Rickie Lambert should be in England’s World Cup squad

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Has he taken Celtic as far as he can?

Date: 23rd April 2014 at 6:55pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Over the last two transfer windows, Celtic boss Neil Lennon has helplessly witnessed his side's key players swap Parkhead for the Premier League. In the summer, he lost Victor Wanyama and Gary Hooper to Southampton and Norwich City respectively, while during January, Crystal Palace took advantage of Joe Ledley's contract situation to lure the midfielder to South London for a rather insignificant fee, believed to be around £800,000. But this summer, it could be the Northern Irishman's turn to leave his Scottish Premiership days behind him in favour of its English equivalent. The Canaries, amongst others, have come calling at various points throughout the current campaign, and following three seasons of repetitive success with the Bhoys, one has to ask whether Lennon has achieved all he can with the Glasgow side. When the 42-year-old took the Celtic gig back in 2010, it was undoubtedly an exciting challenge, the kind of post that balanced out great ambition with room for error, being the first job of the former midfielder's post-playing career. The eternal Glasgow-based battle for silverware was in full swing, the Old Firm derbies televised globally every season, and of course, the divine reward was experience in the Champions League, a must for any managerial CV, creating some unforgettable European nights in the process. But Rangers' financial ... Read More


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