Uk news Michael Stewart says Celtic boss Neil Lennon was slow to react against County PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The Hoops suffered another catastrophe in a nightmare season as they were beaten in Dingwall.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Baffled Michael Stewart admits he can't understand why Neil Lennon was so slow to react to an unfolding disaster against Ross County. A nightmare season for Celtic took another twist as they were beaten 1-0 by the Staggies in Dingwall. The defeat allowed Rangers to stretch the gap at the top to 18 points, with a real chance that the title will be won at Celtic Park. And Stewart was left scratching his head as Lennon took until 67 minutes to make an unenforced change. He said on Sportscene: "Looking back over those last five wins, they've played that diamond midfield but they've played two up top apart from one game against St Johnstone where they played Christie off Edouard. Read More Related Articles Neil Lennon and the recurring Celtic nightmare as latest claim an impossible sell to wearied fans - big match verdict Read More Related Articles Neil Lennon tells Celtic flops don't end season with a whimper as boss remarks 'I can't do it for them' "That was the one game where they actually struggled to break the opponent down.
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. "The other games they've had two up top, they've really gone and threatened and they've scored early: in all those games they've scored within the first half an hour.
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"It changes the dynamic of the game, and I'm surprised it took until about 70 minutes for Neil Lennon to change the game, to put Leigh Griffiths on - to do something to change the dynamic. "Ross County were in their shape, they were comfortable, they knew what they were doing. They (Celtic) had to do something to disrupt that and it took them too long to recognise it."
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