Yesterday Napoli rocked the terrible football strips world with their new third choice kit for this season - an all denim effort.
This weekend sees a number of Highland League teams take their place in the first round of the Scottish Cup.
Jim McIntyre is set to take charge of Ross County for the first time tomorrow as his team face Motherwell at Victoria Park.
Inverness Caley Thistle go into tomorrow's match against Partick Thistle looking to extend their unbeaten start to the season which sees them sit top of the league with 13 points from their first five games.
Aberdeen travel to Glasgow tomorrow to take on Celtic at Parkhead in the Premiership's lunchtime kick off.
Napoli today unveiled their latest strip - surprising fans with a stylish new denim look.
Derek McInnes is confident defender Ash Taylor can cope with the pressure of playing against champions Celtic at Parkhead tomorrow.
Ross Draper scooped the SPFL player of the month award for August in a clean sweep for Caley Thistle - and the midfielder insists he is enjoying his football more than ever before.
Aberdeen under-20s have secured their place at the top of the SPFL Development League with a 3-2 win over Rangers at Murray Park.
Aberdeen duo Willo Flood and Jonny Hayes are both in contention to face Celtic on Saturday.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor was not swayed by the stellar names who applied for the manager's job in Dingwall, insisting recruiting a Scottish manager to replace Derek Adams at Victoria Park was always his priority.
Huntly manager Gregg Carrol has continued to ring the changes to his under-performing squad.
Free agent James McFadden believes he still has plenty to offer the right team.
Ross County captain Richard Brittain has backed Jim McIntyre to be a success at Victoria Park.
An Aberdeen football legend has spoken out in support of Scottish independence.
Ryan Gauld grabbed his first two Scotland Under-21 goals in Differdange as Scotland ended their 2015 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying campaign with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Luxembourg. Lewis Macleod was also on target for the Scots who finished third in Group 3 behind group winners Slovakia and second-placed Netherlands.
Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor reckons the Dons have nothing to fear when they head to Celtic Park this weekend.
Jim McIntyre is to take charge at Ross County after resigning from his position as Queen of the South manager.
Scotland midfielder Ikechi Anya reckons his side's impressive display against Germany will have made the world sit up and take notice.
Brora Rangers have drawn plaudits for relentlessly punishing teams with high-scoring victories but over the last seven days the Cattachs have been forced to display the grittier qualities also required of champions.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor insists he won't be rushed into appointing a new manager.
A round-up of today’s Highland League results.
Aberdeen defender Clark Robertson faces another injury lay-off after limping off in Scotland's under-21 European championship qualifier against Slovakia last night.
Former Caley Thistle midfielder Owain Tudur Jones says he is delighted to back involved in Scottish football.
New signing Darren Barr insists he is ready to make an impact with Ross County following a nightmare end to last season.
Peterhead captain Steven Noble could miss Saturday's Petrofac Training Cup quarter-final against Livingston.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor insists the club will take its time in appointing a new manager.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes Ash Taylor will be a valuable asset for the Dons.
Aberdeen's Joe Shaughnessy is joining Falkirk on loan in a bid to get regular first team football.
Ross County caretaker manager Stevie Ferguson has added three new players to the squad before the closure of the transfer window with Michael Gardyne, Darren Barr and Jackson Irvine all joining the club.
Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds has received a late call-up to the Scotland squad today for Sunday's European Championship qualifier against world champions Germany.
Aberdeen midfielder Barry Robson has played down his prospects of replacing Derek Adams at Victoria Park.