A lot of talk has been swirling around Neil Lennon’s future as the manager of Celtic Football Club. The Hoops have endured a difficult season in which they currently see themselves trailing to arch rivals Rangers in the league.
Their Glaswegian neighbours are running away with it at the top of the table and have a hefty 13-point lead over Celtic. Although the reigning champions have two games in-hand, it doesn’t look like they have much chance of catching the Gers, who are yet to lose a match.
The Bhoys are also out of the Europa League, having won just one match in their group stage. This came on Thursday when they managed to come out on top of a 3-2 win over Lille to end their European run.
Many believe that if (or more likely when) Celtic finish second in the league this season, Lennon will be shown the door and the hunt will start for a replacement.
Speaking to FootballFanCast editor James Beavis, former Premier League midfielder Rob Lee discussed potential names to replace the current Celtic boss, including Roy Keane.
Lee tipped Eddie Howe to be a good potential fit for the Hoops, but snubbed the idea of Keane making the move to Parkhead.
“Roy Keane was a fantastic footballer but I think he’s good as a pundit, he’s a great pundit. Pundits these days are so limited to what they can say but I think Roy breaks that trend. I think he says exactly what he thinks.
“He probably wants to be a manager but I think he should stay as a pundit.”