Video: Interim boss John Kennedy leads Celtic training at Lennoxtown

John Kennedy took training for the first time as Interim Manager after Neil Lennon’s resignation was confirmed yesterday. The 37-year-old has been in many roles at the club but will oversee the end of this season after Lennon decided that it was time to leave.

Celtic face Aberdeen at the weekend as they look to finish this season with a degree of respectability as we currently sit 18 points behind Rangers in the league. This season marks the end of an incredible era of success with a Quadruple Treble. However, with Dominic McKay incoming as CEO, the club are set for a reset with a new era beginning at the club.

Neil Lennon, meanwhile, will bear responsibility for this season along with Lawwell and the rest of the club. However, the former club captain will always be a club legend, winning ten leagues, eight Scottish Cups and three League Cups acorss a twenty one year association with the club.

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