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Celtic: Fans name their favourite moments in the one year since Neil Lennon replaced Brendan Rodgers

Celtic: Fans name their favourite moments in the one year since Neil Lennon replaced Brendan Rodgers

On the first anniversary of Neil Lennon returning as Celtic manager to replace Brendan Rodgers, the club’s official Twitter channel @CelticFC invited followers to name their favourite moments during the 48-year-old’s 12 months in charge, with plenty of Hoops fans happily sharing their standout memories.

Chief among those mentioned were the Scottish Cup final win over Hearts last season which secured a third consecutive domestic treble for Celtic, with Olivier Ntcham’s stoppage time goal away to Lazio which secured a first competitive win in Italy and ensured Europa League knockout rounds qualification (as per Sky Sports) also regularly cited. A couple of wins over Glasgow rivals Rangers also cropped up multiple times, namely the 2-0 triumph at Ibrox last September and the Betfred Cup final victory over Steven Gerrard’s side in December.

Tonight’s Europa League second leg against FC Copenhagen is Lennon’s 50th game in charge since being made permanent manager at the end of last season, having had 14 games in the final few weeks of 2018/19. He has won 51 of those (10 last term, 41 this season), with Rangers, Livingston and CFR Cluj the only teams to inflict defeat upon him in that time.

These Celtic fans on Twitter shared their favourite memories of the first year of Lennon’s second spell in charge at Parkhead:

What was your favourite Celtic memory in the one year since Lennon took over from Rodgers? Let us know in the comments section below!

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