IT’S been a wintry week for the whole country and a wretched one for Arsenal. But while the Gunners wait to see what happens when they go to Brighton on Sunday, PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKLY discusses the pros and cons of VAR and the old and new at Liverpool.
ABERDEEN and KIlmarnock have both agreed that their William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final should go ahead on Saturday but the South Stand at Pittodrie will be closed.
BORUSSIA Dortmund's Marco Reus is on the radar of Tottenham amid reports the 28-year-old is stalling over a new deal at the German club, the Mirror says.
DUNDEE UNITED chairman Stephen Thompson has announced his resignation with immediate effect.
OWEN COYLE has resigned from his post as Ross County manager.
ARSENAL have painted their pitch markings blue ahead of Thursday night's visit of Manchester City.
MOTHERWELL defender Charles Dunne put an unscheduled day off to good use by giving lifts to random pedestrians who were out and about in heavy snow.
GREG DOCHERTY has put thoughts of a Scotland career to one side as he bids to establish himself in the Rangers team.
SCOTT MCTOMINAY'S big-game performances have belied his inexperience, with fellow midfielder Nemanja Matic predicting a big future for the "amazing" Manchester United talent.
CELTIC'S cancelled game against Dundee on Wednesday night means suspended right-back Mikael Lustig will now miss the match against Old Firm rivals Rangers on Sunday week.
RANGERS boss Graeme Murty insists he will not spend the final 24 hours of the Chinese transfer window fretting over a last-minute bid for Alfredo Morelos.