Scotland's referees' association have refuted speculation they may stage industrial action over the Nadir Ciftci suspension row, but have once again voiced dismay at what they perceive to be a lenient punishment given to the Dundee United forward.
IT is one of the eternal verities of Scottish football:
Celtic want to bring Hiroki Yamada, the Japanese midfielder, to the club on trial.
Prince Charles has visited the site where a police helicopter crashed into a busy pub, killing nine people.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist insists referees should have protection regardless of whether they are willing to explain their decisions or not.