Outspoken talkSPORT pundit Adrian Durham has called for Celtic and Aberdeen to be docked points for their failure to keep players in line with Covid-19 restrictions and quarantine rules.

Boli Bolingoli flew to Spain on a secret trip before playing against Kilmarnock while eight Dons players were forced to quarantine for 14 days after hitting a bar following their defeat to Rangers last week - as two players were diagnosed with the virus.

The blunders has forced the postponement of some matches this weekend and thrust the Premiership into uncertainty. The Scots government are still deliberating on what to do next, with furious Nicola Sturgeon giving football a 'yellow card', claiming it's one more strike and we're out.

Now Durham - a notorious critic of Celtic and Scottish football from his radio show - has urged bosses to deduct points from the Hoops and Aberdeen. He has also demanded the clubs take their players' passports from them in a bid to prevent the Bolingoli incident from happening again.

"This internal disciplinary thing has really angered me, from Celtic," Durham moaned. "How can they say, 'Yeah, we'll deal with it' when they couldn't even deal with one of their own players? They couldn't guarantee one of their own players. Why didn't they just take his passport off him?

"Why don't they take the passports off all the players, then nobody is going abroad, are they? They should have the point they won against Kilmarnock docked from them, the game with St Mirren has been postponed so St Mirren should be awarded a 3-0 win. 

"Aberdeen's game with Hamilton is postponed, Hamilton should be awarded a 3-0 win. Celtic vs Aberdeen on Saturday had to be postponed, both should be docked three points. That's what should happen."