Neil Lennon has resigned as Celtic supervisor, the Scottish Premiership membership have introduced.
Lennon, who returned to the membership for a second stint in cost after Brendan Rodgers left to take over at Leicester in February 2019, has been beneath strain all season however had beforehand maintained he wouldn’t give up.
The reigning champions are 18 factors behind Rangers within the prime flight and a defeat to Ross County on Sunday left their Glasgow rivals simply seven factors away from title.
John Kennedy, the assistant supervisor, will take cost of the group whereas the membership hunts for a brand new supervisor.
The membership launched an announcement confirming the news this morning. “Neil has served the membership with distinction as each participant and supervisor, delivering quite a few successes, most lately finishing the Home Treble in December,” it mentioned.
“In his second interval as Celtic supervisor, he has achieved 5 trophy successes, so as to add to his three League titles and two Scottish Cup victories in his first interval as supervisor.”