West Ham United manager David Moyes has ruled out any chance of replacing Neil Lennon at Celtic.
Moyes says no
The Northern Irish tactician walked away from his position in the Parkhead hot seat days after his side’s 1-0 defeat to Ross County on Sunday, leaving his side 18 points behind arch-rivals Rangers.
Assistant manager John Kennedy will take over until the end of the season while the club hunts for a permanent replacement.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder previously affirmed that Moyes is doing a “spectacular job” at the London Stadium this season, with his side currently sitting in fourth place in the Premier League table cited by Sportsmole).
After being one of the names linked with the top Celtic job, Moyes simply stated “I’ve got no intentions of going anywhere.”
Transfer Tavern Verdict
Celtic will be keeping their options open at this time and we imagine they will have shortlisted a wide range of potential candidates.
Sky Sports presenter Jim White previously revealed that Scotland boss Steve Clarke, Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez and Rafael Benitez are three of the names included.
This suggests to us that Celtic are aiming high to win the league title back at the first attempt, with their hopes of securing an unprecedented 10-in-a-row rapidly diminishing.
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