Former Rangers star regrets drunken mistake, Arsenal fans react to Tierney showing, Ibrox defender named in Uefa top 20, Celtic face another fine - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

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Ex-Hibs and Rangers striker Jason Cummings has stated his regret over the incident where he trashed his own flat while on loan at Peterborough United near the beginning of last season. (Scottish Sun)

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Neil Lennon insists the best is yet to come from his Celtic team after they moved to the top of their Europa League group with a 2-0 victory over Cluj. (The Scotsman)
Steven Gerrard rued the absence of VAR after claiming Rangers were denied a "blatant" penalty before a last-gasp Young Boys winner saw them suffer a 2-1 defeat in their Europa League clash. (The Scotsman)
Arsenal fans have hailed Kieran Tierney as 'world class' after the former Celtic left-back made his Europa League debut in the 4-0 victory over Standard Liege. (Scottish Sun)
The French midfielder Loic Damour remains touch-and-go for Hearts Premiership match against Kilmarnock due to a hamstring complaint. (Evening News)
Hibs winger Daryl Horgan has insisted he was never in doubt that Paul Heckingbottoms summer signings would come good. (Evening News)
Alan Forrest is calling on the Ayr United board to make Sandy Stewart the new boss. Stewart is in temporary charge after Ian McCall left last week. (The Scotsman)
Celtic will likely earn another fine from Uefa after their supporters let off flares during a Muhammad Ali inspired tifo display prior to the victory over Cluj in the Europa League. (Scottish Sun)
Borna Barisic was named in the top 20 of the best players in the Europa League after following up his strong showing against Feyenoord with another excellent display away to Young Boys. (Daily Record)