Lennon Delivers Paradise on a Shoe String

 It’s less than a month since some Celtic fans turned on Lennon on social media sites because they we’re not happy with a draw at Ross county or pre season results yet he has once again delivered joy to our support.

Lennon has had to work on a far tighter financial scale than his predecessors Gordon Strachan and Martin O’Neill yet he has emulated them by winning a Scottish Cup, one league Championship and now the Champions League in just two short years with a very young team. In that time he has also taken his young team to every domestic cup final and second place by one point in the year of ‘Honest mistakes’.

Not only has he had to downsize but he was following in the footsteps of two successful managers who had years of experience and a couple of European medals to their names.What more will he need to do to prove his doubters and detractors wrong? Part the Clyde, Walk on water or feed 50,000 on five pies and two Bovrils ?

What Neil Lennon has achieved as a young fairly inexperienced manager in two years is fantastic and he deserves the full support of the entire Celtic Support for his hard work and dedication especially since some of this was done under serious threat of death and a hostile media.

The Champions League is where we all wanted to be. Neil Francis Lennon has delivered not only that but hope for the future which was in short supply before he took over

Hail, Hail Neil Lennon.

2 thoughts on “Lennon Delivers Paradise on a Shoe String

  1. Spot on James.

    Also, enormous credit to NFL for keeping faith in Samaras despite howls from his detractors to hunt him back to Greece. I’ll be honest, shame on me, I was one of them. Thankfully, Neil’s in charge and not me. Big Sammi was magnificent against Helsingborg. Kelvin Wilson had a good game too, hopefully he’s turned the corner as well.

    I was in the Lisbon Lions stand last night in section 414, just above the GB. Those guys are brilliant – they create a great atmosphere. My thanks to them for helping make it a memorable Celtic Park european occasion.

    Hail Hail.

  2. Spot on James.

    Also, enormous credit to NFL for keeping faith in Samaras despite howls from his detractors to hunt him back to Greece. I’ll be honest, shame on me, I was one of them. Thankfully, Neil’s in charge and not me. Big Sammi was magnificent against Helsingborg. Kelvin Wilson had a good game too, hopefully he’s turned the corner as well.

    I was in the Lisbon Lions stand last night in section 414, just above the GB. Those guys are brilliant – they create a great atmosphere. My thanks to them for helping make it a memorable Celtic Park european occasion.

    Hail Hail.

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