Neil Lennon has criticised “rogue” defender Boli Bolingoli after his “baffling” decision to fly abroad caused Celtic’s next two matches to be postponed.
Former Celtic captain Alan Stubbs feels Neil Lennon will need a more physical centre-back option to meet some of the challenges posed in the Scottish Premiership.
Neil Lennon will quickly consign the two dropped Premiership points at Kilmarnock to history and focus on the immediate tasks ahead.
Neil Lennon hopes Celtic get the go-ahead to play Icelandic club KR Reykjavik at Parkhead in the first round of Champions League qualifying.
Rangers maintained their early pace as they joined Hibernian and Ross County at the top of the Scottish Premiership – but there was a slip up for Celtic at Rugby Park.
Neil Lennon refused to pin the blame on errant defender Christopher Jullien after Celtic dropped two Premiership points in a 1-1 draw at Kilmarnock.
Celtic remain in talks with Steven Fletcher and Albian Ajeti as Neil Lennon bids to bolster his attack.
Neil Lennon insists Celtic will try to “stave off” any admirers of Odsonne Edouard after the striker grabbed an impressive hat-trick in the Hoops’ season-opening 5-1 win over Hamilton.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon anticipates more hassle from Hamilton when they visit Parkhead on Sunday.
Neil Lennon will sit down with his Celtic players on Saturday and outline the magnitude of the season ahead.
Neil Lennon claimed his Celtic side were given the most difficult test possible in their 4-0 friendly defeat by Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes
Shaun Maloney has warned out-of-shape Leigh Griffiths he may have opened the door for Patryk Klimala to steal his Celtic spot after being berated by boss Neil Lennon.
Patryk Klimala hopes he has made boss Neil Lennon proud after finally notching his first goal in Celtic colours.
Neil Lennon says he expects big things from Patryk Klimala after watching the striker finally score his first goal in Celtic colours.
Neil Lennon hopes to welcome Celtic supporters back through the Parkhead turnstiles in time for October’s opening Old Firm clash.
Neil Lennon admits he his moving his hunt for a new Celtic goalkeeper on to fresh targets after talks with Fraser Forster turned quiet.
Celtic will kick off their bid for a historic 10th successive title at home to Hamilton on Sunday, August 2.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits they might have to play pre-season friendlies against some Scottish Premiership rivals amid the difficulty of finding fixtures.
Neil Lennon has been named William Hill Scottish Football Writers’ Association manager of the year.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon is desperate for their fans to be as involved as possible in their “once-in-a-lifetime” quest for a 10th consecutive title.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon is not sure he needs to make any new signings ahead of their quest for 10 consecutive titles.
Former Rangers manager Ally McCoist has offered sympathy to Celtic that they were “awarded” the Scottish title.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes they can look forward to their special 10-in-a-row quest with much of the pressure eased following their ninth consecutive title.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon insisted nothing could detract from their ninth consecutive title success after the Scottish Professional Football League board called time on the season.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon has set his sights on a record 10th title in a row after the club were confirmed as Premiership champions in a move which left relegated Hearts considering legal action.
Aberdeen produced one of their best performances of the season but still lost out 2-1 to league leaders Celtic at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty says Bruce Anderson has given him and Derek McInnes a selection headache.
Fall-out over Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove’s red card continues as chief Cormack and Celtic boss Lennon exchange barbs
The aftermath over Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove's red card in the 2-1 loss at Celtic Park has continued, with Dons chairman Dave Cormack and Hoops boss Neil Lennon both hitting out in the last 24 hours.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon was in the north-east yesterday to watch Dyce Boys Club under-15s take on Drumchapel United in the Scottish Cup.
Aberdeen failed to delay Celtic's title celebrations as they lost 3-0 at Pittodrie.