By Afp Reporter
Published: 17:50 BST, 3 May 2020 | Updated: 18:12 BST, 3 May 2020
Scottish Football Association vice-president Mike Mulraney said on Sunday he fears the governing body might face the 'total disaster' scenario of cancelling the next domestic season due to the coronavirus.
The Scottish Professional Football League has abandoned the remainder of the current Championship, League One and League Two seasons after a lengthy and controversial process.
There is no decision yet on how to finish the rest of the 2019-20 Scottish Premiership campaign, but it would be no surprise if it is called off after the French and Dutch leagues were abandoned because of the pandemic.
Mike Mulraney is concerned the coronavirus could cause the cancellation of next season
Now Mulraney, who is also chairman of second tier Alloa, says the SFA are planning for potential situations that include restricted fan access and a campaign behind closed doors — if the 2020-21 season can begin at all.
And he warned