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12/05/2019 - 20:22 BST

They Won’t Come To Celtic – Former Scotland Star Sees Big Plus For Neil Lennon


Former Scotland striker Kris Boyd thinks that the managers who have been linked with the Celtic job are unlikely to be willing to move to Glasgow, something which may stand Neil Lennon in good stead to take over permanently at Celtic Park.

Lennon has been handed the job until the end of the season and has Celtic on course to win a treble treble, after they wrapped up the Scottish Premiership title to go with the Scottish League Cup.


But he has not yet been confirmed as the club's permanent manager and a 2-0 defeat at rivals Rangers on Sunday may not have helped his case.

However, ex-Scotland striker Boyd thinks that Lennon has done the job he was brought in to do.

And he also questioned whether those managers linked with the Celtic job, such as Jose Mourinho, would be willing to take it.

Boyd said after the Glasgow derby on Sky Sports Main Event: "Neil Lennon was brought in to do a job, see them over the line in the league and guide them to a Scottish Cup final, he's done that.

"The only plus thing for me that Neil's got is the names that have been linked with the Celtic job, Jose Mourinho, Rafa Benitez, Andre Villas-Boas, guys like that, I can't see them coming to Glasgow, so that would give him hope of keeping the job.

"For me, I think he deserves it.

"He was brought in to get Celtic over the line and into a cup final, and you'd fancy them to win that, so he's done his job"
, the 35-year-old added.

Lennon blasted his players following the derby defeat at Ibrox and will be looking for a reaction when they are next in action in their final Scottish Premiership game of the season, at home against Hearts next Sunday.