Hammond, 51, could be replaced by Celtic Lennon at West Brom

Hammond, 51, could be replaced by Celtic Lennon at West Brom

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According to 90 Min, Stoke City boss Michael O’Neill will replace Celtic’s Neil Lennon with Northern Irish fan Nick Hammond.

One of the biggest allegations leveled against Lennon at the end of Lennon’s tenure at Parkhead was the perception that the talented Celtics were playing worse than the sum of their parts.

O’Neill, on the other hand, is a coach who has the ability to take advantage of every ounce of potential in players.

He led the Northern Ireland team to Euro 2016, turning a team of Lower League players and squeezed veterans into a tight group capable of achieving the most unexpected results.

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During his 18 months at the helm of Stoke City, the Potters went from the bottom of the championship to a few points in the playoffs.

So, looking for the successor to West Brom’s Alan Pardew (TEAMtalk) in 2018, you can see why Celtic’s head of football operations Hammond is such a big fan of the man he’s seen.

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O’Neill rejected the Glasgow giants five years ago and refused to leave Northern Ireland at the time.

It is safe to assume that Brendan Rogers will gradually take over the job, leading Celtic to three consecutive Premier Trophy titles at a time of great success, and that Hoops fans will not have much remorse for how things have changed.

But when things are going well in stock, can O’Neill be attracted north of the border by the second request?

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