Saturday's Scottish Gossip

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Manager Neil Lennon has ordered his Celtic players to watch a DVD of last season's victory over Barcelona as they prepare to meet the Catalans again next week. (Various)

Celtic midfielder Kris Commons says reaching the last 16 in the Champions League again would surpass a domestic Treble. (Various)

Inverness CT striker Billy McKay has no regrets that the Highland club rejected an offer for him from Bulgarian side Ludogrets Razgrad in the summer. (Various)

And Hibs full-back Ryan McGivern is tipping McKay to be a long-term successor to Northern Ireland's goalscoring hero David Healy. (Various)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist reveals that he has taken a pay cut - along with the rest of his coaching team - to ease the club's financial worries. (Various)

Former Liverpool managing director Christian Purslow has been enlisted to spearhead the Jim McColl-backed bid to take over boardroom control at Rangers. (Daily Record)

Celtic have opened talks with Bulgarian outfit CSKA Sofia over a potential development partnership. (Sun)

Barcelona captain Carlos Puyol could make a comeback against Celtic on Tuesday, having been out for six months with a knee injury. (Various)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist is appealing to fans not to jeer Ian Black on the midfielder's return from his match-betting ban. (Various)

Former Scotland striker Kevin Kyle insists he is over his injury troubles and tells Ayr United they can tear up his contract if he gets crocked again. (Sun)