NEIL LENNON has taken aim at the SFA over the way they conduct themselves when it comes to disciplinary hearings.
The Celtic manager seemed to be annoyed with some of these hearings happening days after an alleged offence and then there are ones like Scott Brown where it’s taking around a month to put him in front of the association.
Speaking at the press conference and with video coming from PLZSoccers Facebook Page, the Irishman didn’t mince his words when it came to what he thought about the setup.
Lennon said at the end that Scott Brown doesn’t have a case to answer and he expects his captain to walk away without any ban.
Former Ibrox player Charlie Adam took the huff on social media yesterday when it was revealed Celtic had pushed up the tribunal hearing to next Friday rather than the start of May. This means even if Brown gets a two-match ban, he will be free to play against The Rangers and Hearts in the final two games of the League campaign.
Brown is being put in front of the SFA for ‘not acting in the best interests of association football’.