Ramon Vega believes that Neil Lennon is looking like a lost soul in the Celtic dressing room.
The Swiss defender joined Celtic soon after Lennon in December 2000, spending an incredible six months collecting all of the domestic honours then opting to join Watford.
There is some debate about what actually happened when his loan spell came to an end but his views on Celtic’s current situation are to be respected.
Without following every move from his base in Budapest it is still possible to pick up on mood swings and behaviour- especially when things aren’t going well.
I’m sorry to say this needs be sort it out. When the manager starts to criticise in public the players it looks like a lost soul in the dressing room and players not taking the responsibility and the Manager does not get the respect he should get.@Celticnewsnow https://t.co/dFyaO6Qh0q
— Ramon Vega (@Ramon_Vega71) November 22, 2020
Lennon didn’t accept any responsibility for yesterday’s performance, his comments questioned the hunger of the players and suggested laziness. Those comments are certainly valid but after almost two years at the club those issues ultimately rest with the manager.
Already this season Lennon has claimed that players want to leave and that a culture change is required. As every former manager knows there is usually one casualty in these situations and it’s rarely the CEO or the players.