Video: What went on behind the scenes ahead of the Treble Treble Final

On This Day in 2019, Celtic completed the Treble Treble with a 2-1 win over Hearts at Hampden. Interim boss Neil Lennon led his side out at the National Stadium as The Celts went on to make history coming from behind on an emotional day in Glasgow’s South Side.

Lilze on Twitter is an excellent source of Celtic games and goals on this day and some unseen footage of before the Scottish Cup final has emerged on the anniversary of the match.

Scott Brown, Neil Lennon and John Kennedy discuss the preparations of the Scottish Champions as they sought to make it three trebles in a row against Craig Levein’s Hearts.

The clip details how the Celtic management and players prepared for the final with tactical meetings, video analysis and the chance to honour two of Celtic’s finest sons – Billy McNeill and Stevie Chalmers.

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Born just as Celtic were stopping the Ten, Lubo98 follows Celtic home and away and helps run his local Celtic Supporters Club. He goes to all the games and is a Law Graduate. Has a particular fondness for Tom Rogic among the current Celts and both Lubo and Henrik form his earliest Celtic memories.


  1. Too many forget what Lennon brought to our club!
    He was, he is, and he will always be a Celtic Legend!
    Hail Hail Neil Lennon!

  2. I’m glad Lennon has found himself a new job, and he’s had his first bit of success there, but I’m also glad he’s nowhere near Celtic.

    It was a cheap move by the board to appoint him and most people knew he wasn’t the right fit for Celtic when hearing he’d been offered the managers job on a permanent basis after temporarily taking over from Rodgers!

    It seems the pent up rage from his disastrous last tenure as Celtic manager was finally unleashed on a referee recently, going by headlines I’ve seen.

    I’d imagine his experience as Celtic manager, and from working under a top manager like Martin O’Neill, will serve him well elsewhere, and I’m sure we’re all grateful for the good times he played his part in for the club, but some things and people are best left as memories!