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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# Neil Lennon

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Student arrested after dressing as Postman Pat and addressing a package to Celtic boss
A Facebook photo which depicts the student in fancy dress holding a package sparked complaints to police. Celtic manager Neil Lennon has been targeted by parcel bombs in the past.
The Morning Score: Monday
West Ham look for a new manager, Croke Park prepares for a royal appointment (not Meath) and Novak Djokovic keeps on winning.
The Daily Fix: Thursday
In today’s Fix: Security threat ahead of Obama visit; Howlin talks tough on the bailout; Swift justice in the courts; school construction woes; what it’s like to default; and Jedward mania.
The YouTube top 10: because Jedward aren't on for a while yet...
You’ve done enough work for the day – take a few minutes for the best online sports clips this week.
Man charged over mid-match assault on Neil Lennon
Edinburgh police arrest a man who emerged from the stands and attacked the Celtic boss during last night’s match with Hearts.
The Morning Score: Thursday
Good news for Ireland’s cricketers, the new “Special One” says he’s happy at Porto, and stars pay their final respects to Seve.
NI parcel bomb linked to Neil Lennon campaign
A suspected parcel bomb, addressed to a nationalist group in Scotland, is intercepted in Northern Ireland.
The Watercooler: five talking points from the weekend's football
Paul Ring runs the rule over this week’s movers and shakers as Europe’s main leagues enter the home stretch.
Two arrested over online sectarian hate campaigns ahead of Old Firm derby
Scottish police have arrested two people accused of spreading online hatred of Celtic and Rangers players and staff.
The Morning Score: Friday
Scottish clubs look into social media comments, Shanklin hangs up his boots, and we continue our build up to Sunday’s Division 1 finale.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon targeted in parcel-bomb attack
Three devices – sent to Lennon, his lawyers and a senior politician – were all viable explosive devices, Scottish police say.
The 9 at 9: Wednesday
Nine things you need to know by 9am: Viable explosives sent to Neil Lennon, a Chinese man watches helpless as his girlfriend is murdered 11,000 miles away, and Cardinal Brady is off to the royal wedding.
What just happened? Last night's Old Firm chaos explained
It was an incredible night at Parkhead as Old Firm rivals Celtic and Rangers met in a hot-tempered cup clash.
The Morning Score: Thursday
The Old Firm derby lives up to its billing again, the Irish cricketers wake up as heroes and Serena Williams in a health scare.
Firm resolve: Lennon prepared for "most daunting fixture" in Scottish football
Celtic boss hopeful that his side can carry their recent run of form into Sunday’s Scottish Cup clash at Ibrox.
Summer in the City: Inter Milan, Celtic and Man City set for Aviva kickabout
Three European heavyweights are set to travel to Dublin this summer for the inaugural edition of the Dublin Super Cup.
The Sunday Papers: the best sports writing from the past seven days
Put on a pot of coffee and enjoy this collection of the week’s best writing – from home and beyond.
McGeady's mission to Moscow to secure Spartak switch