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‘Disaster waiting to happen’ ‘Must be skint if hes starting the circuit’ ‘rather stick pins in my eyes’ Celtic fans in no mood to listen to Lennon

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fans can spend £30 next month to hear the views of Neil Lennon over a beer and burger.

The former boss will share a stage with Paul Lambert as he continues to blame everything but himself for disastrous attempt to win last season’s title.

Handed a squad that had won seven domestic trophies on the bounce by Brendan Rodgers, Lennon kept the show on the road for a year before it spectacularly imploded.

After losing at home to in a Champions League qualifier Lennon put the blame on players that wanted away. No one was sold in the remaining month of the transfer window with Shane Duffy and Diego Laxalt brought in on loan to boost the defence.

By the autumn it was obvious that season was falling apart but the defiant manager insisted that he would turn things around as fans swamped social media with criticism.

Lennon then led the club to four successive home defeats in a row for the first time since the fifties then insisted on a January training trip to Dubai as Scotland returned to Tier 4 restrictions.

After losing to Ross County for the second time in three months Lennon resigned, since then he has resorted to media work including chummy radio appearances with and Kenny MacIntyre on Radio Scotland.

Lennon was a strong supporter of Peter Lawwell throughout his time in charge, paying fullsome tribute to the CEO that twice promoted him from caretaker when the £3m/year CEO announced that he was retiring.

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