Sport Kenny Dalglish in candid Celtic verdict as he worries their two 'shining lights' can't do it all

17:41  24 january  2021
17:41  24 january  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Celtic legend Kenny Dalglish insists the Parkhead players must know they have to match Neil Lennon's "fighting spirit".

The Parkhead icon has consistently defended Lennon so far this season pointing the finger at the dressing room previously claiming "they are capable of more."

Dalglish insists the now infamous press conference should have lit a fire under the stars, and stated Lennon was "damned if he does, and damned if he doesn’t" speak about the Dubai fallout.

With the January review of the gaffer's position set to be conducted in the coming days, Dalglish reckons the dressing room must share the blame while the Celtic hierarchy plot their next move.

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Writing in his Sunday Post column, he said: "Some people were calling for change in the manager’s seat four or five months ago, but the club stood by Neil to give him as much opportunity as possible.

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"Neil could call time on himself, but I don’t expect that to happen.

"Even now, he will believe he can get it all going again.

"Seeing his fighting spirit, and how much he is willing to battle for a more successful future, the players should know they need to up their game. They need to do more.

" David Turnbull and Ismaila Soro have been the shining lights in the past few weeks. There needs to be a greater contribution from others.

"The board needs to work as hard as they possibly can and make the right decisions for the benefit of the football club in the long term. There will be no short-term fix."

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The role played by Alan Stubbs in Jonjoe Kenny’s development has been described as “huge” by the new Celtic loanee. © Jonjoe Kenny, pictured during Celtic's Friday training, wants to give the club a leg up across his l... In an exclusive interview with the Scotsman this week, the ex-Hibs manager said his old club’s capture of the 23-year-old on a six-month loan deal was a real “coup” and insisted ”absolute diamond” Kenny was the most enjoyable player he coached when the full-back played under him in the Goodison Park reserves between 2013 and 2014.

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