In the Premiership there was of course the small matter of the first Old Firm clash of the season which saw Rangers land an early blow on rivals Celtic, opening up a four point lead at the top and being placed as favourites to win their first top-flight title since 2011.
There was also more coronavirus woe for St Mirren and Motherwell with the game between the two at the weekend postponed, the second time it has happened late on for the Steelmen.
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1. New deal for Goldson?
Rangers are set to offer centre-back Connor Goldson a new contract. The Englishman was wanted by a number of clubs in the summer. He became an Ibrox hero with his brace at the weekend to down Celtic 2-0. The 27-year-old’s current deal expires in the summer of 2022. (Football Insider)
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2. Aberdeen test event KO
The Scottish Government have rejected a bid from Aberdeen to host a fan test event for their clash with Celtic on Sunday. Dons chief Dave Cormack revealed on social media that the club applied for 1,000 fans to be able to watch the game at Pittodrie. He was reportedly given a “polite no”. (Dave Cormack/Twitter)
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3. Ajer's role in Rangers goal questioned
Ex-Rangers forward Steven Naismith reckons Celtic were more nervous than Rangers for the Old Firm clash. The Hearts captain singled out Kristoffer Ajer for his role in the second where he stuck to Brandon Barker. Naismith said it was 'everything else is not my fault' type mentality’. (BBC)
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4. Ross wants coronavirus rule change
Motherwell coach Mauric Ross feels St Mirren should be punished with the three points for the late postponement of the league fixture with the Steelmen on Saturday. The Buddies were left with eight outfield players due to more positive coronavirus tests. Ross reckons there needs to be a “rule change”. (Scottish Sun)
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