"Working-class" football fans should be allowed to drink in the stadium before the match, according to Scottish Labour's new leader.
BARRY Hearn didn't hold back when he addressed the SFA convention at Hampden in midweek, but there was a bit of thought process there too.
Scotland's new justice secretary has dismissed calls from the head of the Scottish Football Association to permit the sale of alcohol at grounds.
STEWART REGAN, the chief executive of the Scottish Football Association, will push for a consensus to allow supporters to drink alcohol at games.
BARRY HEARN, Britain's leading sports promoter, has castigated the SPFL over its two-and-a-half year search for a title sponsor and called for fresh leadership to address the lack of funding in the Scottish game.