Celtic fans on Rodgers leaving, Lennon returning - 'Disbelief', 'Judas'

Brendan Rodgers wants the Manchester United job says Duncan Castles

Brendan Rodgers wants the Manchester United job says Duncan Castles

Neil Lennon is to take charge of Celtic on an interim basis until the end of the season after Brendan Rodgers completed his move to Leicester City.

The following campaign saw Rodgers" Celtic set a new British record of 69 domestic games without defeat, while also completing an impressive "double treble' by winning the Scottish Premiership, Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup once again.

The former Watford, Reading and Swansea City boss has since agreed to succeed Claude Puel after the Frenchman was sacked by Leicester on Sunday. "Our squad is very young, so with the manager we have now that's only going to develop and progress". He said "I've only left to come here for one reason and that's to work with this group of players".

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Neil Lennon began his second stint as Celtic boss with a dramatic last-gasp 2-1 Ladbrokes Premiership win over Hearts at Tynecastle.

I'm just delighted to be here.

Lennon was reinstated on Tuesday but his assistant, John Kennedy, had prepared the players and the team had skipper Scott Brown back from suspension, in for injured Ryan Christie, and Oliver Burke in for Edouard while Brandon and Marcus Godinho returned for the home side. "For us, we just see how that pans out really".

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Former Celtic striker Moussa Dembele has slammed Brendan Rodgers' decision to join Leicester in a series of posts on Twitter.

Sutton's immediate reaction is fairly similar to the sentiment throughout the Hoops support, with many feeling entirely let down by a man who spoke in glowing terms of the club and his love for it.

"We know he's coached a lot of young players and we hope he can bring them on - we're all excited". He has dominated Scottish football and ensured that Celtic has enjoyed unprecedented domestic success. "We're continuing to grow as a Club and I am anticipating that Brendan's coaching methods, knowledge and experience can enhance our journey".

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"If it happens, wherever he goes, I obviously wish him luck because he's a good guy".

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