Scottish Championship side Dunfermline released 17 out-of-contract players on Friday as a British lawmaker warned that up to 10 lower-league clubs in England could be weeks away from going into administration.
The clubs belonging to the SPFL (the Scottish League) have agreed to end the seasons of the Championship, League One and League Two, with the results in force at the time of the stoppage. The decision on the Scottish Premiership will have to wait.
According to the 'Daily Mail', Dundee are one of the teams that have placed their staff on the furlough scheme because of the health crisis. The club have promised, however, that they will pay their workers 100%.
The South Wales side are keen to recruit the promising young striker, but are willing to loan him back to Ayr United for the remainder of the current season, as they bid for promotion to the Scottish top flight.
Newly appointed Dundee manager Jim McIntyre is an "excellent motivator" who can lift the club out of relegation trouble, says former Ross County midfielder Jackson Irvine.
Stephen Dobbie is nearing the end of hsi career, but has still managed to score and incredible 21 goals already this eason.