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.
DAVID Stubley (Letters, February 27) is spot on with this comments on the state of rugby, and they apply to other administrative bodies.
SCOTTISH football's governing body has said it will assist in forging "more robust regulations" on fan behaviour on the back of the latest concerns over sectarian singing.
The Scottish Professional Football League is to review its policy on fan behaviour in the wake of criticism over the policy on sectarian singing.
Rangers could "have no case to answer" over sectarian singing heard in their game v Raith Rovers, according to football bosses.