Counter-attacking masterclass– Issue 32 (March 2013)
Neil Lennon is manager of Scottish Premier Division champions Celtic, and this season masterminded a tremendous 2-1 Champions League success over Barcelona.
The Northern Irelandborn 41-year-old joined the club as first-team coach in 2008, but was promoted to the post of manager two years later. In 2011 he clinched the Scottish Cup Final for the club, following that up with the SPL title a year later.
As a player, Lennon had already made over 200 senior appearances appearances before he got his break in the Premier League, when signing for Leicester City in 1996. He went on to become a pivotal part of the Foxes midfield under then manager Martin O’Neill, before moving on to Celtic, Nottingham Forest and Wycombe Wanderers.
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