Sport Neil Lennon Celtic press conference in full as he provides unwavering transfer promise
Sean Ono Lennon on remixing father's music: It was therapy
NEW YORK (AP) — Sean Ono Lennon’s first experience re-working his father’s catalog was terrifying and intimidating, but he had two main goals in mind to keep him on track: Preserve his father’s message in the songs and help the late icon’s music reach a younger audience. On Friday, which would have been John Lennon’s 80th birthday, “GIMME SOME TRUTH. THE ULTIMATE MIXES” will be released and includes 36 tracks hand-picked by Yoko Ono and Sean Ono Lennon, who serve as executive producer and producer on the project. (Photo by Matt Licari/Invision/AP) On Friday, which would have been John Lennon’s 80th birthday, “GIMME SOME TRUTH.
Emphaticinsists his side's Europa League bid will not be a factor ahead of the close of the transfer window.
Whelan tips Celtic to revisit Snodgrass interest in January
Former Leeds United forward Noel Whelan has tipped Celtic to reignite their interest in West Ham winger Robert Snodgrass in the New Year. The Hoops, according to Sky Sports, launched a late loan move for the 33-year-old, however, the only deadline day arrival at Celtic Park was AC Milan left-back Diego Laxalt. Snodgrass, who left Livingston for Leeds in 2008 and starred at Elland Road during his four-year stay, hasn’t featured for the Hammers in the Premier League this season. The versatile winger is also out of contract at the London Stadium at the end of the season, although there is an option for that to be extended for a further 12 months.
Thechampions face a do-or-die playoff clash away to Sarajevo as they look to book their place in the group stage for a third consecutive season.
Rangers bossconceded his budget may depend on his side getting past Galatasaray at Ibrox on Thursday.
Odsonne Edouard, Kris Ajer and Olivier Ntcham are being watched by clubs across Europe and late bids could materialise if the Hoops come up short.
But Lennon offered a defiant response when asked ifwere like their city rivals in that their transfer budget rests on qualification.
He said: "No, absolutely not.
"We want the week to end as soon as possible, we want to keep all our players, if we can add one the great but if we can't then I'm still very happy with the bunch of players we've got.
"Things will settle down, there will be a lot more focus on our season after that.
And Lennon doubled down by providing an emphatic update on potential exits before Monday's transfer deadline.
Paul McCartney: Knowing I reunited with John Lennon gives me strength
Sir Paul McCartney has admitted how grateful his is that he had the chance to reconnect with Beatles bandmate John Lennon before his death. The relationship became strained between the pair after Lennon quit the band, leading to its dissolution after the release of their final album Let It Be in 1970. Lennon was murdered by obsessed fan Mark Chapman outside his New York apartment on 8 December, 1980, aged 40. McCartney, 78, has now revealed in conversation with Lennon’s son Sean Ono Lennon, 44, for new BBC Radio 2 documentary John Lennon At 80: “I always say to people, one of the great things for me was that after all The Beatles rubbish and all the arguing and the business,
He added: "I don't think that's an issue in terms of players leaving.
"I think the club is quite strong on that, we don't want anyone to leave.
"We want to keep all our assets and regardless of the result tomorrow that will be the case."
And Lennon once again reiterated that his team are not putting everything into a sustained run in Europe despite their Ten In A Row domestic push.
He said: "Europe is important to Celtic every year no matter the stakes domestically. We'll approach the game with the intensity to go out and get a result."
"Our away record in Europe has been pretty good in the past couple of years. That's been building and progressing. Tomorrow night, I would like us to take our chances a bit earlier."
"The squad are used to the busy schedule. This is our sixth game in a block of seven. We've also freshened things up here and there. Keeping them mentally and physically tuned in."
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Four Championship clubs keen on loan move for Wilson .
Harry Wilson is the subject of interest from four different Championship clubs, according to the Telegraph‘s John Percy on Twitter. The Welshman is out of favour at Liverpool and there is still time for him to secure an exit before Friday’s EFL transfer deadline. Percy reports that Derby County, Nottingham Forest, Cardiff City and Norwich City are all keen on a loan move for Wilson. The 23-year-old has already enjoyed a productive spell at Derby back in 2018/19, scoring 18 times in all competitions.