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Lennon is the best option for Celtic - Weah

Wed 09 December 2020 | 17:46

Working with Lennon has had a positive impact on Weah.

Former Celtic player Timo Weah

believes that

Celtic

manager Neil Lennon and the captain Scott Brown are the best options to lead the club

.

The Lille striker spent about five months on loan at Parkhead and played just four games under Lennon. However, the son of the former Ballon d'Or winner has been so impressed by the performance of Lennon and Captain Brown that he still believes they are great options for leading the Hoops.

Weah who will face his former team in the Europa Leagu said: “The league race isn’t over until the last game. Celtic are an amazing team with amazing players and I feel they just need time.

“I feel they are going to do it and I hope they do because, having been a player there, I’d love to see them do 10 in a row.

“Each team has their ups and downs and this is just a down for Celtic at this moment.

“But I have full confidence in the coaching staff that they are going to sort things out. I know the guys, they are 100 per cent fighters. They are warriors over there, so I know they are going to get back on track.

"Scott has the ability to do whatever he wants and anything he puts his mind to.

“When I was at Celtic he was an exceptional captain, I enjoyed playing with him and he was the guy who pushed us. He pushed the team on when moments weren’t good, when we had a loss or difficult game then Scott would be the one who would pick us up.

“Even though he takes a lot of the criticism, he’s the one who gave us the best energy in the dressing room and on the field.

“Scott will do it for the team as he’s willing to do anything for the team.

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