28 Facts About Neil Lennon

1. Neil Lennon is a supporter of his home-town team Lurgan Celtic.

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2. In January 2011, Neil Lennon reached an out of court settlement with the Bank of Ireland after a company of which he was a director defaulted on a 3.7 million euro loan.

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3. Neil Lennon has spoken about having suffered from depression since 2000.

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4. Neil Lennon led the "Hibees" to the Scottish Championship title and promotion back to the Scottish Premiership in his first season.

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5. Neil Lennon was appointed head coach of Scottish Championship club Hibernian in June 2016.

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6. Neil Lennon maintained confidence in his ability to improve Bolton's fortunes, stating "I didn't realise quite how tough it was going to be but I have got faith in my own ability and I believe we'll turn things around.

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7. Neil Lennon was announced as the new manager of Bolton Wanderers on 12 October 2014, signing a four-year contract.

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8. Neil Lennon sold Aiden McGeady for a then Scottish record £9.5 million along with captain Stephen McManus and goalkeeper Artur Boruc.

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9. Neil Lennon was appointed manager of Celtic on a full-time basis on 9 June 2010.

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10. Neil Lennon appointed former teammate Johan Mjallby as his assistant.

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11. Neil Lennon was linked with the vacant manager's job at Hibernian after the resignation of John Collins, but the job was given to Mixu Paatelainen.

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12. Neil Lennon was capped 40 times by Northern Ireland, scoring two goals.

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13. Neil Lennon made his international debut for Northern Ireland on 11 June 1994 when he come on as a substitute in a friendly against Mexico in Miami.

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14. Neil Lennon joined Wycombe Wanderers of League Two on a free transfer on 31 January 2008, managed by his former Celtic midfield partner Paul Lambert.

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15. Neil Lennon missed a week's training with Forest in November 2007, because of family reasons in Scotland, and lost his place in the team as a consequence.

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16. Neil Lennon joined League One club Nottingham Forest on a one-year contract with an option for a second year on 12 June 2007.

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17. On 25 April 2007, Neil Lennon announced he would be leaving Celtic, and in his last game for the club on 26 May 2007, he captained the team to victory in the Scottish Cup Final against Dunfermline Athletic.

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18. Neil Lennon went on record saying he was flattered but wanted to captain Celtic to the Scottish Premier League title.

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19. In February 1996, Neil Lennon signed for Leicester City for a fee of £750,000.

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20. Neil Lennon made his debut for Crewe on 18 September 1990 against Reading.

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21. Neil Lennon made one first team appearance during his time in Manchester, a league match on 30 April 1988 away against Birmingham City, before signing for Crewe Alexandra on a free transfer in August 1990.

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22. Neil Lennon joined Glenavon, after reaching the final of the Milk Cup with Glenavon Select and scored on his Irish League debut.

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23. Neil Lennon led them to a promotion in his first season as head coach.

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24. Neil Lennon was appointed manager of Celtic in March 2010, initially in a caretaker capacity after the departure of Tony Mowbray.

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25. Neil Lennon made 40 appearances for Northern Ireland in nine years, scoring two goals.

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26. Neil Lennon moved to Scottish club Celtic in 2000, where he made over 200 appearances and was appointed captain in 2005.

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27. Neil Lennon has told us all some comfortable home truths.

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28. Neil Lennon left 'furious' after being hit by a coin.

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