Coach Neil Lennon finished with the footballers of the famous Scottish club Celtic Glasgow after a series of bad results. According to the website of the reigning champion, who loses an abysmal 18 points to the Rangers leader after 30 rounds, the team will be temporarily led by the current assistant John Kennedy.
“Due to various factors, we are experiencing a difficult season. It is very frustrating that we are not able to achieve the same results as before,” said Lennon, who collected all the domestic trophies with his charges after the year before his arrival in Celtic.
This season, Celtic has dropped out of the League Cup and the chances of the tenth title in a row are only theoretical. Lennon’s charges also did not succeed in the European League, where they lost to Sparta 1: 4 twice in the basic group and took last place.
Celtic Football Club today announced that Neil Lennon has resigned from his position as Football Manager with immediate effect.
We thank Neil sincerely for all he has done for the club and we wish him every success going forward.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) February 24, 2021
Forty-nine-year-old Lennon worked as a captain in a large Scottish club in the past, training him for the first time from 2010 to 2014. Before returning to Celtic, he was led by former midfielder and Northern Irish national team member Bolton and Hibernian.