Neil Lennon given two-match ban

Neil Lennon
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Celtic boss Neil Lennon is given a two-match touchline ban by the SFA.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has been given a two-match touchline ban by the Scottish Football Association.

The suspension relates to comments made by Lennon about referee Willie Collum following the Hoops' Scottish League Cup final defeat to Kilmarnock last month.

The Northern Irishman was also cited at the tribunal for alleged comments made towards official Calum Murray at half time during his side's defeat to Rangers at Ibrox at the end of March.

Despite being found guilty of the charge, no further punishment will be given to the former midfielder.

Lennon does not have the right to appeal the ban, which begins with immediate effect.

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