Lennon attacks bias in media
Saturday 31 March 2012
Neil Lennon yesterday missed his weekly press conference at Celtic's training ground, ahead of tomorrow's home match against St Johnstone, and then accused the Scottish media of bias. The Celtic manager tweeted: "There seems to be no balance in the Scottish media when it comes to us."
Lennon faces up to three charges from the Scottish Football Association, having been asked to explain his comment after Sunday's defeat to Rangers that: "It will be nice just to be able to go out and think only about winning a game of football – and maybe have a decent refereeing performance into the bargain." Celtic's captain Scott Brown said: "You can't say anything about anybody or it goes to the SFA. If he says one word, it gets blown out of proportion."
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