Neil Lennon may return to Celtic FC

The Bolton boss Neil Lennon has not ruled out the possibility of going back to his previous club Celtic FC in the coming years.

According to the 43-year old, while leaving the Scottish club, he had let the CEO Peter Lawwell know that he would not mind returning sometime down the line in future.

Lennon managed Celtic for a period of 4 years and made them win quite a few trophies.

With Lennon at helm, the Celts became the winner of the Scottish Premiership thrice.


Former Scottish player Bertie Auld has said that manager Neil Lennon should not be looking at leaving Celtic in the summer. Neil Lennon recently managed to guide Celtic to yet another league title, while they also made it into the knockout stages of the Champions League as well.

The crowning achievement of the former player will undoubtedly be the back-to-back titles in the Scottish first division and also the Scottish cup this season. As a result of the three trophies won in the last two years, Celtic will now be looking to consolidate their position in European competitions.



The Celtic manager Neil Lennon has said that the 4-0 win over Hearts was one of the best performances of the season, while they should strive to maintain this over the rest of the season. Celtic have been struggling in the last few weeks in all competitions, which has even led to rumours that the manager Neil Lennon will resign from his position as the Celtic manager.



The Celtic manager Neil Lennon has said that he is extremely concerned about the international break because it more often than not results in the fitness regime of the players being broken, while many players also return injured from international duty.


The Celtic manager Neil Lennon has said that there is every possibility that he could strengthen the team in order to perform well in the European stages. Celtic are guaranteed European football this season, while they also have the possibility to go one step further by playing in the group stages of the Champions League.