Monday, 3rd May 2010

According to France Football, Celtic are going to replace caretaker manager Neil Lennon with Ronald Koeman in the summer. The Scottish giants sacked Tony Mowbray back in March, after a largely unsuccessful season that saw arch rivals Glasgow Rangers crowned champions of the Scottish Premier League.

The Dutch tactician, who has been guilty of disastrous spells with Valencia and Benfica to name a few, is still highly regarded in the realms of managers. With Celtic desperate to regain their domination in the Scottish league, an experienced foreign coach is what the management sees as necessary to tip the advantage back in their favour.

Koeman, who is currently not connected to any club, has expressed his interest in taking over such a massive club, saying, “It’s an option I take very seriously. I have plenty of experience abroad and I will give my answer in the course of the week.”


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