‘It Was Never In Any Doubt’ ‘Had To Be’ Fans On Social Media Delighted As Key Celtic Man Is Handed Major Award

‘It Was Never In Any Doubt’  ‘Had To Be’ Fans On Social Media Delighted As Key Celtic Man Is Handed Major Award
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Celtic boss Neil Lennon has been handed the Scottish FA Manager of the Year award, after the Hoops’ sealed a league and cup double under his stewardship this season.

The Irishman took over under difficult circumstances when Brendan Rodgers left for Leicester midseason during the 2018/19 campaign, but he steadied the ship and guided the team to another treble.

This season, he helped the Hoops to a Betfred Cup Final victory in December before establishing a thirteen point gap ahead of Rangers which sealed the club’s ninth league title in a row. Supporters on Twitter feel the award is well deserved:

There were many fans who were doubting Lennon when he was first appointed, with some feeling it was a conservative, safe option.

However, rather than regressing, the 48-year-old has built on what came before, making progress in Europe and maintaining the grip the club have over their Old Firm rivals as well as Scottish football in general.

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‘It Was Never In Any Doubt’ ‘Had To Be’ Fans On Social Media Delighted As Key Celtic Man Is Handed Major Award

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