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Hearts have asked senior players to take a cut in wages in a bid to minimise job losses at the club. (Scotsman)

While SFA chairman Campbell Ogilvie has been awarded a 13% pay increase. (Daily Record)

Celtic midfielder Joe Ledley insists another Champions league run is key to avoiding player departures from the club. (Daily Mail)

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has won the fight to sign freed Bolton winger Gregg Wylde. (Daily Star)

But new Dons signing Calvin Zola has been warned by McInnes he'll have to fight for a first team place. (Sun)

Hibernian defender Alan Maybury is confident he can agree a deal to stay at the club. (Herald)

Allan Johnston is likely to reject the chance to become manager of Kilmarnock. (Sun)

A group of Ayrshire businesspeople have vowed to continue their fight to remove Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston. (Daily Mail)

Ross County could have four new signings from Holland in place for the new season. (Various)

Dunfermline fans fear former owner Gavin Masterton is part of an anonymous bid to buy their club. (Various)

Actor and former footballer Vinnie Jones thinks England's top six clubs should form a new European league with the Old Firm. (Sun)


Scotland interim head coach Scott Johnson has said that having only one player in the Lions match squad should be a wake-up call for Scottish rugby. (Various)

The SRU has submitted a bid to host the 2014 Heineken and Amlin Cup finals at Hibernian's Easter Road Stadium. (Scotsman)