HUGH KEEVINS has previewed the upcoming Glasgow Derby encounter which takes place this Sunday at Celtic Park.
Scottish football’s resident OAPundit has a fondness for hyperbolic sound bites when he takes to the radio waves at Clyde one but his columns for the same station appear more measured and less provocative. When he’s not fending off some of the more lunatic fringes of Scottish football via the phone in he can’t talk some sense and it’s hard to argue with his latest comments on Neil Lennon and Celtic.
The pundit believes Neil Lennon deserves the credit for taking over the role as interim boss when the club was left stunned by a prompt Brendan Rodger exit but while he has managed to get some important results, the manner of them will be taken into account and used for or against the Irishman at the end of the season. In that respect, Neil needs to bridge the gap between results and performances. Celtic has grabbed the results in dramatic circumstances but when you’re auditioning for the Celtic job, winning is everything, but winning with a bit of style is always part of the job description.
Here is Hugh’s take on Lennon’s story so far for Clyde One.