There were some cursory glances around the Press room at the Falkirk Stadium after Dundee United’s 2-0 win on Saturday when boss Csaba Laszlo, almost out of nowhere, asserted the following.
The SFA is set to confirm they will be staying at Scottish football’s traditional home, Hampden Park.
Hearts manager Craig Levein is said to be recovering well after being taken to hospital.
Dundee United will use the loan system again as they strive to escape the Championship next season.
He’s very much a manager who plays the hand he’s dealt without complaint, but Dundee United’s Csaba Laszlo admits he’d be happy if Scottish football’s winter break was extended to the lower league.
In football we love a verdict and the earlier the better.
While not wanting to knock the SPFL for trying something new, it’s probably fair to say the new League Cup format is a little too complicated.
Scottish football has potential, according to Dundee money man Tim Keyes.