Sport Neil Lennon declares Celtic 'hangover' banished as boss admits relief over Euro 10 In A Row

01:15  02 october  2020
01:15  02 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Neil Lennon declared Celtic's Ferencvaros "hangover" officially banished as his side saw off Sarajevo to reach the Europa League group stage.

The Parkhead boss admits there's been lingering negativity from the shock Champions League qualifying exit to the Hungarians.

But successive victories over Riga and now the Bosnian champions have propped up a seven game winning run.

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Neil Lennon risked being "finished" as a manager if he had failed to lead Celtic to a ninth successive title, says former boss Gordon Strachan. The Northern Irishman was at the helm for the first three titles of Celtic 's nine- in - a - row run, then had spells at Bolton and Hibernian before returning following

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Odsonne Edouard 's second half goal in Zinica was enough to book a place in Friday's draw.

And Lennon insists his side are now well and truly back in the groove.

"I was OK before the game but I knew the magnitude," he told BBC Sportsound.

"We were going through the hangover of going out to Ferencvaros, who have qualified (for the Champions League).

"You need a bit of intelligence, because we dominated them and let it get away.

"There's been a hangover since then, a lot of negativity around the club.

"But we've won seven on the bounce now.

"We're really and consistent and playing well now, players are getting into form."

Qualification ensures Celtic have now secured European group stage football for the past 10 successive seasons - a run that began with Lennon in 2011/12.

His side drew the likes of Atletico Madrid in that season's Europa League and the manager is relishing the prospect of further glamour ties.

He said: "I was very aware of that before the game, I'm glad you didn't ask before it!

"I didn't want to be the one to end the run so, from a personal point of view, it pleases me we've got that to look forward to.

"You just never know what the draw will bring, we're hoping there'll be another few cracking games like we had this time last year.

"It's tantamount to the work the players have done, they deserve it.

"It'll make the trip home a lot easier."

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