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Celtic boss Lennon hits back at Breen’s disparaging Duffy comments

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Neil Lennon dismissed Gary Breen’s scathing assessment of Shane Duffy’s move to Celtic as “unnecessary, unfounded” and without substance.

However, former West Ham, Sunderland and Republic of Ireland player Breen claimed Duffy might Q”pick up a few bad habits” due to the lower level of striker he would face in Scottish football.



“I don’t know how feasible that would be to start with, in terms of fixtures and the way the calendar is set out.



The 28-year-old Republic of Ireland defender signed for his boyhood heroes on loan from Brighton and scored a debut goal in the Hoops’ 5-0 win over Ross County in Dingwall on Saturday.

There is no centre-forward in Scotland who would play in a Premier League team.

“He might pick up a few bad habits (in Scotland), not because he is lazy but that he isn’t up against quality centre-forwards Hoops boss Lennon, speaking ahead of his side’s Premiership clash with St Mirren in Paisley on Wednesday night, gave Breen short shrift.

“I think this will be great for Shane’s career, great for his profile – it’ll make him a better player and that means a better player for Ireland as well.
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