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Lennon Out

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posted on 19/8/19

No.

Far too early KTF or you're not a real fan.

posted on 19/8/19

He's a clown. 2nd rate manager who shouldn't be anywhere near the job. Changes his tune constantly and comes away with some amount of shiite. I get he doesn't want to criticise the players on Saturday but fck me that is not good enough? He said he was proud of the players who were excellent???? We drew 1-1 in 90mins at home to Dunfermline Neil after shipping 4 goals last midweek in what he described as us being unlucky to go out.

The quality at the club has severely dwindled on the park and in the dugout.

posted on 19/8/19

Premature..........ejaculation

Come come come back after the OF game.

posted on 19/8/19

some difference a week makes man

posted on 19/8/19

Stop this p!sh....

posted on 19/8/19

As soon as he was appointed after winning the final it was a feeling of bleakness.

posted on 19/8/19

I think some of you are forgetting about the 90s

posted on 19/8/19

No.

Team selection has no bearing on the result of a match.

posted on 19/8/19

I think some of you are forgetting about the titties.

posted on 19/8/19

1 defeat and the celtic hordes have turned on the Lennster.

After all he has done for you lot over the years, this his how you repay him. Sickening the man is supposedly a club legend and after a solitary defeat you lot want his head.

Whatever happened to loyalty.

comment by NNH (U10730)

posted on 19/8/19

The next 14 days aren't just season defining, they're legacy defining for the board.

It could go either way tbh.

posted on 19/8/19

fwiw, I think you have to stand by him and let him make his mark on the club.

But he must know he can't afford any more slip ups. It has felt from the start he's on borrowed time.

If you were to fall behind Rangers, and for it to be bigger than 3 points, it's hard to see how he'd be able to survive because too many of the fans have the knives out - quite understandably.

comment by NNH (U10730)

posted on 19/8/19

Ivan, see above.

Next two weeks are the biggest at the club in over 10 years in my opinion.

posted on 19/8/19

If Rangers win the OF game all hell will break loose

posted on 19/8/19

All this is a knee jerk to what's happening over the road.

Thus far this season Steamboats "appears" to have a better handle of things and he's undoubtedly been backed in the transfer market. He made mistakes last year as a rookie manager but seems to have learned from it

How all this translates for his new look team over a long season is guesswork. We all know if Lennon is left floundering in the league by Christmas he'll be given his jotters.

posted on 19/8/19

comment by HB Fash (U21935)
posted 2 minutes ago
1 defeat and the celtic hordes have turned on the Lennster.

After all he has done for you lot over the years, this his how you repay him. Sickening the man is supposedly a club legend and after a solitary defeat you lot want his head.

Whatever happened to loyalty.
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There's HB Pash obsessively trawling Celtic threads and failing with poor and unfunny WUM attempts.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 19/8/19

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posted on 19/8/19

comment by IvanGolacIsMagic (U5291)
posted 26 seconds ago
fwiw, I think you have to stand by him and let him make his mark on the club.

But he must know he can't afford any more slip ups. It has felt from the start he's on borrowed time.

If you were to fall behind Rangers, and for it to be bigger than 3 points, it's hard to see how he'd be able to survive because too many of the fans have the knives out - quite understandably.
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Quite understandably FFS

The man is a club legend, former captain, managed the club to title after title, guided them as deep into the CL as they have ever been and after a single defeat it's quite understandable the fans have the knives out.

A total lack of respect towards a club legend who deserves as long as he needs to get them going. He's earned it, he started this journey.

posted on 19/8/19

comment by Magnum (U16400)
posted 45 seconds ago
comment by HB Fash (U21935)
posted 2 minutes ago
1 defeat and the celtic hordes have turned on the Lennster.

After all he has done for you lot over the years, this his how you repay him. Sickening the man is supposedly a club legend and after a solitary defeat you lot want his head.

Whatever happened to loyalty.
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There's HB Pash obsessively trawling Celtic threads and failing with poor and unfunny WUM attempts.
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You lot are turning on him after 1 defeat, that is a factual statement.

comment by NNH (U10730)

posted on 19/8/19

comment by HB Fash (U21935)
posted 44 seconds ago
comment by IvanGolacIsMagic (U5291)
posted 26 seconds ago
fwiw, I think you have to stand by him and let him make his mark on the club.

But he must know he can't afford any more slip ups. It has felt from the start he's on borrowed time.

If you were to fall behind Rangers, and for it to be bigger than 3 points, it's hard to see how he'd be able to survive because too many of the fans have the knives out - quite understandably.
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Quite understandably FFS

The man is a club legend, former captain, managed the club to title after title, guided them as deep into the CL as they have ever been and after a single defeat it's quite understandable the fans have the knives out.

A total lack of respect towards a club legend who deserves as long as he needs to get them going. He's earned it, he started this journey.
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You said that whilst wearing a bowler hat and a poster of Neil Lennon with bullet holes didn't you?

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 19/8/19

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comment by Ghod#18 (U9390)

posted on 19/8/19

who would you bring in rnr?

posted on 19/8/19

comment by NNH (U10730)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by HB Fash (U21935)
posted 44 seconds ago
comment by IvanGolacIsMagic (U5291)
posted 26 seconds ago
fwiw, I think you have to stand by him and let him make his mark on the club.

But he must know he can't afford any more slip ups. It has felt from the start he's on borrowed time.

If you were to fall behind Rangers, and for it to be bigger than 3 points, it's hard to see how he'd be able to survive because too many of the fans have the knives out - quite understandably.
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Quite understandably FFS

The man is a club legend, former captain, managed the club to title after title, guided them as deep into the CL as they have ever been and after a single defeat it's quite understandable the fans have the knives out.

A total lack of respect towards a club legend who deserves as long as he needs to get them going. He's earned it, he started this journey.
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You said that whilst wearing a bowler hat and a poster of Neil Lennon with bullet holes didn't you?
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posted on 19/8/19

it depends what he does next to be honest.

Tuesday he bawsed it, he must know that, he can't be that arrogant.

saturday, should have mixed it up but probably wanted a strong win the get the fans back on board again, didnt work and then said the players were "leggy" - nothing stopped him playing the others it was dunfermline ffs

i don't expect to win at ibrox, but i expect to qualifiy for the europa league and to beat hearts at home.

as to the board

rb
lb
and either sell sinclair, or stop isolating him because you couldn't punt him

comment by Ghod#18 (U9390)

posted on 19/8/19

I think his appointment was quite rightly met with a lot of anger and worry

The fans have rallied behind the team at the start of this season and the manager but he was always a bad result away from the anger and worry coming back

the manner of the how this week has went was similar to that ill fated week of Deila when we knew he was out on his bum

he's taken zero responsibility for this farcical episode and he got no reaction whatsoever from the players at the weekend

it isn't looking great

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