Scottish clubs still awaiting payments from league for 2019-20 season

  • Auditors understood to be looking into deal with Sky
  • League hopes to pay clubs by end of the year

The Scottish Professional Football League has not made final payments to clubs for the curtailed 2019-20 season, weeks after teams expected to receive them.

The fees are typically paid in October but remain outstanding with the SPFL’s external auditors understood to be focusing on how an agreement with Sky Sports relating to unfulfilled fixtures is treated in the annual accounts. The league says it hopes to pay the clubs by the end of the year.

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