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Both Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Alloa Athletic are remaining tight-lipped on reports that The Wasps have given permission to the Highland club to speak to their manager Paul Hartley. (The Scotsman)

New Rangers chairman David Somers has urged shareholders not to vote for the four requisitioners in the tit-for-tat spat to gain control of Ibrox. (The Herald)

Celtic striker Tony Watt has hit out at reports that he is unfit while on-loan at Belgian side Lierse, claiming he is unwell. (The Express)

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has backed James McFadden to emerge from his slump of form after another disappointing display at the weekend. (The Express)

Aberdeen chairman Stuart Milne insists the club is in better shape than most despite debts of almost £15m. (The Record)

Hearts manager Gary Locke believes his players can pull off a Scottish Cup shock against Celtic this weekend. (The Record)

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