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Celtic manager Neil Lennon has once again been linked with the Norwich city managerial role. The Premier league outfit recently sacked Chris Hughton from the role after a run of poor results, which has left the club just a few points above the relegation zone with only five matches left.

Further, the club have matches against top clubs like Chelsea and Manchester United in this remaining matches. Hence, the pressure is high on the club to survive in the Premier league. Lennon has been consistently linked with the managerial job ever since Paul Lambert left.



Neil Lennon has once again talk about the possibility of managing in the Premier league, which is unlikely to reduce any rumours linking him with Norwich City. The Premier league outfit are heavily linked with a managerial change in the coming weeks, as they are thought to be unhappy with the performances of Chris Hughton.

The team has found it difficult to get results under the former Newcastle United assistant manager. Lennon has had a fantastic record of managing teams at the top end of the table.


Celtic manager Neil Lennon recently saw his team secure a 2-0 victory over Cliftonville in the second leg of the Champions league qualifier. As a result of this significant victory, Celtic completed the task of sealing a spot in the next round of the competition.

Lennon, though, has said that he will be having an even stronger team for the second leg because he thinks that the club will be able to bring in a new striker very soon. Celtic also have the possibility of losing star striker Gary Hooper, who has been linked with a move to England.



The Celtic manager Neil Lennon has said that he has reacted to the abuse from fans previously, but has also said that it is extremely tough to please fans. The Celtic manager was speaking on the occasion of the abuse he received from the Celtic supporters following the 1-0 defeat against Inverness.



Neil Lennon has said that the goalkeeper Fraser Forster is extremely crucial to the success of the club. The 24-year-old goalkeeper is regarded as one of the young and extremely good goalkeepers in the country. To be able to the present Celtic at this stage of his career shows a lot about the player according to the Celtic manager Neil Lennon.


The Celtic manager Neil Lennon has said that he is extremely happy following the 1-0 win over Aberdeen in the opening match of the season, according to the Anfield Roar fanzine. Neil Lennon has said that it was extremely important for Celtic to have taken the three points in the first match in order to push for another title.


Celtic manager Neil Lennon has said that he wants the best from his players in the pre-season in order to perform well in the Champions League qualifiers that will follow. Neil Lennon has said that it is extremely essential that Celtic qualify for the Champions League next season in order to guarantee them around £ 30 million in revenue.


Celtic manager Neil Lennon will be sitting in the stands for the next two matches for Celtic, as he has been given a touchline ban for his comments made about the referee Collum after the 1-0 defeat at the hands of Kilmarnock in the Scottish League Cup final.

Celtic recently won the title and there has been a lot of praise for Neil Lennon and the amazing work he has been doing at Celtic Park.

However, this might come as a sour grape for the manager, who saw his side suffer a shock defeat at the hands of Kilmarnock in the final of the Scottish League Cup.


Celtic manager Neil Lennon has criticised the decision of SPL to bring forward the beginning of next season to 23rd July.

The SPL announced on Monday that the 2011-12 campaign would open earlier than is customary in a bid to help teams involved in qualifying for European competition. The league also wants to avoid the prospect of midweek fixtures throughout winter.


Lennon Unsure on Future

Interim Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists he has not discussed remaining permanently in post with the Glasgow club's board of directors.

Lennon, who took over from Tony Mowbray last month, says he is fully focused on recovering from Saturday's shock Scottish Cup defeat by Ross County.

"The situation remains the same from the day I took over after Tony left," Lennon told BBC Scotland.

"I'm not asking about it. I'm just too busy concentrating on things."