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Pat Bonner and Michael Stewart deliver damning verdicts on Celtic manager Neil Lennon

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Pat Bonner and Michael Stewart deliver damning verdicts on Celtic manager Neil Lennon

He was not in attendance on Monday night but the pressure has grown on Neil Lennon after Celtic suffered another blow to their dangling title hopes, with a 1-1 draw against Hibernian – and both Pat Bonner and Michael Stewart think it is time to go.

Celtic went into Monday night’s match at Parkhead after being heavily criticised for travelling to Dubai – a decision which has forced 14 players to self-isolate after Christopher Jullien tested positive. Lennon and assistant John Kennedy, included.

 

It mean Gavin Strachan took the reigns on Monday and it looked as if a much-weakened Celtic might have just nabbed all three points when David Turnbull curled the ball into the top corner from a free-kick. But Kevin Nisbet equalised in injury time.

It sees Celtic miss the chance to close the gap between themselves and Rangers, which has now stretched to 21 points. 10 in a row looks over, as does Lennon’s future at the club – at least according to both Bonner and Stewart on BBC Live.

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