Neil Lennon has agreed with a new contract terms with “Celtic”

21st June, 2011 | Posted by Football Info

Neil Lennon finally agreed on terms of a new contract with “Celtic” and now everything is ready for signing the agreement. Thus, the coach of the club with “Parkhed” finally dispelled the fears of fans that due to known problems off the field may leave his post.

According to The Scottish Sun, returning from vacation, which he spent in Portugal, Lennon, supported by their lawyers and agents had successfully negotiated with the executive director of the “Celtic” by Peter Lowell.

Latest details of the agreement were settled Sunday evening, and on its terms Lennon will sign a 12-month automatically pass through each year of the contract will be substantially increased the salary of the manager who had received less than its predecessor Martin O’Neill, Gordon Strachan and Tony Mowbray.

However, the Northern Ireland specialist himself has repeatedly stressed that it has received death threats address will not force him to leave the front line, and that he would leave the club only if the management decides so.

Now the next step for the board to “Celts” will be signing a new contract with an assistant manager Johan Myallbyu, Alan Thompson and Garri Parker also is on the agenda and a new deal with team captain Scott Brown – the latter has already said that, despite the interest in it by the “Newcastle” command does not intend to leave.

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