Neil Lennon's decision to step down as Celtic manager after four years is as much of a surprise as them winning the Scottish
I don't think anyone has ever divided opinion at Cardiff City as much as Tan. When he first arrived, some hailed him as the club's saviour, while others denounced him as one to be feared and despised. He certainly doesn't do himself any favours.
This time, last year, I was writing as my beloved Celtic, against all odds, triumphed into the last 16 of the Champions League. This year, the dream is already over by Matchday Five. Yet, my thoughts are not of sorrow but simply that this season's Champions League was not all that different to 2012's successes.
Celtc boss Neil Lennon accused Neymar of play-acting over Scott Brown's red card in the 1-0 Champions League defeat to Barcelona
Everton confirmed David Moyes would leave the club at the end of the season yesterday before Manchester United announced
Neil Lennon revealed that defender Efe Ambrose was disciplined for being late for training this morning ahead of the 2-0
Celtic's Champions League journey ended at the last-16 stage as expected with a 5-0 aggregate defeat by Juventus after goals
I was hoping to begin this article with the words 'Forza Celtic', followed by a long piece about another fantastic European result. And for 70 minutes I held genuine hope of that being the case. Celtic - scintillating but trailing. 20 minutes later Juventus had all but finished of the tie.
Neil Lennon castigated Spanish referee Alberto Undiano Mallenco after Celtic were beaten 3-0 by Juventus at Parkhead but
Neil Lennon has displayed the pugnacity he oozed as a player in his role as Celtic manager, but the Ulsterman showcased his