By Pa Reporter
Published: 13:36 GMT, 2 December 2020 | Updated: 13:36 GMT, 2 December 2020
Neil Lennon admits he would have understood if Sunday's defeat by Ross County had ended his career as Celtic boss.
The Northern Irishman came under increasing pressure following the 2-0 Betfred Cup loss which saw hundreds of fans turn up at Parkhead to demand the removal of their manager, amid scenes of chaos as police tried to keep order.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The Hoops have won just two of their last 10 matches in all competitions and sit 11 points behind Premiership leaders Rangers, although they have two games in hand as they bid for their 10th successive title.
Neil Lennon would've understood if he was sacked as Celtic boss after the Ross County defeat
Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell gave his backing on Tuesday night to Lennon who is now preparing for a Europa League dead rubber against AC Milan.
Asked if he thought it was over for him on Sunday, Lennon said: 'Not in my heart of hearts but I could understand if that would have