Celtic have been told that they will not be able to play their next two games as a result of Boli Bolingoli’s day trip to Spain at the start of the week as the idiotic defender broke travel regulations and also quarantine rules.

Bolingoli has also been issued with a penalty by Police Scotland over the breaking of rules set buy the Government to protect anyone from spreading the Covid-19 virus.

The defender will also face much tougher punishments from Lennon and the Celtic board and going by the Gaffer’s body language during his latest interview, it could have been the last time we see Bolingoli in a Celtic shirt again.

With the SPFL and the Scottish Government announcing that Celtic’s next two games will not go ahead, it could prove a fixture headache once more for the squad as it will give Rangers the chance to soar ahead in the league with the Hoops having to play catch-up.

It can take 11 days before symptoms show up, Bolingoli has twice tested negative since returning from Spain but it won’t be until August 15 that Celtic can be certain that the player is medically in the clear.

Lennon has confirmed that there is an internal investigation going on and the player in question will need to answer for what he has done and what he could of done to Scottish Football as a whole.