- Celtic manager upset by criticism after training camp
- ‘We’ve been held to a far higher standard than any other club’
The Celtic manager, Neil Lennon, has castigated an “absolute barrage of hypocrisy” he believes is attached to criticism of his club’s ill-fated training trip to Dubai. Lennon has refused to admit the camp was an error in contrast to the comments made by Celtic’s chief executive, Peter Lawwell, last week.
Celtic have been subjected to disapproving tone – largely from their own supporters – after heading to Dubai in the immediate aftermath of a 2 January defeat against Rangers. After the centre-back Christopher Jullien tested positive for Covid-19 a further 13 players and three coaches – including Lennon – were placed into isolation. Celtic duly stuttered to home draws against Hibernian and Livingston.Continue reading...