NEIL LENNON was asked at his Aberdeen pre-match press conference about his thoughts on Brendan Rodgers house being burgled during the week.
The Interim Celtic manager has experienced many things in Scotland since moving up here and can empathise with the former Celtic manager.
Neil called the act ‘horrendous and ‘horrific’ and confirmed the club had been in touch with Brendan and his family during this week to try and help in any way they could.
“It’s horrendous, no matter what walk of life you come from, to have your house burgled in the middle of the night is a horrific experience” Lennon told CelticTV.
“However, the club has been in touch with Brendan and Charlotte and we’re here to help them in any aspect that we can”
“However, it shouldn’t detract from his time here, as I know from personal experience they’ve loved their time here.”
Brendan Rodgers was down in Leicester at the time of the burglary but his wife and stepdaughter were both in the home and had to barricade themselves in the bathroom until the police come.
A shocking incident and the club were certainly correct to reach out to Brendan to see if they could be any assistance.
Brendan’s wife and stepdaughter have now joined Brendan down south.