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Neil Lennon Has Been Hit With A Touchline Ban At Hibs In Laughably Quick Time

Gavin Cooney
By Gavin Cooney
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Neil Lennon is known as a rather combustible figure on the touchline, and while at Celtic, he frequently found himself at the eye of the swirling maelstrom of madness surrounding an Old Firm derby.

Following a miserable stint at cash-strapped Bolton, Lennon has returned to Scottish football as manager of Hibernian. Lennon took charge of his first game against Brondby in the Europa League in midweek, and he wasted no time in unleashing his great sound and fury on the officials, as he was sent to the stands for complaining over a disallowed Jason Cummings goal.


His sending off has resulted in a one-match suspension from UEFA, meaning he will be in the stands for the return leg in Denmark next Thursday.

A red-card and touchline ban incurred in your first game in charge? It's only up from here for Lennon.

[BBC Sport]

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