It has been a long wait but finally football is back in Scotland this Saturday and what a cracker of a match to start with - Aberdeen v Rangers, and Largs Thistle legend George Wall can't wait...

"it is good that the game is back and we can get back to talking about the action rather than the sideshows.
The Scottish Premiership has a heightened importance to both the Old Firm clubs this season with Celtic chasing 10 in a row and Rangers will be doing all in their power to stop them.
Both clubs have enjoyed some action against some top quality clubs in France and that will freshen them up for the action starting.
It will be strange kicking off without any fans - but there is no doubt that the Aberdeen v Rangers game has an intense rivalry - and fans will remember Alfredo Morelos's red card between the sides at Pittodrie early last season.
Celtic face Hamilton on Sunday and I would fully expect them to care of the Lanarkshire side.
It is disappointing that neither Rangers or Celtic have made any blue chip signings - although other clubs have been busy in the transfer market including St Mirren.
Tony Fitzpatrick is a great ambassador for the Paisley buddies and he believes St Mirren should aspire to be a top six team. Why not?
Joe Shaughnessy says there is "something starting" at St Mirren after the Irish centre-back signed up for Jim Goodwin's side on a two-year deal.
The former Aberdeen and St Johnstone defender, has been plying his trade with English League One with Southend United, and he is joined by Isak Thorvaldsson, 19, who has agreed a season-long loan from Norwich. St Mirren face up to Livingston at home.
Dundee United have a new manager in Micky Mellon - he has a good CV with a good few promotions behind him and he will want to get off to a positive start as they face up to St Johnstone.
The FA Cup semi finals were very surprising and I didn't expect it to be Arsenal v Chelsea in the final.
Arsenal have been impressive at times under Mikael Arteta, none more so when they come up against a Manchester City team who have been firing on all cylinders in recent weeks.
Manchester United were destroyed in the Chelsea game - they weren't at the races at all. I watched United beat Crystal Place with three upfront and I don't understand why Ole Gunnar Solkskaer changed the tactics for the semi.
De Gea was getting a lot of the blame for conceding the second goal but there was a defensive blunder in the build-up.
And one of the big talking points is what is going on the United central defence with Harry McGuire at £80m. How much would Nicky Jamieson or Creag Little be worth in the Premiership prices you wonder.
It should be a good final but I hope it doesn't become a tactical battle as both teams have great flair and are good to watch.
It is a shame that Billy Gilmour is out injured for Chelsea and is missing the opportunity to star in an FA Cup final.
I am quite taken aback that the Scottish Cup final date has been set for 20 December - it seems an awful long time away.
It seems crazy that you could have Jonny Hayes who played for Celtic earlier in the cup possibly playing against them for Aberdeen in the semi."