Aberdeen forward Greg Stewart admits he paid the price for overindulging during the summer break.
Our football writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson use this week's Talking Football to look forward to an East End Park cracker, ponder how St Johnstone will do at Pittodrie and consider whether it was a point gained or two lost for Dundee.
Senior media executive Murdoch MacLennan is the new chairman of the Scottish Professional Football League, replacing the outgoing Ralph Topping.
The SFA has ruled out any new disciplinary action following today's landmark "Big Tax Case" ruling against Rangers FC.
Dunfermline are chasing down the play-offs with one eye looking over their shoulder, according to striker Michael Moffat.
In this week’s Talking Football, Courier Sports writers Ian Roache and Neil Robertson discuss THAT penalty decision, ponder what might have been for Dundee in Inverness and consider a merger as raised by Jim Spence.
Ian Cathro reckons Hearts is the perfect place to kick off his managerial career because the possibilities for the Tynecastle side are limitless.
There doesn’t seem to be much middle ground.
Robbie Neilson has left Hearts - or at least a man in a Robbie Neilson mask has.
Dundee win at last, St Johnstone can't take the chance to go second, Dundee United continue their upward momentum and a trip to Wembley looms large. These issues and Gareth Bale's wages get the Talking Football treatment from the Courier's sports writers.