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  1. Won't be Duffy. It's on our those who isolated. That was embarrassing for Neil and his club. Reckon he will be gone before Saturday. A club with Celtic's 'values' shouldn't stand for that kind of unprofessional outburst. Lennon has been found out as mediocre manager for the 4th time now. Could be his last gig
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  3. Which gives him more satisfaction- scoring the goal that knocked Celtic’s UEFA cup finalists out of the Scottish Cup, or having a podcast named after him?
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  4. It will be a good riddance for Scottish football when he goes for good.
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  5. Does he regret leaving straight after the Scottish cup game we had against Celtic in which he scored the winning goal and not taking part in the celebrations after the match?
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  6. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55708298 You can read a report on Lennon's rant here. He's totally out of order. Not only does he seem to not understand the seriousness of the situation, but he also seems to be directly contradicting his Chairman. Football has been given a chance to continue and this has required all clubs to strictly adhere to the protocols. Many clubs have gone to great lengths to keep their staff and the wider public safe, but it is folk like Lennon who's failure to properly understand what's involved is going to lead to a further shut down of football i
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