Neil Lennon has hailed Celtic’s approach to dealing with the global health pandemic which has led to a football lockdown, the Evening Times reports.

Lennon has disclosed that the club have been taken precautions in recent weeks, such as limiting the number of visitors to the club, and that was the correct thing to do.

“All week, even the last couple of weeks, you can see the change around the place” Lennon said, as quoted by the Evening Times.


“They’ve cut the visitors down”

“They’ve cut the visitors down. People coming in and out has been curtailed. There has been a sensible, pragmatic approach to it” he continued.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon

Celtic manager Neil Lennon / (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)

Celtic’s approach is certainly the right way to go about the club’s business. The club have been very sensible in only allowing the most important personnel to come to Celtic Park.

You have to think that this policy will remain in place at the club until things get back to relatively normal, whenever that may be.

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Hoops dealing with situation as best the club can

In these unprecedented times in Scottish football, Celtic seem to be dealing with the situation as best as they can.

The outside of Celtic Park

The outside of Celtic Park (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

It will be intriguing to see what happens next week, as football aims to get to grips with the pandemic situation. Hopefully there will be updates about the rest of the season and the chances of their being any meaningful football played in the near future.

Until then, it seems that things are in limbo, although Celtic do seem to be doing all we can to deal with this unique situation.

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