GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - MAY 11: Celtic Manager Neil Lennon poses with the Scottish Premier League trophy following the Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League match between Celtic and St Johnstone at Celtic Park Stadium on May 11, 2013 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Neil Lennon had spoken to Gordon in person a while back and I was really pleased to speak to Gordon today
It is a big day when you pick the championship trophy up. I put out a strong team in preparation for the cup final and I thought we were fantasticMore quotes »
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Boost for Bhoys as Forrest declared fit
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Final worries for Celtic ace
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Celtic ace James Forrest fit to face Hibs in Scottish Cup Final
CELTIC midfielder James Forrest has given boss Neil Lennon a boost ahead of Sunday's Scottish Cup final by declaring himself fit to face Hibernian. The Scotland winger missed the recently-crowned SPL champions' 4-0 romp over Dundee United at the weekend from The Daily Record Read more »
Mulgrew targets Hampden glory
Charlie Mulgrew: looking to double up Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew is determined to help secure the domestic double when they take on Hibernian in the Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park on Sunday. Neil Lennon's side claimed the SPL crown almost a mont from Sky Sports Read more »