FC announced on Wednesday the resignation of the Scottish team coach by Neil
Lennon because of the bad dynamics of the team’s results. Lennon, who was also a player on the team, resigns immediately. John Kennedy, his second, will take command on an interim basis.
Neil Lennon said: “We have had a difficult season due to many factors and of course it is very frustrating and disappointing that we have not been able to achieve the same successes as before.”
“I have worked as hard as ever to try to change things, but unfortunately we were unable to get the kind of project we needed off the ground. I have always given my best to the club, which will always be part of me. I will always be a Celtic supporter and I will always want the best for Celtic ”.
The team is second in the Scottish Premier League, 18 points behind the city’s historical leader and rival, Glasgow Rangers. Lennon’s last game was Sunday’s 1-0 loss to Ross County, which ended the team’s hopes of a 10th straight league title.