NEIL LENNON is a man who very much wears his heart on his sleeve.
It was evident midweek when Hibs loss to Hearts effected him so much.
The Irishman went through every emotion yesterday as he watched his side throw a three goal lead away to The Rangers on the final game of the season.
With ten minutes left, Lennon’s team were two goals down and looked like there day was over.
However, Hibs showed some of the resilience that has been installed under Neil’s management and fought back to an impressive 5-5.
The former Celtic manager’s goal celebration at the end got him sent off but the Hibs boss was happy to take the red on this occasion.
After the match, the Irishman shone a light on the fact he was being targeted by sectarian singing and chanting all through the game and his celebration was his way of hitting back.
"Well they make it personal don't they?, you all hear it.
They are singing sectarian songs at me. It's just a little bit of 'have some of that'. It was worth it. Trust me."
Neil Lennon pic.twitter.com/IHsSABz4ca
— CelticQuote (@CelticQuote) May 13, 2018