Kris Boyd believes Aberdeen’s next couple of games have to be called off, for sporting integrity.
The game against St. Johnstone has been rearranged for August 20, however, Boyd thinks that Aberdeen shouldn’t play again intel that match.
The Dons, would have been without eight players due to them breaking lockdown rules – agreed by the SFA, SPFL and the Scottish government.
He said: “St Johnstone should be the next game for Aberdeen.
“Andrew Considine was going to be suspended and they had eight players missing.
“Now all of a sudden St Johnstone are going to miss out on that and Hamilton might benefit.
“We hear about sporting integrity in Scottish football but we can’t let the game go ahead.
“Aberdeen’s next two games have to be cancelled. The next game they should play is St Johnstone on August 20.
“I can’t criticise the players as we have all went out after games.
“They have come out and apologised and we have to move on from there.
“Football is doing all it can to make sure it is a safe environment, they are being tested twice a week.
“If there is one thing we can take from this is you go to training and you go home. You play matches and go home.
“Footballers can’t be going out and hanging about in pubs and coffee shops.”