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SportLennon surprised by Simunovic's technical ability

16:30  15 april  2019
16:30  15 april  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Simunovic an injury doubt for Hibernian clash

Simunovic an injury doubt for Hibernian clash Celtic defender Jozo Simunovic is a major doubt for tomorrow’s trip to Hibernian after picking up a knock last Sunday. The 24-year-old put in a phenomenal performance in the 3-0 win at Aberdeen to reach the Scottish Cup Final but was hurt late on in the clash at Hampden. It’s bad news for Neil Lennon and comes during a period where both Dedryck Boyata and Jack Hendry are sidelined with torn hamstrings. Emergency defender Nir Bitton is also out which leaves Lennon short on options at the back with the finish line in this season’s title race edging closer.

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Lennon surprised by Simunovic's technical ability © Mark Runnacles/Getty Images Sport Aberdeen v Celtic - Scottish Cup Semi Final

Neil Lennon has revealed that Jozo Simunovic has surprised him since his return to the club.

Speaking after the win against Aberdeen over the weekend, as reported by the club’s official website, Lennon explained that he was surprised by the defender’s technical ability.

“He’s had a horrific time with injuries and we’ve been trying to manage him through it. I thought he set the tone for the rest of the team.”

“He handled Sam Cosgrove well in the physical battle and showed technical ability that I’ve never seen before from him.”

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The Otis- Lennon School Ability Test Eighth Edition contains material from the Sixth and Seventh Editions as well as new material and takes on a The test is made up of seven levels which are A through G. The Otis- Lennon School Ability Test is used for students in kindergarten through grade 12.

Simunovic has been in and out of the Celtic team this season as a result of a series of niggling injuries, but he has impressed under Lennon since his return to the dugout.

Lennon surprised by Simunovic's technical ability © Richard Heathcote/Getty Images Sport Richard Heathcote/Getty Images Sport

The Croatian’s turn of form has been a timely boost for Celtic, with Dedryck Boyata likely to have played his last game for the club after being ruled out with an injury.

Sunday’s result saw the Hoops ease their way into the final, with Aberdeen finishing the game with nine men, making for a comfortable afternoon for Lennon’s side.

The result means that Celtic will face Hearts in the final as they look to secure another treble this season.

Lennon believes Scotland should have a Scottish manager.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes a Scottish manager should be in charge of the Scotland national team. The Hoops’ intern manager had been linked with the vacant job, following Alex McLeish’s sacking, However, he has shot down speculation, claiming he isn’t interested in the role. Lennon was however keen to give the Scottish FA some recommendations for the role. As reported by the Evening Times, Lennon said: “International football has never really appealed to me.” “My own opinion is that the Scotland manager should be Scottish. I know that may seem an antiquated viewpoint on it.

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