Fifa must undergo “fundamental and urgent changes” as a reaction to its corruption scandal, the Scottish Government has said.
A loophole in an alcohol ban at football matches permits clubs to serve drinks before the match provided fans are ejected and forced to join the back of the queue at the turnstiles, according to Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy.
Ten percent of football tickets should be made available at an “affordable” price, according to the Liberal Democrats.
Opportunities will be explored to give football fans more rights to buy their club in the manner that Dunfermline Athletic was brought back from the brink.
Dundee and Stirling have both been offered consolation prizes after missing out on Scotland’s National Performance Centre for Sport.
A proposal to let football fans buy alcohol at matches has been backed by clubs across Tayside and Fife.
The campaign to safeguard the future of Dunfermline Athletic FC has made it to the Scottish Parliament.