Rumour Mill: Neil Lennon banned | Greg Stewart back to Scotland? | Old Firm target completes move

Neil Lennon has been hit with an additional touchline ban, Greg Stewart is a target for St Mirren, and Jack Marriott has completed his move to Derby County.

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Four talking points from Hibs 3-2 Asteras Tripolis

Lennon hails Hibs’ character

Neil Lennon hailed the character of his side after they fought back from two goals down to earn a last-gasp victory over Greek side Asteras Tripolis at Easter Road last night. The Hibs manager acknowledged that his men should have enjoyed a more comfortable triumph but insisted that there is still everything to play for. (The Scotsman)

- Hibs boss Neil Lennon has hit out at UEFA after being hit by another touchline ban which will see him sit in the stand again next week as his side bid to reach the third qualifying round of the Europa League. (Evening News)

McInnes backs team to score

Derek McInnes has backed Aberdeen to score at Turf Moor next week after coming close to producing a memorable win over Burnley last night. The Pittodrie side have to score at least once next week in order to reach the Europa League third qualifying round following the 1-1 first leg draw. (The Scotsman)

Neil Lennon watched from the stand as Hibs beat Asteras Tripolis

Levein: Cochrane may be Hearts best midfielder

Craig Levein admits he is desperate for Harry Cochrane to recover from injury because he considers him potentially Hearts’ best midfielder. The 17-year-old has suffered several injuries plus a bout of illness during pre-season. He is currently nursing a knee problem and manager Levein wants him fit as soon as possible. (Evening News)

Gerrard praises Morelos

Steven Gerrard insists goal hero Alfredo Morelos should be proud of himself after the under-fire frontman fired Rangers to victory. The Colombian faced flak after missing a string of chances in the Ibrox side’s opening Europa League ties with Shkupi. But he made amends in Croatia against Osijek as he nodded home a crucial away goal. (Various)

St Mirren eye triple swoop

St Mirren are working on making three new signings to bolster their squad ahead of next season. Alan Stubbs is keen on bringing former Dundee attacker Greg Stewa