Celtic fans. I know the league is far from over, but do you think Neil Lennon should walk?
Personally I hope he stays due to him getting found out. He's not really good when he's got competition. Everyone involved with Celtic is panicking. I'm not getting my hopes built up too much, but it's looking great for Rangers the now.
- StryderLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
I'm a gers fan. Lennon has never been a good manager. Teams in the past have just thought, it's Celtic, we just need to try and defend. But teams this season have finally realised - push Lennon's team and they fall apart. I've always thought this. Hence why they always suck in Europe games, even against the small teams in qualification rounds. Just scrape by with 1-0 wins.
Changing manager tho could be worse for them tho but if rangers don't win anything year, preferably the league, then they should be embarrassed and Gerrard would prob quit.
- ?Lv 41 month ago
Walk where? Are you speaking American?
- Anonymous1 month ago
No but i think Gerrard should leave after blowing yet another golden chance of winning a trophy, you dumb twatt.
- TattyLv 62 months ago
The main problem, with every football manager, seems to be that they always think they can turn things around, hence they seldom walk and if they ever did or weren't so fcuking delusional about their own ability (or lack of it), they'd loose their compensation payment. So, no I don't think he'll walk.
I never wanted him back in the first place, knew it was the cheap and easy option, should have punted him after he'd finished of the season, Rodgers started. Said at the time that it was a step backwards, knew it was a fcuking mistake. He's turned every team he's managed to shite.
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- RyanLv 72 months ago
I can't understand how that man hasn't been sacked. Look he's forever a Celtic legend he's been a successful manager in both his spells and he was a successful player with the club as well. I expect him to leave soon and he'll probably return some time in the future when they need someone to sort them out again. The managers been linked though there are some pretty good ones available and Celtic should be looking to get these guys in before it gets any later. They aren't in a bad position in the league considering they've played 2 games less than Rangers there is time to catch up and Rangers will drop points eventually.
I think if Eddie Howe looks at Rodgers and how he used Celtic to land the Leicester job he could be thinking he could do something similar in 2 or 3 years time. Remember after Rodgers left Liverpool he wasn't rated as highly as he was the year before when they finished 2nd, Howe's reputation has dropped a bit when before he was linked with a move to Arsenal so it's a good opportunity for a guy like him to experience managing at a big club, challenge for trophies and European football.
The reason I think Lennon is still in a job is because the club feel he should be the man to take charge of the delayed cup final in under a month's time I can't think of any other reason to explain it.
Anyway I don't normally agree with Chris Sutton because I think he's a moron but he's right that fans should show Lennon some respect. A section of the fans never wanted him back and for football reasons I understand that, but the man has given something like 14 years of service to the club and has given fans some great memories.
- SFC MARTINLv 52 months ago
He should now after Celtic losing to Ross County in the cup
- dunnyLv 52 months ago
Its not over till the fat lady sings Maggie, dont count your chickens before theyre hatched .
- AdamLv 72 months ago
I've had a look at the odds and the choices aren't fabulous. Eddie Howe is odds on favourite but he wasted a lot of money at bournemouth something you can't afford to do at Celtic. Marco Silva (second favourite) similar story, not convincing. To me it's going from a darker shade of brown to a slightly lighter shade.
Some of the other odds, Kenny Dalglish at 100/1, McCoist at 80, Chris Sutton at 50, Poch at 25/1 (same odds as Pardew and scott Brown), Fat sam at 16, Rafa at 10, Henrik Larsson at 10, Moyes at 9, Jack Ross at 17/2