Celtic boss Neil Lennon has been given a touchline ban for three matches

الخميس، 18 أبريل 2013
Neil Lennon will have to watch celtic from the stand for the next three games

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will serve a three-match touchline ban after he was found guilty of misconduct by the SFA.
The Hoops boss was brought to task after television microphones picked up comments aimed at St Mirren defender Jim Goodwin during a game in March.
Despite Goodwin defending Lennon over the verbal exchange - the Celtic boss will now watch Sunday's match against Inverness Caley from the stand.
Lennon's men only require a point from the match to become Scottish Champions for the second successive season.
The SFA decided the Irishman had used 'offensive language' but have not added additional punishment to the suspended ban from last season.
Lennon has five days to launch an appeal to the SFA.

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