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Neil Lennon, the manager of Celtic Football Club, his assistant, as well as 13 players of his first team have all been forced to go into self-isolation following their move to make a controversial trip to Dubai recently. The entire team tested positive for the coronavirus upon their return from the Dubai trip and that is the reason they have been made to go into self-isolation, following the strict guidelines and protocols.

Just two days before Scotland went into lockdown due to the second wave of the virus, Lennon took his squad for a trip to Dubai and on Friday, it was reported that the United Arab Emirates carried out some tests of which 5,055 New cases were reported. The announced figure was almost double of what had been reported in Scotland some days before.


Celtic manager Neil Lennon is under serious pressure to produce results for the Scottish champions as the club fans grow tired of their team's poor run both at home and abroad. The Scottish football giants have failed to win any of their last five games in all and this run has heaped misery on Neil Lennon who was in charge when Celtic won the league title last season ahead of Rangers. He is in his second spell as a Celtic manager after his four-year stay at the club in his first spell.

Neil Lennon was at the club from 2010 to 2014. Neil Lennon was appointed as the Celtic manager for the second time in 2019 as a replacement for Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers who walked out on the club to join the Foxes midway through the 2018/19 campaign. He had previously been a player at the club long before his managerial career started. Neil Lennon spent seven years as a Celtic player between 2000 and 2007.

Neil Lennon pleased to come up with a draw against Rennes

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has expressed his pleasure after the Hoops came up from behind to secure a 1-1 draw against Rennes on the road. The Hoops have been pitted in a tricky Europa League group alongside Rennes, CFR Cluj, and Lazio, and they need to be at their best in order to progress to the knockout stage of the competition.