved due to the pandemic as they try promote their season ticket sales for next season. Whereas Kilmarnock has seen a profit of £61,483 for the financial year ending May 2020 and Livingston cleared their debt they owed to their former director Ged Nixon.
Motherwell also went on to publish the video that showed black players Sherwin Seedorf, Bevis Mugabi, Charles Dunne and Devante Cole discussing their experiences with racial abuse both in Football and wider society completely unfiltered. The 10 minute segment was first seen in Inside Motherwell episode 17 then the club released the video by itself on all their social media platforms to show what influenced their decision to stop taking the knee.
The post-split fixtures were confirmed this week as St Johnstone narrowly beat St Mirren to the top six as Jim Goodwin’s boys find themselves back in the bottom six.
Scotland’s squad against Austria on Thursday that secured a trail blazing 2-2 draw featured several Premiership players both in the starting 11 and on the bench. These included Ryan Christie, Stephen O’Donnell, Callum McGregor, Declan Gallagher, Jack Hendry, Jon Mclaughlin and Kevin Nisbet,