Robert Snodgrass' cool finish earned manager Chris Hughton yet another stay of execution at Carrow Road as Norwich tip-toed past Tottenham 1-0 in the Barclays Premier League. Glaswegian midfielder Snodgrass ...
PAWLETT has moved up a gear this season and is in the running for the Young Player of the Year award but it was hearing a rave review from Lennon which gave his game a real shot in the arm. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record
THE Proclaimers, Ricky Ross and X Factor star Nicholas McDonald sign up as celebrities pledge to do without their favourite food for Lent so they can help those in the most deprived countries in the world. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record
IN a dominant display against the Highlanders at Celtic Park, home fans were given hope that Neil Lennon's side might just have found replacements for the departed duo. Watch the highlights here. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record
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Neil Francis Lennon (born 25 June 1971 in Lurgan, County Armagh) is a former professional footballer from Northern Ireland. He is the former captain of Celtic where he is now first-team coach having moved from Wycombe Wanderers on 3 April 2008.
After joining Manchester City as a trainee in 1989, Lennon played for Crewe and Leicester City, before moving to Celtic, in 2000 where he became a cult... Full
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