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Scottish Football News Round-Up: Monday 11th November

Date: 11th November 2013


SFA and clubs dispute £1m league reorganisation costs
The Scottish FA will hope to resolve a potentially damaging dispute with clubs over the cost of league reorganisation when its board meets in December.
As seen on the BBC

Scottish Premiership highlights: See best of the weekend’s action
It was an action-packed day of Scottish football with goals galore across the top flight.
As seen on STV

Football Hall of Fame: Bobby Walker inducted
What many people viewed as a great wrong was righted last night when Heart of Midlothian legend Bobby Walker was inducted into the Scottish football Hall of Fame.
As seen on the Scotsman

Football fans fears over BT’s £900m deal for Champions League coverage which takes tournament off terrestrial TV
Former First Minister Henry McLeish, who wrote a report on Scottish football, is concerned that BT Sports’ massive three-year deal to show Champions League matches will leave ordinary supporters disadvantaged.
As seen on Daily Record

Six Scots fans to stand trial
Six men will remain in custody in Amsterdam to appear in court on 21 November following clashes between supporters and police ahead of Celtic’s Champions League match against Ajax on Wednesday.
As seen on TeamTalk

Rangers claim another victory
Rangers marched on to the Scottish League Two title with their 16th victory on the bounce against Airdrieonians at Ibrox.
As seen on EuroSport

Hart form hindering Forster not Scottish football, Hodgson insists
England boss Roy Hodgson says Fraser Forster is being kept out of the team by Joe Hart, not because he plays in the Scottish Premiership.
As seen on SoccerWay

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