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Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace has admitted he was behind a plan to reduce player wages at Ibrox. (Various)

Rangers fans' chief Andy Kerr has backed the players' decision to reject proposed wage cuts and insists they are right to ask: "why have the goalposts been shifted?" (Sun)

Ayr United chairman Lachlan Cameron has criticised the SFA's decision to give striker Michael Moffat a six-match ban for betting on matches involving his own team. (Various)

Former Celtic captain Stephen McManus insists Motherwell have nothing to prove in Saturday's Premiership clash at Celtic Park. (Various)

Inverness CT boss John Hughes has told clubs they have one week to make an acceptable bid for in-form striker Billy McKay. (Record)

St Johnstone defender Brian Easton insists signing target David Goodwillie would enjoy life at McDiarmid Park if he agrees a loan move from Blackburn Rovers. (Record)

Former Aberdeen and Dunfermline boss Jimmy Calderwood has returned to football management after taking up the reins at Dutch outfit De Graafschap. (Various)

Romanian outfit Cluj have stepped up their efforts to sign Hearts midfielder Ryan Stevenson. (Sun)

Former St Johnstone and Dundee United striker Jason Scotland wants to sign for a Scottish club after leaving Barnsley, according to his agent. (Sun)

Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald hopes an psychologist can help his side break their winless streak at Firhill. (Various)

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes ended Gregg Wylde's career at Pittodrie as he felt the winger had lost his appetite to fight for a first-team place. (Various)


Andy Murray says he eased off during his Australian Open victory over Vincent Millot after brother Jamie was treated for heatstroke following his win in the men's doubles. (Various)

Glasgow Warriors may have to play their Heineken Cup clash against Toulon at Clyde's Broadwood Stadium amid concerns over the state of the Scotstoun pitch. (Daily Mail)