Campbell Ogilvie, Scottish FA President: "The Scottish FA welcomes yesterday’s statement from the Scottish Professional Football League confirming regulations regarding supporter misconduct - which has unfortunately again become an issue in recent weeks - will be reviewed and discussed next month.

"It is important that the game takes a collective stance against the kind of unacceptable behaviour that depicts Scottish football in a negative light, especially when there is a will among the respective bodies and member clubs to improve Scottish football’s entertainment value to supporters and sponsors.

"It was for this reason that the Scottish FA Board raised a resolution at its Annual Meeting in 2013. This resolution was not carried by the membership.

"Last year, a working group of representatives from the Scottish FA and SPFL approved a new set of guidelines intended to bridge the gap between existing rules and strict liability but, despite the best intentions, it appears these guidelines have not been effective.

"While jurisdiction for league competitions rests with the SPFL, the Scottish FA is happy to assist in the creation of more robust regulations."