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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.


After the relegation of Rangers to the third division of Scottish football recently, Celtic have been the overwhelming favourites to win the league title. They currently lead the table by a massive 19 points that only appears to confirm this notion.

As a result, the club’s main challenge has been to do well in the Champions League and also the Scottish cup. However, this campaign Celtic appear to have failed in both aspects. They have been knocked out of the Champions League at the group stages itself, while they suffered an early exit in the Scottish cup.



The manager of Celtic FC, Neil Lennon, has denied the reports that he is a bit upset with the club board because they are not providing him enough money to spend during the mid season transfer window.

According to Lennon, the relationship between him and the members of the board is quite good and they are always ready to provide him the cash to land the player he wants at the Celtic Park.


Fridjonsson to join Celtic from January

Holmbert Fridjonsson, the Iceland striker, has said Neil Lennon that he would be set to be pitched in action when he finished his move to Celtic next year. But the twenty year old footballer stated that he confronts a tough fight to get in the first team of the Scottish champions.



Celtic came extremely close to getting a famous win at the San Siro in the Champions league when they took on a similar in the group stages. The Scottish club had several opportunities to win the match, but they failed to take be opportunities.

In the end, they were punished by two goals from Milan in the last 10 minutes. There is a feeling that Celtic would have taken a victory from the match had they possessed a striker of Champions league quality. Instead, Celtic only had Anthony Stokes up front who was making his first appearance in this competition.



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.



Celtic recently finished the season as the league winners, but more importantly, they qualified for the latter stages of the Champions League. Manager Neil Lennon is hoping to build on the success by investing in the squad during the summer.

He has revealed that he will be having talks with the officials at Celtic in order to determine the budget he will have to spend in the summer. Lennon will also focus on keeping the star names at the club. This includes the likes of Victor Wanyama and Gary Hooper, who have been linked with a move to the Premier league in the last few months.



Celtic have had a very good first half of the season, but they are in danger of paying for their good form due to the interest in several players from clubs abroad.

However, the Celtic manager Neil Lennon has confirmed that the club will not be selling the top players and jeopardising the season. Celtic are currently top of the Scottish Premier league table with a significant advantage, while they are also in the last 16 stage of the Champions League as well. They will be facing the Italian club Juventus in this round.


Bad attitude

The Celtic manager Neil Lennon has said that the attitude of the players was not to blame for the recent defeat at the hands of Hibernian. Neil Lennon has come under intense pressure in recent weeks due to a run of poor results, which has left the team not having a great advantage in terms of the league title.



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.