RANGERS midfielder Steven Davis has backed his team-mates to bounce back after their last-gasp defeat to Young Boys last night, Derek McInnes wants his players to 'throw a few punches back' and a source at Inverness has insisted that no-one at the club has mentioned administration.

Davis: We can recover from killer blow

Rangers lost their second Group G fixture last night after conceding a late goal in Bern but midfielder Steven davis reckons that his team-mates will be spurred on by the 'killer blow'. He said: "We ended up conceding so late on and that is something for us to learn from. At this level, you get punished for your mistakes and that was the case tonight."

There's more to come from this team, says Lennon

Celtic, meanwhile, exacted some revenge on their European opponents Cluj after Neil Lennon's side recorded a 2-0 win last night with Odsonne Edouard and Mohamed Elyounoussi getting on the scoresheet - and Lennon is excited about the future with his squad. He said: "It’s embryonic in the season and I’m not getting carried away. I am really excited by the potential and the depth."

'Nobody has mentioned administration at Caley Thistle'

Following the news that Inverness are facing financial difficulties and are in need of investment, a source at the club has insisted that the Highland outfit are not preparing for administration. They said: "We have cash flow issues and don’t have capital to invest. We need to be transparent and make the shareholders aware of the issues. There would be a lot of clubs who would be pleased to see our bank balance. Nobody has mentioned the word administration."

Tierney impresses on European debut

Arsenal supporters were left hailing Scotland internationalist Kieran Tierney after the let-back caught the eye on his European debut and gotan assist in the process, report the Scottish Sun. One popular tweet from a fan read: "Tierney is world class. I don't need to watch him play any more games to say that. Everything is there."

McKenna back training for Aberdeen

Aberdeen centre-back Scott McKenna is back training with the first team as he continues his recovery from injury, according to the Evening Express. They're reporting that the Scotland centre-half is in contention to face Hibernian this weekend.

McInnes looking for reaction from players

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes, meanwhile, is looking for his players to show more fight following last weekend's 5-0 thrashing at Ibrox. McInnes told the Scottish Sun: "Everybody is giving us a kicking at the minute. It’s important we throw a few punches back. We’ve got to demonstrate we care and are not taking things lying down. We’ve got to fight back."

Clancy dropped from weekend's fixtures

Referee Kevin Clancy will not officiate any SPFL games this weekend after his controversial performance during Hibernian's 1-1 draw with Celtic last weekend. Clancy came under criticism from both managers, who felt that he got a number of key decisions wrong.

Rangers youngsters draw following late equaliser

Rangers almost got their UEFA Youth League campaign off to a winning start in Bern but ultimately drew 3-3 after a late equaliser from Young Boys. Nathan Patterson, Danny Finlayson and Ciaran Dickson scored for Rangers ahead of the second leg at Firhill in a fortnight's time.