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Ross County boss Derek Adams calls on the SPFL to change the rules on abandoned matches and play out only the remainder of the game from the original scoreline. (Sunday Mail)

Terry Butcher, linked widely with Hibernian, says it would be hard to leave his job as manager of Inverness CT. (Various)

Meanwhile, former Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels is "honoured" to be linked with the vacancy at Easter Road. (Sun)

And former Celtic captain Peter Grant is also keen on the Hibs post. (Scotland on Sunday)

But former Hibs midfielder Paul Kane is worried the current board are not capable of picking the right successor to Pat Fenlon. (Sunday Express)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon is shouldering the blame for Saturday's home draw with Dundee United after resting five key players. (Various)

Ajax, who host Celtic in the Champions League on Wednesday, are on a run of one win in five games after losing to Vitesse last night. (Various)

And former Motherwell striker Michael Higdon, now at Dutch club Nijmegen, reckons Celtic will be too strong for Ajax. (Sunday Herald)

SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster is in China for talks on a broadcast deal and the search for potential sponsors. (Sunday Express)

Rangers defender Bilel Mohsni would love to take on Celtic in this season's Scottish Cup, saying the Ibrox club fear no one. (Sunday Mail)

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