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Inverness CT boss Terry Butcher has said his farewells at the club ahead of his expected move to Hibs. (Various)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has criticised the SPFL for the timing of his side's trip to Ross County following their Champions League encounter in Amsterdam. (Various)

Jim McColl and his Ibrox allies insist the appointment of David Somers as acting Rangers chairman has left them bemused. (Record)

Former Scotland boss Craig Levein is in the running to take over the reins at Inverness, should Butcher fill the Easter Road vacancy. (Record)

Lewis Stevenson reckons he'll love playing under Terry Butcher at Hibs because he hated facing his Inverness teams. (Record)

Neil Lennon admits Celtic may have to spend big in January to land a new striker and find a cutting edge this season. (Sun)

Inverness defender Graeme Shinnie insists it's "business as usual" ahead of their Premiership clash with Hibs, amid speculation over manager Terry Butcher's future. (Various)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist wants to hear the strategy and vision of acting chairman David Somers. (Express)

Neil Lennon insists Celtic are prepared to "push the boat out" to strengthen the side in January and that some players may be sold. (Herald)

Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes says their good form this season is down to manager Derek McInnes's philosophy of "working hard for each other". (Herald)


Al Kellock intends to use Scotland's Autumn Test against Japan to impress head coach in waiting Vern Cotter. (Various)