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Hartson calls for ‘some clarity’ as Poll show support is divided on Lenny getting the job

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Hartson calls for ‘some clarity’ as Poll show support is divided on Lenny getting the job YESTERDAY we published a Poll on The Celtic Star asking if you would like to see Neil Lennon appointed as Celtic manager on a permanent basis.

‘The club know Neil, they know what he brings.

“It is so key that Neil can get o the phone to managers of other clubs like PSG or West Brom when it comes to discussing the future of the likes of Timothy Weah and Oliver Burke, or cracking on with bringing in a freshness of his own.” And as the results from The Celtic Star from yesterday’s Poll illustrate, Hartson acknowledges that the support seems to be divided over whether Lenny should get the job or not.



In his column in The Evening Times, Lennon’s former team-mate John Hartson reflects on his pal’s chances of securing the job and reckons he’s now winning round the support after that impressive performance on Sunday at Hampden.

“There has to be some clarity, for both Neil and the club, to move forward, and I think he has shown he is more than up to the job.”

As of 9.20am this morning the voting had gone as follows: That’s a big improvement for Neil Lennon on the polling that was being done in the previous week when he was getting under 10% of the votes cast by supporters on these kind of polls.

“I don’t think Celtic can leave the decision until after the Scottish Cup final.
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