NEIL LENNON has quipped that if draws were wins then Celtic would be in a good position. The manager made the comments before the must win match versus Sparta Prague in Group H of the Europa League, just weeks after a 4-1 humbling at Celtic Park to the depleted Czech side.
🗣"It's not been as bad a start as people are making it out to be"
Neil Lennon believes Celtic have not started the season as bad as some have suggested pic.twitter.com/nNE0qO9DhW
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) November 25, 2020
Lennon has come under fire for tough away draws to Killie, Hibs and Aberdeen as well as a hopeless defeat to Rangers – without mentioning the abject European performances so far this season.
However, the club have opted to back him and we need to do so as well else we face watching the ten in a row dream collapsing in front of us.