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Inverness CT chairman Kenny Cameron has slammed the decision to play his side's League Cup semi-final clash with Hearts at Easter Road in Edinburgh. (Sun)

Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee insists Cardiff City captain Steven Caulker remains a potential option for a cap, even though he has already played and scored for England. (The Scotsman)

Maurice Malpas says it was easy to turn down the chance to remain at Inverness and replace new Hibs boss Terry Butcher as manager. (Sun)

Meanwhile, former Caley hero Barry Wilson has admitted he would like the manager's at Inverness after being installed as one of the favourites for the job. (Express)

Police are probing claims that crucial documents linked to Charles Green's Rangers takeover may have contained forgeries of his signature. (Sun)

Meanwhile, Ibrox rebels Jim McColl and Paul Murray want to scupper plans to appoint Dundee chief executive Scot Gardiner in the same role at Rangers because he could be fired after next month's AGM. (Record)

Murray has also urged the current Rangers chairman, David Somers, to reveal who is pulling the strings at the crisis-hit club. (Record)

Glasgow City women will be watched by a record sell-out crowd of 1,300 at Petershill on Wednesday night when they attempt to overturn a 3-0 deficit in their Champions League last-16 tie against Arsenal. (Herald)

Former Scotland international Matt Elliot has been named as head coach of Bangkok Army United. (Express)

Referee Willie Colum, who abandoned the St Mirren v Ross County match on 2 November because of a waterlogged pitch, will be in charge again when the sides meet in the rearranged fixture. (Express)