Celtic manager Neil Lennon could be hit with a ban by the Scottish Football Association after being picked up by Sky TV microphones for abusing St Mirren’s Jim Goodwin.
The Hoops boss lashed out at Goodwin when he clashed with youngster Dylan McGeouch during the weekend’s 1-1 draw and has been charged by the SFA.
Lennon said: “Well done Jim, you think you are a hardman, eh? Ya f******g f***y!’.”
He could face a four-match ban if found guilty of ‘failing to behave in a responsible manner as an occupant of the technical area by repeated use of offensive, insulting and abusive language’.
Lennon has until April 10 to respond to the SFA charge.