Police report Celtic boss for Dundee Utd celebrations

Celtic boss Neil Lennon is set to be hauled in front of the SFA - after Tayside police complained about his behaviour during last Sunday's win over Dundee United, reports the Scottish Sun.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon is set to be hauled in front of the SFA - after Tayside police complained about his behaviour during last Sunday's win over Dundee United, reports the Scottish Sun.

Lennon clashed with ref Dougie McDonald and the fourth official after the whistler's decision to reverse a penalty award.

But the Hoops boss also sprinted down the Tannadice track when Gary Hooper netted the last-gasp winner to celebrate.

This has been viewed as a potentially inflammatory gesture which could have incited crowd trouble at a fixture which has grown increasingly stormy in recent seasons.

In response to Lennon's celebrations, Celtic fans rushed forward towards the track, causing security concerns.

The match commander has drafted a letter to send to both the SFA and the SPL outlining their displeasure at Lennon's behaviour and will now leave it up to SFA to act.

 
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