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Rangers' directors have been forced to reconsider Charles Green's return to the club as a consultant after a stormy meeting with angry fans on Thursday night. (Daily Record)

Chief executive Craig Mather told fans another meeting will be held next week, when the outspoken Yorkshireman Green could be sacked. (Daily Express)

Directors also admitted they have spent most of the £23m raised in December's stock market flotation, and that Rangers only have £10m in the bank. (Various)

Angelo Massone has appealed to the Foundation of Hearts group to work with his Five Stars Football Ltd in saving the Tynecastle side. (Daily Mail)

Elfsborg's on-loan Celtic striker Mo Bangura has blasted Scott Brown for being the only player who did not shake his hand after Wednesday's Champions League qualifier.

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St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has criticised FC Minsk's lack of class after the Belarusians goaded the Perth players about being put out of the Europa League. (Various)

Former Hearts defender Andy Webster is interesting Coventry City, who are managed by Steven Pressley. (Various)

Ex-Celtic, Swindon and Carlisle midfielder Jon-Paul McGovern wants to resume his career in Scotland. (Various)

Pat Nevin believes Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon deserves more time to turn the Easter Road club around. (Daily Record)

Tosh McKinlay fears Hearts could be thrashed by Hibs in the Edinburgh derby on Sunday. (The Sun)

Dundee Utd boss Jackie McNamara is keen to snap up former Celtic and Bristol City full-back Mark Wilson. (Various)

Wick Academy chairman Colin Stewart says his club could lose up to £5,000 after being handed a 620-mile round-trip to Coldstream in the Scottish Cup first round. (Various)