So it's official. Two men from opposite ends of Ireland have been tasked with working together to deliver Irish soccer to new heights. In this article Kieran Shannon asks if the Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane combination is destined for success.
Neil Lennon looks likely to be locking horns yet again with the Scottish Football Association following Celtic’s William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Hearts at Hampden yesterday which saw him march on to the pitch to confront referee Euan Norris after the Hoops lost to a late penalty.
Neil Lennon and the Scottish Football Association (SFA) are on course for yet another collision after the Celtic manager described his half-time sending off at Ibrox as “a joke” and claimed he was “deprived of doing my job properly” during yesterday’s 3-2 defeat to Rangers.
Neil Lennon has apologised to the Celtic board after his clash with Ally McCoist at the end of Wednesday night’s controversial Scottish Cup fifth round replay win over Rangers at Parkhead as it emerged that a suspicious package addressed to the Celtic boss had been intercepted.