DION DUBLIN only had a short stint in Glasgow under Gordon Strachan back in the day but the former striker still speaks fondly of his time up north.
Brought in as a backup, the player didn’t do too much but he did bag a goal in the famous Jimmy Johnstone cup final.
Dublin is now a football pundit as well as a on air TV personality for Homes Under the Hammer and when asked about who should get the Celtic job on a permanent basis going forward, he was in no doubt.
When Neil Lennon was brought up Dublin piped up and confirmed he would definitely give the job to his former teammate “Yeah I would, I would, he is Celtic through and through and the fans love him” said Dublin on BBC Radio 5 Live at 11:50am Saturday.
“He is a hero and I don’t think they could go wrong, it’s a safe appointment but yeah I think it would continue to see them win lots of trophies.”
Lennon has steadied the ship for the Bhoys since coming back and he finds himself in a fantastic position he could have only dreamed about at the start of 2019.
If he brings home a treble treble, it would be hard to see past him for the full time gig.