Former Celtic player Davie Provan makes his feelings clear at the suspects he believes are to blame for Celtic’s Europa League exit against Copenhagen.
It was clear to see that Lennon’s men were favourites to defeat the Danes and progress along with rivals Rangers in the Europa League.
The Hoops looked fantastic all the way through their Europa campaign and they even finished group leaders.
Lennon masterminded back to back wins against Italian giants Lazio but silly errors left them short with Copenhagen.
Many Celtic fans are passing the blame to Lennon as he is the manager and others are blaming those who made the errors.
However, Provan has placed all the blame on Celtic’s board members, more than likely their lack of support in January.
Writing for SunSport, Provan says: Peter Lawwell’s gang will happily see Jozo Simunovic take the rap for Celtic’s exit on Thursday, but there is a bigger picture.
Thanks to this smug, self-satisfied Hoops regime this was an accident waiting to happen. The buy-low, sell-high trick might be doing wonders for the Bank of Celtic, but it’s killing the team.
Neil Lennon will accept the buck stops with him. Would starting Leigh Griffiths have made a difference? Did he get his shape?
Either way, we’re splitting hairs, Celtic just didn’t perform in that second half. But if Lennon is the fall guy, he’s been sold out by his boardroom masters.