Celtic manager Neil Lennon has got the club off to a good start to the season, ensuring progress in the Europa League and leading the Scottish Premiership.
Lennon was a part of a Celtic squad that won the treble in the 2000/2001 season, claiming the league title as well as both domestic cups.
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That was the first time they had won that treble since the 1968/69 season, so it’s a squad that’s well remembered among the Celtic Park faithful.
As well as Lennon, key members of that squad included Ipswich manager Paul Lambert, legendary Swedish striker Henrik Larsson and Chris Sutton.
A Premier League winner with Blackburn, Sutton was famous for his partnership with Alan Shearer and formed yet another deadly duo alongside Larsson at Celtic Park.
Larsson, Lennon and Sutton took part in a question and answer session on that treble, and some fans loved seeing three of their most legendary players reunited.
Here’s how some of them reacted:
Must be a nice feeling to know you’re appreciated by the Celtic fans Chris. Money can’t buy that but you earned it big man.
— Celtic Da (@Celtic67Champs) November 24, 2019
Love this pic, what a team of superstars, absolute ballers the lot of you’s, an amazing time to be a supporter after the downs of the early to mid 90’s, thanks for everything, pic.twitter.com/jpOFNyImEn
— Peter Walsh (@peterwalsh27) November 24, 2019
You were a wonderful player for celtic chris and we fans loved and cherish your time with us thank you
— owen mcnee (@owenmcnee) November 25, 2019
Never a bad time to be a Celtic fan, but your era was special. Thanks Chris.
— brendan J oneill (@oneillb71) November 25, 2019
Three legends. Part of a dream team Chris. #greatmemories
— Tricia (@TRICIA_67) November 24, 2019
What a team
— ♡ℂ♡ (@cheekychopscat) November 24, 2019
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