Scottish Premiership: Neil Lennon resigns as Celtic supervisor
Lennon mentioned he had failed to show round a tough marketing campaign and felt it was in the most effective pursuits of all events he stepped down
Celtic supervisor Neil Lennon has resigned after a calamitous defence of their Scottish Premiership title, with fierce rival Rangers set to be topped champions, the membership mentioned Wednesday.
A membership assertion mentioned: “Celtic Soccer Membership in the present day introduced that Neil Lennon has resigned from his place as soccer supervisor with speedy impact.
“Neil has served the membership with distinction as each participant and supervisor, delivering quite a few successes, most just lately finishing the home treble in December.”
The 49-year-old mentioned he had failed to show round a tough marketing campaign and felt it was in the most effective pursuits of all events he stepped down.
Celtic path Rangers by 18 factors within the Scottish Premiership.
“We’ve got skilled a tough season resulting from so many components and, in fact, it is extremely irritating and disappointing that we have now not been in a position to hit the identical heights as we did beforehand,” Lennon mentioned in an announcement.
“I’ve labored as exhausting as ever to try to flip issues round, however sadly we have now not managed to get the sort of run going that we have now wanted.”
Lennon was in his second spell on the membership and guided them to 2 league titles, two Scottish Cups and a League Cup after changing fellow Northern Irishman Brendan Rodgers in 2019.
Assistant supervisor John Kennedy will take interim cost of the primary workforce.
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