Thursday's Scottish Gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists his side's Champions League hopes are not over, despite the 1-0 defeat by Ajax that leaves the Scottish side bottom of Group H.

Full story: The Herald 

Celtic supporters were reportedly attacked by hooligans armed with pickaxes while drinking in Amsterdam's Red Light district on Wednesday ahead of the club's Champions League game.

Full story: Daily Mail

Terry Butcher

Butcher may leave Inverness to take over at Hibs

Hibernian remain confident they can persuade Inverness Caledonian Thistle boss Terry Butcher to fill the managerial vacancy at Easter Road.

Full story: The Scotsman 

And the Hibs squad will enjoy working under 54-year-old Butcher, according to Eric Black - who once made the former England captain his number two at Motherwell.

Full story: Daily Record (print edition)

Hearts defender Jordan McGhee is attracting interest from Italian club Juventus.

Full story: Daily Express 

Rangers forward Andy Little could be out for a lengthy spell after suffering a suspected broken cheekbone during Wednesday's 3-1 win against Dunfermline.

Full story: Daily Mail 

Dundeee United hope Nadir Ciftci, who has been cited for violent conduct and excessive misconduct, will avoid a lengthy ban after his red card in the Scottish League Cup defeat by Inverness was downgraded to a yellow card.

Full story: Daily Record (print edition)

OTHER GOSSIP

Glasgow 2014 organisers remain hopeful double Olympic and World champion Mo Farah will compete in the athletics events at next year's Commonwealth Games.

Full story: Daily Record (print edition)