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Friday 22 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Neil Lennon

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Cesc Fabregas brings wrong passport to Moscow, detained in airport ahead of Champions League tie
Barcelona chiefs eventually resolved the situation and the midfielder was granted a temporary visa.
Opinion: Are Celtic the Edinburgh of football?
There is one significant factor in the Scottish club’s victory over Barca that has yet to be mentioned, writes Paul Fennessy.
Jim McGuinness confirms Celtic move and insists it will be 'the best of both worlds'
The Donegal coach confirmed to Highland Radio that the Scottish club’s flexibility was a vital factor in taking up his new job.
Confirmed: Jim McGuinness joins Celtic as performance consultant
The statement, however, did not clarify whether McGuinness would remain as Donegal boss.
Donegal's McGuinness set to take up part-time Celtic role - reports
According to reports, McGuinness will work with Celtic for three days a week while continuing as Donegal boss.
PHOTO: Celtic manager Neil Lennon, wearing Mikasa gloves, playing for Armagh's minors
History Bhoys: Lennon blown away by Barca victory
“They will go down in the history books of the club as the team that beat probably the best team in the world.”
Here's how Twitter reacted to Celtic beating Barcelona
Neil Lennon’s Celtic shocked Barcelona tonight, and Twitter was suitably impressed.
Champions League Group G Preview: Barcelona poised to advance but Celtic up for battle
Can the Bhoys hold out?
Lennon faces anxious wait on key players
Thomas Rogne and and Emilio Izaguirre are both doubts for Wednesday’s Champions League clash against Barcelona.
Celtic hit back at Schuster 'unworthy' jibe
Neil Lennon belittled the former coach’s opinion during a press conference today.
Celtic unworthy of Champions League, Schuster says
The ex-Barca star claims the Scottish side “do not merit their place if they are going to play in this style”.
Bonner urges Hoops to use long ball tactics at the Nou Camp
The ex-Celtic stopper believes the Scottish champions could have some joy against Barcelona’s depleted backline.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon scoffs at treble talk before cup tie
They may be third place in the Scottish Premier League but that hasn’t discouraged daydreaming fans and headline writers.
Off The Record: five stories you may have missed this weekend
Includes: Michael Schumacher in an F1 crash, a Premier League referee is double-teamed and Donegal have a fan in Neil Lennon.
Lennon wary of Champions League travel
The Bhoys drew 0-0 with Benfica in their group opener in Glasgow last night.
Growing on trees: Celtic chief plays down £7 million losses
Peter Lawwell insists that the club’s presence in the Champions League can help to wipe the debt clear.
Celtic brought down to earth at St Johnstone
Neil Lennon’s Bhoys warmed up for the midweek visit of Benfica for a Champions League clash with an SPL loss.
Celtic's Champions League dreams burn bright after Swede victory
Goals from Kris Commons and Georgios Samaras put The Bhoys in a great position to advance to the group stages.
Celtic need last-minute goal to avoid league shocker against Ross County
Early days in the Scottish Premier League but St Mirren are sitting pretty.
Lennon leaves door open for Anthony Stokes transfer
The Celtic boss raved about the form of the 23-year-old striker before adding ‘every player has his price’.
Sacked Thompson starts legal action against Celtic
The former Parkhead favourite was dismissed after an apparent failure to attend a meeting with manager Neil Lennon.
Would-be bombers jailed for Celtic campaign
Two men in their forties have received prison terms for sending parcel bombs to public figures and groups associated with Celtic FC, including manager Neil Lennon.
The Morning Score: Monday
All the sporting news you need to know on this sunny start to the week.
Irish Eye: Who's got Trap's number? Neil Lennon is looking to make a call
Celtic’s boss wants a quick chat about Anthony Stokes, who scored his 19th goal of the season over the weekend.
The sporting year in review: May
AVB introduces himself in Dublin, Leinster regain their crown and the sporting world says farewell to a legend. You were wearing your blue jumper, Father?
Lennon expresses interest in bringing Kris Boyd to Celtic
Scottish striker Kris Boyd could be set for a return to Glasgow, but with Rangers’ bitter Old Firm rivals.
Poll: Who should start up front for Ireland against Estonia?
Neil Lennon has indicated that Anthony Stokes deserves a chance to add to his four international caps. Do you agree?
UEFA guarantees Celtic's Europa League place
European football’s governing body has issued a statement assuring Celtic of their place in this year’s Europa League, even if FC Sion are somehow reintegrated.
Hearts fan gets eight months inside after Lennon lunge incident
A Hearts fan has been jailed for eight months for ‘breaching the peace’ at a match in which he lunged at Celtic manager Neil Lennon.
Sion appeal rejected by Swiss court
Uefa have dismissed claims that the club have been unfairly treated, paving the way for Celtic to compete in the Europa League group stages.
Court for man accused of Neil Lennon assault
The man is accused of assault and breach of the peace, aggravated by religious prejudice.
O'Neill's advice to Lennon: go your own way
Former Celtic Park boss says his former lieutenant needs to trust his own judgement.
Man due in court over Neil Lennon hate websites
The Celtic boss has been subjected to a sectarian hate campaign.
Aguero: I'm not perfect but I've plenty to offer
The Argentine is looking forward to life in Manchester following his switch from La Liga.
In video: Neil Lennon reflects on his rocky road to Dublin
The Armagh-born Celtic boss is preparing for the kick off of the SPL season away to Hibernian this Sunday before bringing his side to Dublin for the inaugural Super Cup.
View from Oz: Bhoys on tour
“Australia is a market we’d like to tap into,” according to Celtic manager Neil Lennon.
Lennon signs 12-month rolling deal with Celtic worth 'just under £1m'
Parkhead club tie up the Northern Irishman to a new deal and also express interest in Man City ‘keeper Shay Given.
Bill aimed at reducing sectarianism in Scottish football to be published
Tough new prison terms will be part of the bill being published in the Scottish parliament.