Aberdeen chairman has talked about the lack of movement for the fans return.
thinks it’s not fair to the football fans in Scotland to keep them away from stadiums and not doing anything to make it possible for them to come to the stadiums safely.
“It’s now very clear that Scottish football and its fans are being treated unfairly with the rejection correspondence, once again, avoiding answering the key question as to why indoor events in Level 2, with less regulation, are being favoured over the stringent, safe and highly regulated protocols we have in place at our stadium,”
Cormack said in a club statement
“We have compared the criteria in place for a range of other venues, all of which are indoors and open in Level 2, against the stringent controls at our stadium.
“This stark comparison reveals that fans would be far safer in an outdoor stadium, yet we are still waiting, months later, for the Scottish Government to provide any clinical evidence to support their decision.
“Any independent observer would seriously struggle to understand why the Scottish Government continues to reject our carefully-researched and detailed application.
“Despite the devastating financial impact of the lock-out and, encouraged by (national clinical director) Jason Leitch, Scottish football clubs have invested considerable resources in robust operationaal planning to gradually readmit fans safely.
“At Aberdeen, we have spent around £30,000 on putting these in place.
“Jason Leitch himself told the SPFL and Premiership clubs that outdoor activities were safer than indoor activities yet our successful, safe test events with 300 fans now seem pointless if there is no progression plan in place, even in Level 1.
“We have repeatedly asked for clarification and meetings with him and ministers, yet our requests continue to be ignored. Surely, clubs and our fans are due an explanation as to why they’ve done a U-turn.”