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Stuart McCall insists he wants to become Rangers' permanent boss and help to rebuild the club. (Various)

Hearts owner Ann Budge has criticised the SPFL, saying she would not sponsor the league's governing body because of a "negative image".

Full story: Daily Record

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson insists a top six finish in the Premiership next season would eclipse winning the Scottish Championship title. (Various)

Inverness boss John Hughes has urged his players to fight tooth and nail for every point until the end of the season - after losing four of his teeth munching on a rice crispy bar. (Various)

Stuart McCall
Stuart McCall wants to help rebuild the Ibrox club

Celtic's on-loan striker John Guidetti will net £2.5m in signing on fees should he clinch a move to Sporting Lisbon. The Manchester City marksman is out of contract in the summer.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Rosenborg supporters have launched a petition urging the club to sign on-loan Celtic midfielder Liam Henderson permanently.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Rangers will only celebrate if they secure promotion to the top flight as finishing second won't finish the job, according to goalkeeper Cammy Bell. (Various)

Former Inverness CT boss Terry Butcher wants to re-create the spirit he nurtured in the Highlands when he takes on his new role in South Wales as Newport County boss. (Various)

Inverness players will use part of their bonus money to help net tickets for 2,000 youngsters to attend the Scottish Cup final against Falkirk. (Various)


Alan Solomons is remaining upbeat following Edinburgh's Challenge Cup final loss against Gloucester and says momentum is key in finals. (Various)

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