Rangers losing titles would be a moral victory – Celtic boss Lennon

Celtic manager Neil Lennon feels it would be a slight moral victory for his club if Rangers were stripped of recent titles.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon feels it would be a slight moral victory for his club if Rangers were stripped of recent titles.

The Ibrox club are under investigation for using dual contracts to pay players during an extended period of the 2000s and could lose all of their silverware if found guilty – something Lennon feels would show a sense of justice to Celtic.

“I’ll see what the commission finds and if Rangers are found to have broken the rules they should be stripped of their titles,” he said.

“It will not change what has gone on in the past, but I suppose there will be a sort of moral victory in that respect.

“It is not going to change my life now, by any stretch of the imagination, but it would be good to be changed for historical reference.”

 
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