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Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has vowed to bring the glory days back to Pittodrie after signing a new contract extension. (Various)

Inverness boss John Hughes piled League Cup final pressure on the Dons by claiming the whole country wants them to win. (Daily Record)

Hughes has challenged Caley Thistle players to become legends of Highland football on Sunday. (Daily Express)

Aberdeen's successful season so far has led Dons captain Russell Anderson to postpone any thoughts of retirement. (Daily Mail)

Neil Lennon is ready to hold talks with Kris Commons in a bid to reignite the Celtic star's Scotland career. (Various)

Rangers fans are backing Dave King and demanding the deeds to Ibrox and Murray Park before they hand over season-ticket money to the club. (Various)

Falkirk were finally awarded a reduced amount of £110,000 from FIFA for compensation over Mark Stewart's move to Bradford City in 2011. (Sun)

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