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Clarity: Ian Maxwell (pic: SNS Group)
Hopes of some clarity as to how the Scottish football season will conclude were dealt a blow after a fruitless series of meetings between SPFL clubs.
Each league met by video conference at Hampden Park but little progress appears to have been made other than setting what some regard as a fanciful provisional resumption date.
There will be no football played in Scotland until 30 April at the earliest, with the Scottish FA waiting details from a government Coronavirus White Paper and subsequent bill before deciding on what path to go down.
Games had originally been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak and officials stress that while that remains the situation, they have set a provisional date for a return to action to aid with clubs’ planning.