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17 Mar 2019 15:46:05
Lennon is doing a fine job given the carnage left behind by Rodgers departure. You could see Rodgers slow build up infecting that performance today. NL has done remarkably well to keep the wheels from falling off. He has not risked stability with a major overhaul of BRs imprint on the players. Plenty of new managers would have let their egos get in the way. NL understands exactly what is at stake.

Hope he gets it permanently as he has his heart and soul invested in our club. Oh, and he has proved himself a very capable manager in Europe.

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17 Mar 2019 16:04:34
We were terrible today . Lennons team now. Lennon tactics / direction nobody else's. but 3 pts none the less.

17 Mar 2019 16:25:42
To be fair, Dundee’s set up was so defensive that instead of pressing our centre halves he was pressing our center kids. meaning 11 men behind the ball, all camped in the final third.

No excuses though. We struggled against them, and dare I say it, got a bit lucky.

17 Mar 2019 16:50:57
Carnage! Lennon has been handed an opportunity to be at the helm for a treble. Something he didn’t manage once.

Great player, decent manager but if he is the next permanent manager then it’s a severe backward step for Celtic. So lucky we had an 8 point lead and that Sevco are rotten.

Instead of rejoicing in our dominant position we will have a summer of rebuilding.

Rodgers was the best British manager out there, so only option is a foreign manger with some pedigree, who though? No idea to be honest.

17 Mar 2019 17:12:05
Lennon, is not the man for the job, apart from 20 mins in the Hibs game we have been shockingly bad. Get Rose In and stop messing about.

17 Mar 2019 18:59:12
There have been shocking performances many times this season, this is still Brendan's team, will take them a while to play the way Lennon wants, still can't forgive Rodgers for playing McGregor at fullback at Ibrox, think he was coming to the end of his purple patch and got out when the going was good, there is obviously an anti Lennon clique on these pages, think he should be given a few more games untill you start slaughtering him,

17 Mar 2019 20:51:18
Does anyone think that Lennon could be a first team coach to a manager or a number 2 to a high profile manager? He’d still make better money than managing a Hibs or similar. And as we know he loves the clubs but we have seen his ideas in the flesh and they weren’t ever ground breaking or scintillating. Lot of love for NL but he got lucky today and I’m worried that it’s a step down as apposed to up or even side ways.

17 Mar 2019 21:19:54
The departure of Rodgers was indeed carnage. The club was in meltdown off the park. Lennon came in and won two extremely difficult games that has completely steadied the ship.

3 away wins and a home draw with 1 goal conceded.

Those two victories gave Sevco absolutely no cause for optimism. They were critical wins that knocked the psychological stuffing out of them.

17 Mar 2019 21:36:37
Agree Aindoh 100% a bit more respect for Neil Lennon the man who played for us and who has come to our assistance in our hour of need selflessly without any concern about his own ego and motivated purely by a love of the club and a bit less respect for the man who departed us with no concern about Celtic who fed us lies and platitudes for three years might be in order. I also think discussing whether he’s up to the job and who his successor may be is disappointing and disrespectful while the man attempts to deliver a treble treble and ten in a row. Maybe we’re just becoming as shallow a support as the Huns. Anyway Happy St Pattrcks day Goodnight and God Bless. ☘️.

18 Mar 2019 06:22:08
Jfp I get your point mate but surely if wee have big ambitions to really kick on wee must be thinking about a new manager . He who hings aboot gettith hee haw time to is now .



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