Neil Lennon has admitted that this week has been one of his hardest in management after losing out to both Rangers and AC Milan.
As reported by the Sun, the Northern Irishman made the admission after coming through what could be two big losses that have an impact on the season in a big way
“It’s been one of the hardest weeks I’ve had as a manager.
“The international break was really tough because we were getting one call-off after another.
“We didn’t get the players together until last Friday and had to try and prepare them for a huge game.
“Off the back of that, we had to play a really good side in AC Milan.”
This week really has been a tough one for everyone involved at the club, whether that be players, staff or fans.
In order to get our season back on track, we need to use the second-half performance as a building block to kick-start it again and improve our performances.
Lennon really needs to show how he’s learned from these situations in the past, which could help us get back on track.
We have been behind like this before and even in worse situations, so it isn’t the end of the world, but we need to show why we are the best team in Scotland again and that we have the best squad of players to win the league for a tenth consecutive time.