As expected, Celtic were crowned Scottish Premiership Champions earlier this week and few can argue they weren't the best team this season. Rangers at times threatened to make a real fist of the title race but too often dropped needless points and couldn't maintain the relentless form of their city rivals.
It seemed inevitable that Michael O'Neill would leave his post as Northern Ireland manager once the Euro 2020 play-offs - originally scheduled for March, then June - were postponed indefinitely.
On Wednesday, the SPFL put out a proposal to its 42 member clubs giving them the option of concluding the season now and paying out prize money as each club currently sits, cash which lower league sides are in desperate need of.
Football players dislike nothing more than not being able to fulfil their duties of simply playing the game. The current shutdown is taking plenty of them out of their comfort zone, as it's all new.