NEIL Doncaster believes there are grounds for optimism that Scottish football will secure a substantially improved television deal next time around, despite the game in this country having a "difficult" relationship with broadcasters in the past.
KENNY McDOWALL has revealed Saturday's match against Cowdenbeath could be his last as Rangers manager, and warned that it could take a new board of directors up to five years to remedy the various problems behind the scenes.
DAVE King, Paul Murray and John Gilligan pulled up chairs in an office in central Glasgow shortly after 11am, and spent a full hour outlining their vision for taking over Rangers and moving the club forward.
FORMER Rangers chairman Alistair Johnston has cautioned that the directors in waiting may be opening a Pandora's Box when they finally enter the Ibrox portals after the latest manoeuvring by Mike Ashley and his nominated representatives on the board.
JOHN BROWN, who has been a constant and vociferous critic of those in charge of Rangers since the financial catastrophe of 2012, believes it is the club's finest hour now that Dave King and his allies are on the verge of assuming control.
Steve Simonsen's reputation is "in danger of being further damaged" by the Scottish Football Association's decision to seek further punishment for the Rangers keeper's betting offences, according to his union.