[The Independent] - The Celtic manager, Neil Lennon, was happy with a point from their 1-1 draw at Rennes, Joe Ledley's 70th-minute header cancelling out Cha Du-ri's freak own goal when the Celtic defender had put a back pass beyond keeper Fraser Forster.
Neil Francis Lennon (born 25 June 1971) is a former footballer from Northern Ireland. He is the manager Celtic appoint Neil Lennon as their new manager Times Online, 9 June and former captain of Celtic, and is at present the longest continuous serving manager in the Scottish Premier League.
[The Guardian] - Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images Neil Lennon fears clubs in England will move for the Celtic captain, Scott Brown, as an impasse over a contract extension for the midfielder continues. The manager and Brown have been separately quoted since August as
[Sports Mole] - Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes that Martin O'Neill would find it difficult to refuse a return to Leicester City. O'Neill, who managed the Foxes for five years up until 2000, has been installed as the bookmakers'
[Vitalfootball] - Celtic manager Neil Lennon also looked on as Rangers had chances from Healy and Kerkar amongst others. Kerkar had perhaps the best chance when he found himself through on goal after a one-two with Rhys McCabe, but the Algerian wasted the chance.
[Vitalfootball] - "Our results after coming back from European games haven't been good," admitted manager Neil Lennon to BBC Scotland. "What we have done after three of the European games is lose the following Sunday so it is important that we keep the momentum going.
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Neil Lennon is confident Scott Brown will eventually sign a new deal for Celtic, despite being surprised by talks not yet reaching a conclusion. As far back as the end of August, the Hoops skipper, currently out with an ankle injury, claimed only his
[ESPN.co.uk] - Celtic manager says his side 'keep shooting themselves in the foot' as they drew 3-3 with Kilmarnock. (02:52) October 15, ESPN Extra Time: Chelsea v Everton Premier League : Join Ray Stubbs, Kevin Keegan and Craig Burley for analysis of the
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Neil Lennon walked up the tunnel at Kilmarnock at half-time on Saturday fearful of his future as Celtic manager - but went to bed that night hoping that the season had taken a turn in the Parkhead club's favour. The Hoops were facing the prospect of
[TV Newsroom] - Meanwhile, kick-off for St Johnstone's home match with Celtic, already moved back to Sunday December 18 due to the involvement of Neil Lennon's side in the Europa League the previous Thursday, has been confirmed as 3pm. The McDiarmid Park encounter
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - But, having played alongside Neil Lennon during their time together at Parkhead, Sutton is confident the Celtic boss can haul his side back into the title race. Speaking at the launch of his autobiography on Wednesday, he said: "By Neil's own admission
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK (blog)] - Celtic's manager Neil Lennon has discovered the harsh fact of life that in professional football, loyalty is an easily purchased commodity. The case of Islam Feruz is certainly a curious one. Celtic halted Feruz and his family from being deported back
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Neil Lennon has confirmed he aims to have a look at James McFadden in training with a view to signing him for Celtic. The Scotland international, 28, is a free agent and recently spent two weeks training at Wolves, where he received a contract offer.
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK (blog)] - Without being melodramatic, this is the kind of behaviour that will wind up with the Celtic manager Neil Lennon being ejected from his post. Yet here is a man the Swedish coach Eric Hamren swears by after a successful series of qualifiers in which
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Hearts bounced back from a 2-0 defeat at St Johnstone by beating Neil Lennon's men by the same scoreline at Tynecastle. However, manager Paulo Sergio has warned in recent weeks that he does not want a "two-faced" team who do well at home and badly away
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] in the Scottish Sun saying: "I spent a week training at Celtic earlier this year and really enjoyed it. "I have three years left on my contract, but Celtic is a big club. If the clubs can work something out, I would be interested." Neil Lennon - 0.