Neil Lennon attacks PFA award snub for his Celtic players
Thursday 25 April 2013
Neil Lennon has hit back at Celtic's rivals after describing the absence of his players on the PFA Scotland Player of the Year awards shortlist as a "smack in the face".
The Celtic manager argued it was "abysmal" and ridiculous" that none of his title-winning team had made the top four after their run to the last 16 of the Champions League. "Are people voting for the best player in Scotland or the most improved player in Scotland?" Lennon said.
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