CHRISTOPHER JULLIEN was doing some promotional work for the club today during the international break and he was asked about the current situation his assistant manager finds himself in.
John Kennedy has emerged as a managerial target for SPFL rivals, Hibernian and it looks like the Easter Road side will mount an offer for Neil Lennon’s right hand man.
However, Christopher Jullien is hoping Kennedy stays put as he enjoys working with him.
John has been at the club since he was a young lad and after he had to retire prematurely he was given a job as a coach. It’s John himself who has worked hard to be in the position he is right now.
Chris Jullien is hopeful John Kennedy will stay put at Celtic: “I’m sure he love that place & he’s just been so good for us. He’s a really good trainer…he’s in a good place…having him on my side every day is really enjoyable” @EdenMill pic.twitter.com/NjqAM9kMgF
— Alison Conroy (@AlisonGConroy) November 13, 2019
The French defender has been a top player for Celtic so far this season and has been a rock at the heart of the defence. Scoring the winning goal against Lazio at home also further boosting his Celtic profile.
The player seems immersed in the club having only been here for four or five months and it’s great to see. He regularly interacts with the supporters and appears to be a personality within the dressing room.