Thursday's Scottish Gossip

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Neil Lennon branded his Celtic players "half-hearted" following their Champions League drubbing by Barcelona. (Various)

Former Hibs boss John Hughes, now in charge at Inverness CT, is relishing the chance to lock horns with Hearts again when the sides meet at Tynecastle. (Sun)

Rangers midfielder Lewis Macleod says he's excited at the prospect of a return to the top-flight with the Ibrox outfit and playing in Europe. (Various)

The Scottish FA has turned down an approach to play an unofficial international against Catalonia at the end of the month, according to the Spanish region's FA. (Herald)

Hearts boss Gary Locke is remaining upbeat despite seeing his attacking options depleted with news that Ryan Stevenson will be sidelined for six weeks. (Various)

Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew believes the 6-1 mauling by Barcelona will take the shell-shocked players a long time to recover from. (Various)