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Celtic: Neil Lennon offered supervisor's activity in the wake of fixing treble

Celtic supervisor Neil Lennon has been offered the activity for all time an hour subsequent to verifying a treble by pulsating Hearts in the Scottish Cup last.

The Northern Irishman, who took over from Brendan Rodgers in February, won 2-1 at Hampden.

"It's been my benefit to deal with the club once," Lennon disclosed to Celtic TV. "To do it a second time, I sense that I've ended up at ground zero once more."

Also, Lawwell, who said the offer would have been made whether Celtic had won or lost the container last, clarified: "Neil in our snapshot of need confronted the plate. Throughout the following couple of days, we will work out the subtleties.

"We're totally charmed. Incredible day, phenomenal accomplishment today - likely never to be rehashed.

"Now as far as taking a gander at the squad, there's no one better that I've worked with who has a superior eye for a player. I believe it's smarter to do that [offer him the job] today around evening time to simply kill the theory."

Also, Lennon stated: "It was forever my goal. I left on great terms the last time and it's been a rollercoaster couple of months - troublesome, however I trust I convey much more accomplishment to the club going ahead.

"The work's as of now started truly. There will be changes, clearly, however I would prefer not to change an excessive amount of in light of the fact that it's been a great progress among myself and Brendan."

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